I wont be hunting DG with you wearing a set of those.....For the price of the hunt surely you can afford 3 sets of Walker Game Ear shooting muffs to provide the PH and tracker's to protect their ears. Just think as it is part of the tip. I have shot rifles and been next to rifles at the shooting range that wasn't ported or had a muzzle brake that the percussion of the rifle lifted or moved stuff off the bench.
The best practical solution to your problem I am able to think of depends on your muzzle brake. IF the holes in your brake are circular and not oblong, you may very easily have each hole in the brake tapped and threaded for a small allen screw, effectively filling each port with a plug that you could remove when you want.Hello Everyone. I am getting close to purchasing my first .375 H&H. The one I am looking at has the barrel ported pepper-pot style, not a removable style. I have read a lot that the PH and their crews really do not appreciate ported barrels due to the sound wave coming back at them. Has anyone come up with a creative way to muffle that blast even if it gives up the positive effect of the porting?