Just my opinion... Unless you need a muzzle brake on a .375 for medical reasons (eyes, shoulder, etc), I’m against hunting with them and not high on them at a public range. For hunting, if you can’t handle a larger round like a .416 without a break, you should down size to a .375 without a break. Most people can learn to handle an un-braked .375. I shoot at a public range and if a shooter is within three benches with a brake, I can usually tell. There are some brakes on 6.5 Creedmoors that make them sound like cannons. If you are shooting by yourself, it doesn’t matter and practicing with a brake reduces the pounding. In the field, you don’t want your ears, your PH’s ears or tracker’s ears ringing from the blast. In fact I’ve queried both of my PH’s on the topic and both preferred that rifles not have them.