...by cheaping out on your gunsmith.
Saw a Bushhamster "Y-Comp" muzzle brake launched into the berm yesterday, due to an indifferent job of pinning the thing on. You'd think that the shooter would have noticed the sudden departure of several ounces of metal at a high rate of speed from the front end of his gat, but he says he didn't feel anything.
It wasn't threaded or silver soldered; just affixed over a smooth turned-down shank on the end of the barrel with a single blind pin and some dried crusty residue that may have been library paste for all the good it did in keeping the thing attached.
He needed to re-zero the weapon. Also, it's a lot more pleasant to shoot on the same relay as that guy without that godawful racket-making excrescence on the end of his carbine.