Recall Alert: Thunder Beast Ultra Gen2 and Dominus Suppressors

Any firearms-related recall is always unfortunate. Companies typically invest a significant amount of time, effort, and resources into their products’ research and development. They want to do all they can to ensure that by the time their product heads out the door into the waiting hands of distributors, retailers, and customers, it’s been well-made and thoroughly tested. Thunder Beast Arms Corporation, or TBAC for short, is no different. They’ve been putting plenty of sweat equity and passion into their suppressors for years, and normally have solid results. Unfortunately, occasionally things can and do go wrong for all of us, and one of those snafus has hit TBAC. If you have one of their Dominus or Ultra Gen2 cans that was manufactured last year, please be sure to read the following recall announcement that was just released, and check your silencer’s serial number.

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TBAC Announces New Gen 2 Ultra Series Suppressors

The Thunder Beast Arms Corporation, or TBAC for short, has put out some solid suppressors in their thirteen-year history. This Cheyenne, Wyoming-based operation was founded in 2007 with a simple and passion-driven mission: “…to make the best sound suppressor for precision and long-range shooting.” The following year saw the release of their 30P suppressor, followed by a 2009 update in the then-flagship 30P-1 titanium can. Over the years as TBAC continued to progress and innovate, the 30P-1 gave rise to their Ultra series, and in January of 2015 the 9-inch Thunder Beast can was retired and replaced by the Ultra 9.

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Is Your X300U-A Too Loose? Here Is How To Fix It

Notice there are two cross sections that also came with the light marked P and U. P again stands for Picatinny and U stands for Universal. I chose the universal and it worked well for my Glock 19 lower. Add the crossbar as shown and press the mount into place.

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NEW Strike Industries AntiVenom ULTRA Lubricant

Strike Industries has introduced the new AntiVenom ULTRA gun oil. It is a heavy duty lubricant specifically made for the most demanding applications such as use in extreme environmental conditions, as well as in full-auto and suppressed guns. Here is how the new lubricant works according to Strike Industries:

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Review: Rock Island Armory TAC Ultra CS 1911's (.45 & 9mm)

Review: Rock Island Armory TAC ULTRA CS 1911s (9mm & .45 ACP)

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Gun Review: Kimber Super Carry Ultra+

NOTE: This product review was made possible by GunsForSale.com.  To get up-to-date information on where to find 1911 handguns for sale, please visit  GunsForSale.com.

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