Ultradyne Introduces the New Mercury Compensator

Recoil reduction and muzzle control are top considerations for today’s competitors and riflemen. While good training and discipline will help mitigate a lot of the muzzle rise and swat you get from firing an AR-15, compensators help further mitigate both felt recoil and muzzle rise. Ultradyne has just released their new Mercury Compensator which uses Ultradyne’s V-PORT system. The aim of the Mercury compensator is to optimize gas exhaust to primarily control muzzle rise while simultaneously reducing a large amount of felt recoil.

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TFB Review: Ultradyne Apollo Max .223/5.56 Muzzle Brake

As someone who generally is disinterested in the newest and coolest tacticool whatsa-whosits, I have to admit to you that I was surprised to pick up anything with the intention of improving my AR15 or making my shooting experience more enjoyable with one. The item in question today is the Ultadyne Apollo Max .223/5.56 Muzzle Brake. If you have not heard of Ultradyne, they are an American company with American made products in the form of firearm accessories such as sights, muzzle devices, and combinations of the two. With today’s subject being the Apollo Max Muzzle Brake, I should mention what makes it unique…it reduces recoil far better than other muzzle brakes I have been around and that can benefit the user in multiple ways. Let us dive right into a review on the Ultradyne Apollo Max .223/5.56 Muzzle Brake!

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Ultradyne Pulse Muzzle Brake In 5.56, .308 Win, And .350 Legend

TFB has covered most of Ultradyne’s products thus far, but one that seems to have slipped through the cracks of the internet is the Ultradyne Pulse muzzle brake.  I happened to find the Pulse while wading through the sea of muzzle devices and it caught my eye.  Ultradyne has actually listed the Pulse for about a year, but it seems to go without much recognition.  It’s currently rated for 23 different calibers between the .223, .308, and .350 options, and also accommodates Ultradyne’s muzzle device mounted front sight product.  You can find Ultradyne’s description and specifications of the Pulse muzzle brake below:

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Ultradyne Introduces the Apollo LR Long-Range Compensator

Ultradyne is a company that is focused on producing American made firearms accessories for all types of platforms. Specifically they currently focus on things like muzzle brakes, compensators, and iron sights. Ultradyne has just announced the introduction of its new Apollo LR long-range Compensator.

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Ultradyne Adds New C2 Iron Sights And C2 Offset Sights To Their Lineup

Ultradyne, known for their “C4” flip-up iron sights system and muzzle brakes have just introduced their new “C2” iron sights. The new C2 version is also designed to flip-up (or down for storage), and still utilizes Ultradyne’s unique dual aperture sighting system, with an option to use a standard style blade in the front sight for the traditionalists. The C2 iron sights differ from the older C4 version in that they don’t have the built-in, quick elevation adjustments for different ranges. You can read Ultradyne’s product description and specs below to see the features that the C2 offers:

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Clear for Take-Off! Ultradyne's NEW Apollo Max .30 Cal Muzzle Brake

Ultradyne has introduced their Apollo Max Muzzle Brake now in .30 Caliber with some impressive results for shooter’s in need of something to tame their rifles. Ultradyne is claiming class-leading recoil reduction from a CNC machined product. This would should be competition-legal and comes with a shrouded timing nut for easy installation. The rest of the essential specifications for the  Apollo Max .308/7.62mm can be read below as presented by Ultradyne:

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Altered Perspective! NEW Ultradyne C4 Precision 45 Offset Sights

To many people, 45° offset sights might be an old hat. We have all seen them a million times before and not many people necessarily use them, but that raises a good question: What if they were using the wrong ones? Ultradyne has fabricated a set of 45° offset iron sights in their C4 Precision set that actually are quite a bit different in their construction.

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Ultradyne C4 and C4 Dynamount Adjustable Backup Iron Sights

Ultradyne is a bit of a mystery to me. This company’s backup iron sights and muzzle brakes almost simultaneously appeared on Brownells and MidwayUSA websites, but I couldn’t find the website or any other signs of this company’s presence on the Internet. That’s quite unusual for a modern company, isn’t it? At any rate, let’s take a look at the iron sights they make which have some really interesting features.

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