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.
Ultradyne Introduces the Apollo LR Long-Range Compensator
Ultradyne’s full press release on the Apollo LR is below:
Long-range shooting, an art mastered by only the most skilled marksmen. While shooting long distances, a spotter is typically needed by the shooter’s side to identify the shot placement on a target. This summer, Ultradyne has made it possible for you to BE YOUR OWN SPOTTER!
Introducing the new Apollo LR from Ultradyne –
The Apollo LR is designed to reduce the recoil and muzzle rise like no other product on the market. The serious long-range shooter can now concentrate on the shot placement and observe bullet impact with virtually no recoil or muzzle rise. Ultradyne’s V-PORT™ design not only eliminates muzzle rise but also keeps excess gas out of the shooter’s sight picture, making for an unmatched muzzle device. Available for a vast variety of long-range calibers, the Apollo LR is ready to spot your shot.
- Magnum Calibers
- Timing Nut for easy installation
- 4 aggressive port design
- 3.5” overall Fully CNC Machined in the USA
- Unmatched amount of recoil reduction
- Hard-Anodized Coating 5/8-24 thread pitch
The Apollo LR is currently being offered in four different caliber options 6.5mm, 7mm, 300, and .338. For a complete list of compatible calibers, you can go over to the Ultradyne website and check to see if the Apollo LR is compatible with your gun. The brake is available now from Ultradyne for $154.00. I don’t have any personal experience with Ultradyne’s products but based on what I have seen from their customer reviews they make great products. What’s more, is that their products are made and designed entirely in the United States.
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