Ultradyne Announces Apollo Max Muzzle Brake Now Available in 6.5mm Creedmoor

Press Release:

Ultradyne, an American designer and manufacturer of advanced shooting accessories, has officially released its Apollo Max muzzle brake specifically tuned for 6.5mm Creedmoor and compatible with 6.5 PRC and 6mm Creedmoor.  Utilizing advanced imaging and precision instrumentation, Ultradyne’s team has engineered a device that represents the ultimate in recoil reduction.  Internal testing has shown as much as a 25% advantage over previous industry-leading designs.

6.5mm Creedmoor has grown to be a favorite among precision shooters for its flat trajectory, long-range accuracy, and relatively-low recoil.  With the Ultradyne Apollo Max now in 6.5mm Creedmoor shooters can watch their shots and be ready for follow-up shots quicker.

Apollo Max includes the Ultradyne-exclusive shrouded timing nut along with a Dynamount collar for quick, easy mounting.

Apollo Max stands as a no-compromise, recoil-reducing phenom that enables nearly instantaneous follow-up shots and is an excellent option for competition shooters who want the last word in recoil performance.

Apollo Max’s unique design includes angled muzzle-rise compensation ports at the end of the device that direct gasses away from the shooter’s line of sight to avoid the vision-dazzling effects inherent in other designs.  100% CNC machined in the USA, each port was located, sized, and shaped for maximum flow utilizing a combination of modeling and relentless testing.  Until now such a high level of recoil reduction was not possible from a device of practical size, but Ultradyne’s science- and engineering-oriented approach brings this game-changing technology to the shooting public.

For a better understanding of the Apollo see the video below:

Apollo Max Technical Specifications

BARREL THREAD 5/8-24 UNEF-2B

MATERIAL

  • 416 Stainless Steel
  • Salt Bath Nitride Finish

MOUNTING

  • Shrouded Timing Nut

MASS

  • Brake Only 128 grams | 4.5 ounces
  • Total 154 grams | 5.5 ounces

DIMENSIONS

  • Length 75mm | 2.94 inches
  • OD 24.8 mm | 0.975 inches

WRENCH FLATS 7/8 inch

Apollo Max is part of Ultradyne’s family of performance muzzle devices, each representing a different combination of recoil reduction and sonic characteristics.

About Ultradyne:

Ultradyne provides American ingenuity designed and manufactured in the USA.

www.UltradyneUSA.com

comments

  1. avatar RA-15 says:

    6.8 spc ?

  2. avatar Geoff "Mess with the bull, get the 6.5mm Creedmoor" PR says:

    Impossible.

    “Fake News”.

    *EVERYBODY* knows that the muzzle blast from 6.5mm Creedmoor destroys everything it touches leaving nothing but molecular ash in it’s wake.

    (*Cough* BULLSHIT *Cough).

    Now, I kinda regret not participating in the Gov’s “6.5mm Creedmoor Week” a while back… 😉

  3. avatar ACP_armed says:

    Reads head line — “Muzzle Brake Now Available in 6.5 Creedmoor

    Since when does a muzzle brake chamber a cartridge?

    Do’! How could I forget! a 6.5 Creedmoor shoots a 6.5mm bullet at mach five that will hit a 3″ target in Las Angeles from east Kentucky with only 78.27 MOA of drop!

    1. To start you need to be sure the projectile will fit through the brake. From their some companies like this one actually spend the time to calibrate the brake to the gas pressure and velocity that a cartridge produces. Each caliber creates it’s own impulse. Sure you could put a .308 brake on a 6.5, but it won’t be as effective as one tuned to 6.5

      1. avatar possum says:

        That’s interesting, I would think to be truly tuned a person would have to stick with one brand of case,with one bullet, one powder, one primer and the velocity variation would have to be very consistent.

      2. avatar ACP_armed says:

        I’ll admit knew about making sure a bullet can fit through the hole, I did not know calibrated muzzle brakes are thing.

        Thanks for the reply.

  4. avatar barnbwt says:

    I wonder if this violates the ATF’s bogus 3-4″ muzzle brake rule that came out of the MPX fiasco?

  5. avatar Trent Wilson says:

    So….they’re still 30% behind us. How sad.

  6. avatar possum says:

    Made a 300 yard shot on a deer yesterday, the guys with me wanted to know what kind of bow I was shooting. “Why Creedmoor of course, with a 6.5 lb draw.”

  7. avatar Sora says:

    I wonder how much of that angled ports are effective.
    With long barrel, I don’t think gas will ever hit the optics, but to reduce the effect of the gas on vision is a stretch. Gas goes away faster than recoil and eye readjustment, unless you’re going full auto 6.5 Creedmoor for 1K targets.

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