MPN: UD10690


  • Forward gas venting reduces blast directed back at the shooter
  • Timing nut included for easy installation and indexing
  • Indexing slots compatible with the Dynamount Front Sight allow for a standard upright alignment or a 45 degree offset
  • 100% CNC-machined quality
  • 100% Made in the USA


  • Caliber: 7.62 NATO / .308 Win. / 300 Blackout / 30-30 Win.
  • Material: 416 Stainless Steel
  • Finish: QPQ Nitride
  • Weight: 4.6 oz.
  • Length: 1.7"
  • Outer Diameter:
    • Muzzle End: 0.99"
    • Body: 1.07"
  • Bore Diameter: 0.367"
  • Thread: 5/8"-24 TPI


  • .308 / 7.62 / 300 Blackout barrel with 5/8"-24 thread pitch and a minimum thread length of 0.600 inches
  • Compatible with Dynamount front sight


  • 1x Ultradyne Athena Linear Compensator (.308/7.62)
  • 1x Cover Sleeve
  • 1x Shrouded Timing Nut


The Athena 7.62 linear compensator is strategically designed to reduce muzzle rise and recoil, supporting improved accuracy and offering tactical benefits at a reasonable price.

Ultradyne Offers You A Durable, Versatile, and Easy To Install Muzzle Device You Can Use For Years To Come

The Athena 7.62 linear compensator is made of CNC machined 416 Stainless Steel, finished with a nitride salt bath, to maximize long-term durability.

This linear compensator features indexing slots that are compatible with Dynamount's Front Sight. You may choose to install the sight in a standard upright alignment or at a 45-degree offset alignment. Mounting your Dynamount Front Sight on the barrel prevents sight deflection with handguard mounted sights.

Ultradyne includes a timing nut to help make installation and indexing more efficient.

Ultradyne Designed This Muzzle Device To Be Ergonomic and Support Accuracy

The Athena 7.62 linear compensator was strategically engineered to vent gas from an angle, then forward, which sends gas and sound away from you when shooting. This contributes to making your shooting experience smoother and more comfortable, which can help you improve your accuracy.

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