MPN: UD11030


  • 4 aggressive compensation ports on top reduces muzzle rise for faster follow-up shots
  • Reduces recoil
  • 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: 9mm
  • Material: 416 Stainless Steel
  • Finish: QPQ Nitride
  • Weight: 4 oz.
  • Length: 1.75"
  • Outer Diameter:
    • Muzzle End: 0.88"
    • Body: 1.125"
  • Bore Diameter: 0.403"
  • Thread: 1/2"-28 TPI


  • 9mm PCC barrel with 1/2"-28 thread pitch and a minimum thread length of 0.600 inches.
  • Compatible with Dynamount front sight


  • 1x Ultradyne Lithium PCC 9mm Compensator
  • 1x Cover Sleeve
  • 1x Shrouded Timing Nut


If you're pleasantly surprised at the power of your 9mm carbine, but the bouncy recoil makes it difficult to maintain your aim for follow-up shots, you've got yourself a problem. The Lithium PCC muzzle brake by Ultradyne is a quality solution.

Don't Waste Gas

The Lithium PCC muzzle brake adds four CNC-machined compensator ports to your carbine's barrel. These ports vent hot gases upward and outward, opposing your firearm's recoil. Ultradyne's precision 9mm compensator design directs these gases away from your face and eyes to keep smoke out of your sinuses no matter where you fire: at the range, out on the ranch or in defense of your home.

Put Exhaust to Work for You

The Lithium PCC muzzle brake's redirected exhaust will return your sight picture to your target with speed and confidence. The Lithium is a small 9mm compensator, less than two inches in length and less than five ounces. Your carbine won't become uncomfortably forend-heavy despite the muzzle brake's steel construction. It attaches to your carbine using common ½"/28 TPI threads, and a durable nitride coating gives an understated, glint-free finish.

If recoil is your nemesis, Ultradyne's muzzle brake will compensate without compromising your shooting experience.

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