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Old 04-29-2012, 8:02 AM
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THE ULTIMATE BULLET BUTTON TOOL


Introducing the ULTIMATE BILATERAL MAGAZINE LOCK



HERE'S A NEW VIDEO FROM 7 STAR TACTICAL FEATURING OUR UBML SYSTEM



The Ultimate Bilateral Magazine Lock (UBML) is a revolutionary new device and the latest innovation from Thordsen Customs LLC. For the first time, California AR-15 enthusiasts have complete ambidextrous control of their firearms, making efficient "tool assisted" tactical magazine changes with their Bullet Button AR-15 possible. For more product details and most up to date list of certified dealers near you, click below on our weblink.


We're remodeling our website. Pardon our dust!! We are now open to the public by appointment only at.
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We're now taking installation appointments at our South San Francisco location. Click here to make an appointment!!

http://ubbt.net/ubmr.html

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Appointment times for this week are filling up pretty quick!! Get in the que today!!

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I've got one, it's trick. I'll post up a pic later today.
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Appointments went without a hitch today. Still appointments available for this Saturday. Check it out http://ubbt.net/ubmr.html

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TDS Guns was just added to out list of certified UBMR dealers.

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New appointment dates are set up. Check it out!!

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Do you magazine tools (UBBT KIT B .223- 5.56) work with the RadLock?
If so would then the whole UBMR work with Radlock?
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Do you magazine tools (UBBT KIT B .223- 5.56) work with the RadLock?
If so would then the whole UBMR work with Radlock?
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Yes, our UBBT tools work with all brands of bullet buttons. The UBMR is compatible with Radlock and all other standard BBs.

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We're remodeling our website. Pardon our dust!! We are now open to the public by appointment only.

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Hi Thordo,

Just wanted to give you a quick little review on your UBMR product while still fresh in my mind which I just finished using at a level 1 carbine course yesterday. The UBMR was installed on a factory RRA Elite Operator 2 running an ACOG TA31F for this course with 3 10/20 P-Mags with UBBT installed. Half the class I had used a Gpik which is that little plastic finger tip ring you attach to the end of your finger. It worked well enough but had a few things I found annoying. First, after awhile it would start feeling uncomfortable as the ring chaffed your skin from being a little tight and sometimes turning around in the wrong direction. Second, placing it on any other finger besides my trigger finger sorta confused me as to where my finger placement would be as its not how I'd normally use a mag release on either an AR or pistol. Sometimes I'd end up with both my trigger finger and middle finger indexed on the bullet button. Third, people would end up forgetting or losing these things on the line after breaks. Not really what I would call a set it and forget it product.

So, on the second half of class, I got the go ahead from one of the instructors to use it. Previously, I had only used the UBMR at home once or twice just to make sure that it was functioning properly but had not really practiced with it fully geared up for a carbine class. Let me just say that it felt really like a no brainer using this thing. It was easy and much more convenient than using the Gpik. Sure, it's not ever gonna be faster than a normal mag release without the bullet button, but using the UBRM just makes changing mags more intuitive and faster. You never have to worry about losing your bullet button tools. Your right hand doesn't have to leave the trigger area or do anything you would not normally do to operate an AR. Yes, you do have to take your eyes off threat/target to use the UBMR, but it never really bothered me as it was still quick and eventually with more practice I'd say you can probably learn to not even use your eyes anymore to actuate the UBMR with the UBBT as you get used to motion.
I'll definitely need to buy more UBBT equipped P-mags and go practice some more, but I can honestly say that for a Californian compliant rifle, this device is one of the must buys if you didn't want to go featureless and wanted to practice in carbine classes while staying completely legal.
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Thordo, what retailers currently carry the UBMR? (love the concept!)

I linked to a few from your website, but didnt see it listed on the ones I checked... I'm close to Bolsa Gunsmithing (in fact have a pistol in there right now), so I'll probably use them for install, but I'd like to find best price for actual parts (I suspect Bolsa will be higher than most - if they even have it).

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Thordo, what retailers currently carry the UBMR? (love the concept!)

I linked to a few from your website, but didnt see it listed on the ones I checked... I'm close to Bolsa Gunsmithing (in fact have a pistol in there right now), so I'll probably use them for install, but I'd like to find best price for actual parts (I suspect Bolsa will be higher than most - if they even have it).

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Thanks for your interest in our new device. It's starting to take off!! Bolsa is one of our certified installers and they have them in stock. Suggested retail is $89 + installation. Installation varies from shop to shop.

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Hi Thordo,

Just wanted to give you a quick little review on your UBMR product while still fresh in my mind which I just finished using at a level 1 carbine course yesterday. The UBMR was installed on a factory RRA Elite Operator 2 running an ACOG TA31F for this course with 3 10/20 P-Mags with UBBT installed. Half the class I had used a Gpik which is that little plastic finger tip ring you attach to the end of your finger. It worked well enough but had a few things I found annoying. First, after awhile it would start feeling uncomfortable as the ring chaffed your skin from being a little tight and sometimes turning around in the wrong direction. Second, placing it on any other finger besides my trigger finger sorta confused me as to where my finger placement would be as its not how I'd normally use a mag release on either an AR or pistol. Sometimes I'd end up with both my trigger finger and middle finger indexed on the bullet button. Third, people would end up forgetting or losing these things on the line after breaks. Not really what I would call a set it and forget it product.

So, on the second half of class, I got the go ahead from one of the instructors to use it. Previously, I had only used the UBMR at home once or twice just to make sure that it was functioning properly but had not really practiced with it fully geared up for a carbine class. Let me just say that it felt really like a no brainer using this thing. It was easy and much more convenient than using the Gpik. Sure, it's not ever gonna be faster than a normal mag release without the bullet button, but using the UBRM just makes changing mags more intuitive and faster. You never have to worry about losing your bullet button tools. Your right hand doesn't have to leave the trigger area or do anything you would not normally do to operate an AR. Yes, you do have to take your eyes off threat/target to use the UBMR, but it never really bothered me as it was still quick and eventually with more practice I'd say you can probably learn to not even use your eyes anymore to actuate the UBMR with the UBBT as you get used to motion.
I'll definitely need to buy more UBBT equipped P-mags and go practice some more, but I can honestly say that for a Californian compliant rifle, this device is one of the must buys if you didn't want to go featureless and wanted to practice in carbine classes while staying completely legal.
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Thanks for the great review!!

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Sorry I've been slacking on updates. We've been pretty busy since the launch and I'm still getting the website retooled to handle it. The feedback on the UBMR so far has been better than anticipated. Plenty of time slots available for UBMR installs next week.

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Thanks to Tunis at Metal Dog Tactical for teaching me the power of writing hypertext and hyperlink code. The homepage on our website is no longer boring and full of just words. There's pics, videos, and links!!

I'm still not done but it just took a GIANT LEAP forward!!

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Thanks to Tunis at Metal Dog Tactical for teaching me the power of writing hypertext and hyperlink code. The homepage on our website is no longer boring and full of just words. There's pics, videos, and links!!

I'm still not done but it just took a GIANT LEAP forward!!

Check it out!!
http://ubbt.net

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I have a question to ask....im interested on installing a UBML on my FEATURELESS ar-15 rifle... but with a regular button release instead of a bullet button..is it possible? ...if so I would like to see that setup with pics (on a featureless rifle of course)...your idea of a ambi setup like that far exceeds the norgon or troy ambi release

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