Mil-spec and oversized charging handles for quick reloads.
The humble charging handle is often one of the most overlooked components on the average AR. But once you slap that shiny new red dot atop your receiver's rail, you might find it's a bit of a pain trying to pull the handle. And if you're a leftie, or you're running n' gunning in a competition, you'll quickly realize that tiny little finger ledge just doesn't cut it. Why not upgrade? It takes a few seconds to swap your handle and it's cheap.
You'll find no rough edges or burrs digging into your digits (or scuffing up your receiver or buffer tube). All charging handles we sell are crafted on CNC from quality billet (6061-T6) aluminum, before getting the traditional Hardcoat anodized finish to match your AR's coatings.
All charge handles we offer are made to fit any 5.56/.223 upper receiver, and .308 / AR-10 receivers. Each handle is drilled to accept the typical gas key, no matter the caliber in question. All AR-15 handles cover 5.56, .223, 300 BLK, 9mm, 6.5 Grendel, and others, while the LR-308 / AR-10 handle covers all calibers chambered for that larger platform.
Never mind those $80+ charging handles from the "Gucci" brands. We kept things simple while providing the same upgraded functionality with our oversized option. The larger handle latch features a cross-pattern and is constructed from quality steel for toughness, while the rest of the handle is made from billet aluminum for weight and corrosion wear.
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