Held in place by a flat spring, the Blackhawk! AR-15 No-Latch Ambi Charging Handle eliminates the need to depress a small latch in order to charge AR-pattern rifles. The design of the overmolded 7075 aluminum handle also allows for fully ambidextrous manipulation, and is compatible with most low-mounted optics. Available in black, gray, olive drab green and flat dark earth. Price: $40. Contact: Blackhawk!; (800) 379-1732; blackhawk.com.
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