Product Preview: TriggerTech AR Safety

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posted on February 21, 2023
TriggerTech AR Safety

Although primarily revered for its superb drop-in bolt-action and AR-platform triggers, TriggerTech also offers a safety selector upgrade for AR-15 rifles that incorporates a number of convenient features.

Not only can the AR Safety’s bilateral levers be configured for either a 45- or a 90-degree throw (a cap is provided for those who prefer to run a selector on only one side), but once the system’s proprietary ball-tip detent pin has been installed, the unit can be uninstalled and re-installed from the gun without the pistol grip needing to be removed.

Built tough, the safety’s central tumbler is constructed of 440C stainless steel, while the levers are 17-4 stainless. MSRP is $55 (stainless) and $59 (black PVD). For more information, visit triggertech.com.

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