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UTG AR-15 Extended Charging Handle Latch by Leapers

MSRP: $7.97


Use this extended charging handle latch to speed up AR-15 reloads and manipulation.

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This AR-15 extended charging handle latch for is an excellent (and easy) upgrade for any AR-15 owner looking to speed up their reloads and general rifle manipulation.

The Leapers UTG Model 4 AR-15 Extended Tactical Charging Handle Latch gives shooters an increased purchase area for easier charging handle manipulation for a fraction of the cost of more expensive charging handle alternatives. The extra texturing on the latch aids in weapon manipulation during adverse shooting conditions such as rain, snow, sweat, or mud. If speedy AR-15 manipulation is important, give this extended charging handle latch a try – it’s an inexpensive upgrade to your AR-15 and compatible with any mil-spec charging handle.

The enlarged charging handle latch can be easily installed on mil-spec AR-15 charging handles with only basic tools.

UTG AR-15 Extended Charging Handle Latch Features:
– Clever Dual Operation Design
– Enlarged Charging Handle Latch Surface with Texture for Smooth Operation Under Extreme Conditions
– Traditional Concealed Latch Co-existed for Normal Operation
– Heavy Duty Steel Construction with standard Matte Black Finish
– Fits All Standard AR-15 Charging Handles with No Gunsmith Required
– Made by Leapers Inc.

Additional information

Weight0.1 lbs
Dimensions2.5 × 2 × 1 in

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Manufacturer's SKU: TL-CHL01

SKU: 263670

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WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer. Also, drinking water and breathing heavily has been known to cause cancer by the state of California.

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