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Core15 Slotted Trigger Guard

  • Core15 Slotted Trigger Guard
  • Core15 Slotted Trigger Guard Side
  • Core15 Slotted Trigger Guard Bottom
  • Core15 Slotted Trigger Guard Top

Core15 Slotted Trigger Guard

Product Code:
C15-40538
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MPN: 40538

Features:

  • Slotted design - Reduce weight and give your rifle a unique appearance
  • Compatible with most AR-15 and 308 AR (Some rifles may require minor adjustments to the trigger guard)
  • Made in U.S.A.

Specifications:

  • Weight: 0.35 oz.
  • Length: 2.27"
  • Width:  0.62"
  • Material: 6061-T6 aluminum
  • Finish: Hardcoat Anodized

Details:

Designing and building your own AR15 is one of the most rewarding tasks you will ever undertake. From the muzzle device to the handguard to the buttstock, the many options available make it easy for you to customize your weapon to suit your personal needs.

Once you’ve decided on the main parts for your AR15, you will need to choose the more “minor” details. One of these will be the trigger guard. These devices help prevent accidental firing of the rifle by protecting the trigger from snagging on other objects. When selecting a trigger guard, it's important to be certain that its durability matches that of your rifle. If it doesn't, the guard could fail while you're out on the field or in a tactical situation.

The Core15 Slotted Trigger Guard is the perfect complement to your “black rifle” as either a first-time part or a replacement. This sleek black trigger guard by Core 15 is oversized to accommodate large or gloved hands and is compatible with most AR-style rifles. Don't place your ability to use your AR15 effectively at risk with low-quality or cheap parts. Choose Core 15, where "Mil-Spec is just a starting point."

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  1. Mixed Feelings! 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Aug 2016

    In all fairness to Core 15, this piece has solid appeal from a looks standpoint, but I would much prefer the typical spring loaded pin that sets the front attaching point... This unit uses a hex set screw to secure front pin point.... I was not expecting a unique method and find this idea undesirable, as compared with the spring loaded norm...

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