MPN: R0007 / R0008 / R0009 / R0010 / R0011 / R0256 / R0564


  • True ambidextrous design
  • Extended latch for positive engagement
  • Designed for .308 Win. / 7.62 NATO AR 308 platform rifles
  • Available in Black, Radian Brown, Flat Dark Earth, Tungsten Grey, Radian Grey, and NP3
  • Made in U.S.A.


  • Material: Aircraft Grade 7075 Aluminum
  • Finish: Anodized or NP3 Coated
  • Weight: 1.45 oz.


  • All DPMS Gen1 LR-308 and Armalite AR10 platform such as:
    • Aero M5
    • DPMS Gen1 High and Low
    • Knights Armament SR25
    • STAG-10
    • Armalite AR10
    • Daniel Defense DD5 V3, V4, V5
    • And many others using DPMS Gen1 or Armalite AR10 platform

*Not compatible with: SIG716, Savage MSR10, Smith and Wesson M&P10, DPMS R-25 Gen II, Colt LE901, Bushmaster BAR-10, RRA LAR-8, HK MR762, POF ROGUE AR-10/.308 or others using a DPMS Gen2 style upper. These models use proprietary charging handle designs.

AR-10 Raptor Charging Handle


As the owner of an AR-10, you understand the value of parts that match the quality of your rifle. Poorly-made or faulty parts can cause a catastrophic failure in intense, real-world situations when the operational efficiency of your rifle can mean the difference between life and death. In less intense situations, such as participation in a competition or a quiet weekend of “plinking,” malfunctioning parts can be an unnecessary annoyance.

The charging handle of an AR-10 is responsible for placing the bolt and the hammer in the ready position for the initial shot when loading the rifle. It is also responsible for clearing blockages. Because charging handles are subjected to a significant amount of stress during active operation of the AR-10, it’s important that they be of high-quality material that will not fail under the strain.

Most of the so-called ambidextrous charging handles available today are simply right-handed models with a lever that extends to the right side. The Raptor charging handle by Radian Weapons (formerly AXTS Weapons System) offers complete functionality on either side with twin latches. The heavy-duty serrations of the latches on this ambi charging handle will give you a non-slip grip when operating your charging handle.

The charging handle and latches are machined from aircraft-grade 7075 aluminum and treated with a Mil-Spec anodizing process. The durable finish ensures that the handle will pull smooth as glass every time.

This a Radian AR-10 Raptor Charging Handle, if you need a AR-15 model, please look at the Raidian Raptor AR-15 Ambidextrous Charging Handle.

Wing Tactical has the Parts You Need

When you’re ready to build your next AR-10 or you just want to start an upgrade to create a quality ambidextrous weapon, Wing Tactical offers a great selection of quality AR-10 components. Maybe you’ve decided that an NP3 charging handle is the next piece on your list. If that’s the case, Wing Tactical is proud to bring you the Radian Raptor AR-10 Ambidextrous NP3 Charging Handle. This is the same great Raptor Charging Handle, but with the added benefit of a next-generation NP3 coating that will stand up to the harshest environments without corroding while bringing in an unmatched level of self-lubricity to the table.

Wing Tactical offers the NP3 Edge

When you consider upgrading your AR-10, Wing Tactical is happy to help you with a great selection of quality parts featuring the next-gen NP3 finish. NP3 coatings allow you to skip the extra lubricants and the tacky lube and dirt concoctions that can gum up the works when you really need things to run right in the field. NP3 finishes reduce downtime for cleaning, the NP3 coating resists fouling and cleans easily with a dry cloth, making it easy to keep things clean in the field, even under heavy use.

Wing Tactical is Here to Help

Not sure if that NP3 Finished Charging handle is for you? Don’t worry, the capable team at Wing Tactical is here to help you if you have any doubts about the parts you want. We’re industry professionals as well as shooters ourselves. We know our products and we’re ready to help.

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