MPN: MAG1254


  • Three user-configurable levers for ambidextrous use
  • Reversible steel axle allows for 60 or 90-degree selector throw
  • Selector pins come in black and red for user preference
  • Easy drop-in installation
  • Made in the U.S.A.


  • Material:
    • Lever: Polymer
    • Center Core: Steel
  • Selector Lever Finish: Black, Flat Dark Earth, or OD Green
  • Weight: 0.5 oz.

Magpul ESK Selector


  • AR-15 and AR-10


  • 1x 60/90-Degree Throw Center Core
  • 1x Full-Length Safety Lever
  • 1x Hybrid Safety Lever
  • 1x Short Safety Lever
  • 2x Black Selector Pins
  • 2x Red Selector Pins


Enhance your AR pattern firearm with the Magpul ESK Ambidextrous Safety Selector, a modular and adaptable solution designed for the modern shooter. This inventive safety selector kit, meticulously designed with ergonomic considerations and usability in mind, caters to both left and right-handed marksmen, providing increased flexibility at an exceptional value.

Configurable and User-Friendly Design

What sets the Magpul ESK apart is its adaptability to user preferences. Whether you opt for a 60 or 90-degree throw, the reversible steel axle provides flexibility while maintaining durability. With three polymer lever options - full-length, short, and hybrid - you can fine-tune your setup to match your precise requirements. The option to easily switch levers without tools makes the ESK ideal for shooters who love to adapt and experiment.

Durability and Easy Installation

Constructed from high-strength polymer and corrosion-resistant steel, the Magpul ESK is built to withstand the rigors of frequent use. Its easy drop-in installation is a boon for shooters who value both time and convenience. The simple yet secure lever attachment system, requiring minimal tools, means you can effortlessly switch your setup as needed. With the Magpul ESK Ambidextrous Safety Selector, you're not just installing a component; you're investing in a seamless blend of strength, flexibility, and user-focused design.

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