Radian Weapons Raptor-SL Charging Handle

MPN: R0176 / R0283 / R0284 / R0285 / R0377 / R0562 / R0658


  • True ambidextrous design
  • Low-profile, anti-snag design medium size charging handle latch
  • Radian Weapons logo
  • Available in Black, Radian Brown, Flat Dark Earth, Tungsten Grey, Radian Grey, Radian OD Green, and NP3
  • Made in the U.S.A.


  • Material: 7075 Aluminum
  • Finish: Anodized or NP3
  • Wight: 1.27 oz.


  • AR-15

*May NOT fit on some SIG AR's, specifically the 516 Model

Radian Weapons Raptor-SL Ambi Charging Handle


If you're like most shooters, you have experienced the drawbacks that come with an extended latch charging handle. Sure, in a perfect world they work okay, however, we don't live in a perfect world. When it comes time to work the action, the oversized latch might catch on your gear. If you install a Radian Raptor-SL Charging Handle you'll find out what good enough really is.

The Raptor-SL Ambi Charging Handle Is Just the Right Size

Although the Radians Raptor-SL Charing Handle has low-profile latches, they are still big enough to make it easier to charge your weapon if you run optics or sights at the rear of your receiver. Its generous, curved handles give you a positive grip, especially if you have large hands or need to wear gloves. The design of the Raptor-SL Ambi Charging Handle is perfect for those southpaws out there or for anyone wishing to charge their gun with their off hand. Its skeletonized handle gives an aggressive stance that really flows with the lines of your gun.

Radian Raptor-SL Charging Handle Is Built to Last

The Radian Raptor-SL Charging Handle is machined out of 7075 aircraft grade aluminum that is 70 percent stronger than the commonly used 6061. After machining, the Raptor-SL Ambi Charging Handle is anodized to further reduces corrosion resistant. This Radian low-profile charging handle is a super-tough, high-performance charging handle that resists corrosion, shuns carbon fouling, and won't cause premature wear to your upper receiver.

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