Geissele Super Charging Handle (SCH) for AR-10

Geissele Super Charging Handle (SCH) for AR-10

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$140.00 - $150.00

MPN: 05-476B / 05-476S


  • Enlarged and extended tactical latch for positive engagement
  • Textured grip aiding to the use when operating with gloves
  • Ambidextrous design allows for seamless operation from either side of the weapon
  • Heightened rear lip aids in mitigating gas blow back to the shooter when shooting short barreled and suppressed weapon
  • Available in Black and Desert Dirt Color (DDC)


  • Material: 7075-T6 Aluminum
  • Finish: Type 3 Hardcoat Anodized
  • Weight: oz.


  • DPMS Gen I LR-308 Style .308 AR

**Will NOT fit some SIG 716, Adams Arms, Daniel Defense DD5, Colt, DPMS Gen II, HK 762, or Smith & Wesson rifles.


Your rifle’s tiny levers, buttons, and switches are no fun to fumble with on clear days, much less when the weather goes south. Gloves are the obvious solution, but the loss of sensation from a fat pair of gloves is significant, especially working your rifle’s standard components. Keep your fingers gloved and warm and your grip sure with an upgraded charging handle from Geisselle Automatics.

Beyond Mil-Spec

The standard charging handles on AR-style rifles are engineering marvels in their ability to either avoid or harm any human hand that seeks to grasp them. You deserve better than the gritty feel and icy pinch of the Mil-Spec standard. The Geissele AR-10 Super Charging Handle’s textured, grip-enhanced, ambidextrous flanges keep operations easy and your fingers toasty.

Deflect That Stink

If you shoot a suppressed or short-barreled rifle and upgrade to the Geissele AR-10 Super Charging Handle, you’ll be glad to know that your new handle pulls double duty, helping deflect smoke and gases from your nose. Even if you like the smell (and who doesn’t?), it’s one thing to get a bracing whiff now and then, and another thing to inhale clouds of mystery toxins. Upgrade your charging handle and protect your sinuses.

*Due to the chemical process that takes place during Type 3 Hardcoat, the finish on the product can vary from one to the next, even if it is the same batch.

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