MPN: SAFETY-640522126958 / SAFETY-736902490006
- Compatible with all Mil-Spec receivers
- Push safety design - extremely fast from SAFT to FIRE
- Ambidextrous operation
- Comes with detent
- Made in the USA
- Material: Hardened stainless steel
- Finish: Black oxide or polished stainless steel
- Weight: 0.4 oz.
- 1x Elftmann Speed Safety
- 1x Safety Detent
If you’re an action shooter and you’ve been looking for an ambidextrous safety selector for the AR-15 or AR-10 platform that has the ability to change your game, we’ve found a little magic that’s easy to tap into. The Elftmann Tactical AR-15 / AR-10 Ambidextrous Speed Safety is a drop in cross-bolt safety that easily replaces your standard two-position rotating safety selector.
Elftmann Safety: AR-15 Push Button Safety
The ELF-ASS is so easy to use you’ll wish you’d installed one a long time ago. The Elftmann Safety operates intuitively. As a right handed shooter, you’ll simply extend your thumb up a little from its natural resting spot and you can give the ELF-ASS a little love tap to send it into firing position. Sending it back to safety position is as easy as indexing your trigger finger just a little higher than you probably already do. Just swing up a little from the natural resting position near your mag release and give the ASS (Ambidextrous Speed Safety) a little push and you’ll get immediate results. It doesn’t require anything that could be considered real force to go either way, just a little pressure with the side of your digit and the ELF-ASS changes position smooth as silk.
Elftmann Speed Safety For Competition
When you’re in a game where every fraction of a heartbeat counts, the Elftmann Safety can be the edge you need to show the competition that you’re the man. This isn’t the kind of safety you want hanging around on a loaded rifle in the field, but for those applications where you need a safety that’s as fast as you, you’re really gonna like the Elftmann Tactical AR-15 / AR-10 Ambidextrous Speed Safety. Just slip it in and we know you won't be disappointed.