- 90-degree design
- Compatible with AR-15 and AR-10 lowers
- Made in the U.S.A.
- Material: Steel
- Finish: Mil-Spec Phosphate
- Wight: 0.8 oz.
- AR-15 and AR-10
- 1x Safety Center Bar
- 2x Standard Length Levers
- 2x Set Screws
- 1x Allen Wrench
There are a lot of upgrade parts and accessories for the AR platform that are so frequently replaced that it’s pretty much standard procedure to change them. One of the most popular of those parts is the AR Safety Selector. There is the enhanced safety selectors and AR Ambi Safety selectors. They all offer different features that are appealing to shooters, you just have to choose the one that fits your bet. Spike’s Tactical offers an Ambidextrous AR Safety Selector that presents a combination of features that will make it a fast favorite.
Spike's Ambidextrous AR Safety: Easy Reach, Excellent Traction
Spike’s AR Ambi Safety selector features long semi-cylindrical levers with an aggressive grooved surface. They’re easy to reach and provide excellent purchase even if your hands are sweaty or you’re caught in the rain. The large levers make it easy to change your safety selection without having to change your grip. Both left and right handed operators will enjoy the easy activation of this safety. Whether you prefer to operate it from your dominant or weak side, it will work just as smoothly from either side. Those of you who prefer an alternate side on/off routine will love the ease of reach Spike’s Safety offers for thumb or finger indexing.
Spike’s Quality and Easy Installation
Spike’s Tactical uses American Steel for the Ambi Safety Selector. It’s machined for a quality fit and given a quality phosphate finish that resists the effects of real-world conditions and the rough handling challenging operations require. It’s easy to replace your existing safety selector with this heavy duty Ambidextrous version. It’s meant to drop-in to replace most Mil-spec selectors and ships with everything you need, right down to the hex key you need to install the lever screws. Spike’s has your back, you just need to pull the trigger.