• Enlarged paddle surface for positive manipulation
  • Drop-in replacement for standard AR charging handle
  • Made in the USA


  • Material: Steel
  • Weight: 0.25 oz.


  • .AR-15 and AR-10 standard charging handle


As operators work in differing conditions they need to adapt their methods and equipment to function as efficiently as possible. Lives depend on it. At Mission First Tactical, they understand that there is rarely a one-size-fits-all answer to the needs of every field operator. Something as seemingly incidental as the size of a charging handle latch can make a huge difference to the field operator.

Low-Profile Efficiency

There are times when you need to be able to move without worrying about getting snagged on things in your environment or even your own equipment. Lots of operators find that the Mil-Spec AR charging handle latch or the over-sized options that other guys use are just not for them. For the operator who prefers a tactical charging handle latch that doesn’t stick out and get involved in every maneuver, the Mission First Tactical Low Profile AR Charging Handle Latch is a solid offering that won’t get in the way.

When you install this low-profile tactical charging handle latch you’ll be able to work in tight quarters without constantly getting snagged and having to back up and double-take. You become more efficient and operate more smoothly in any environment. The operation of the Mission First Tactical Charging Handle Latch is easy with either hand. Ambidextrous operation lends extra flexibility to the field operator so he can adapt to any situation with confidence.

The Benefits of Experience

Mission First Tactical has 75 years of experience in the tactical arms industry. They understand the needs of the military field operator and law enforcement tactical specialists and seek to provide them with quality components that make tactical work as smooth as possible. The experience and knowledge they bring to the table give every shooter who uses their products and unmatched edge.

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