Tactical Deals: TRYBE Defense Ambidextrous Enhanced Mil-Spec Charging Handle $34.99

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TRYBE Defense Ambidextrous Enhanced Mil-Spec Charging Handle Deal
TRYBE Defense Ambidextrous Enhanced Mil-Spec Charging Handle Deal

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Optics Planet has the TRYBE Defense Ambidextrous Enhanced Mil-Spec Charging Handle on sale for just $34.99, which is 30% OFF and FREE shipping on orders over $49.00.

TRYBE Defense Ambidextrous Enhanced Mil-Spec Charging Handle.Buy Now Gun Deals

Outfit your existing AR platform with the sleek and stylish TRYBE Defense Ambidextrous Mil-Spec Charging Handle. These Charging Handles from the trendsetters at TRYBE Defense feature an ambidextrous design that can easily be operated no matter which hand you use. With a contoured construction, the TRYBE Defense AR15 Enhanced Mil-Spec Charging Handle prevents catching from ruining your shot. Thanks to its textured design, this aftermarket accessory won’t slip with repeated usage.

Specifications for TRYBE Defense Ambidextrous Enhanced Mil-Spec Charging Handle:

  • Color: Black
  • Fabric/Material: 7075-T6 Aluminum
  • Hand: Ambidextrous

Features of TRYBE Defense Ambidextrous Mil-Spec Charging Handle, TRB-CGH-AMBSP

  • Ambidextrous design
  • Clear the scope
  • Simple mode of operation
  • Textured
  • Contoured to avoid catching
  • Swoop design
  • Easy to grab
  • Pins won’t walk out

Easy to grab and even easier to use, the TRYBE Defense 7075-T6 Mil-Spec Charging Handle makes a great addition to your next build out.

Tactical Deals: TRYBE Defense Ambidextrous Enhanced Mil-Spec Charging Handle $34.99

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Idaho Sniper
Idaho Sniper
1 month ago

Warning!!! I built my own AR this summer as a fun project. I was low on funds, but I wanted a bigger charging handle to be able to get ahold of as I was planning on putting a scope on it and hunting coyotes. Through a bit of looking around, I found this charging handle and it was actually in-stock so I got one. Big mistake. First of all, it had a ridge in the aluminum that I had to file down and wet-sand away just to make it cycle. Then, after racking the slide a few times, It got… Read more »

JNew
JNew
13 days ago
Reply to  Idaho Sniper

But the Strike isn’t ambi.