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Troy Industries - Ambidextrous Magazine Release

 
List Price: $65.00
Our Price: $59.99
Savings: $5.01

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Product Code: TYAMBIMAGR
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Description
 
Ambidextrous selector with no screws or threading to come loose or strip; utilizes stainless steel detent plungers to lock levers into place. The traditional lever side has been built for a more positive feel. The right side features a lower profile lever and will not interfere with trigger operation for right handed shooters. Rugged, machined billet tool steel construction. Semi-auto levers can be interchanged from left to right.

Note: Not compatible with all receivers. If in doubt,ask before ordering as this item is non returnable.

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Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
Nice Add On November 16, 2014
Reviewer: John E from Kissimmee, FL United States  
Its definately pricy but good quality and provides the ambidextrous  option for dropping a mag. I purchased for a Spartan billet lower but unfortunately due to the thickness of the lower mag well it would not seat low enough to catch the mag. I have several AR's so I just put ig on one of my Spikes Tactical forged lower and it works like a champ.

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Great budget mag release August 19, 2013
Reviewer: Kaan Canturk from Middletown, VA United States  
I picked this one up over the Nori because i run a Phase 5 bolt release.  this gives you a little more clearance on the "through the trigger area" bolt releases.  

when searching for the mag release with gloves on it has a more postitive (catchs the glove) feel than the nori also.

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