2012 SHOT Show Special Report: TacLatch USA Advanced Design AR-15 Charging Handle


When speed is a necessity, the TacLatch USA Advanced Design AR-15 charging handle is an up-grade must for your competition or tactical rifle. A true ambidextrous charging handle, the TacLatch USA Advanced Design charging handle eliminates the two-step process of having to release the latch on the left side of your rifle and then pulling back on the grip to release the bolt. It allows you to charge the weapon in a one-step, fluid motion using only one finger. The TacLatch also makes it quick and easy to clear a malfunction during competition or in a tactical situation. Installation is a breeze in just a few seconds.

TacLatch Charging Handle
TacLatch Charging Handle
TacLatch Ambidextrous Feature
TacLatch Ambidextrous Feature

The TacLatch USA Advanced Design AR-15 charging handle gives you a full one-inch extended TacLatch to clear optics or any other accessories you have mounted on the rifle’s rails. The TacLatch is made of precision-machined aluminum billet and hard-coat anodized. It measures 7.5 inches long and weighs 1.9 ounces. 100 percent made in the USA with MIL-SPEC components, the TacLatch USA Advanced Design charging handle for the AR-15 is listed for $79.99. A TacLatch for the AR-10 DMPS .308 and clones, the TacLatch 10 is also available for the listed price of $109.99. Coming in gold, titanium silver, red, black, and olive/gray it is available for purchase now.

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