The 4:th of July Raptor and Talon combination

I like the Raptor Ambidextrous Charging Handle from Radian Weapons, and run it on a few of my ARs.

There is now a chance to get a special edition, limited to only 100 pieces.

 

In the spirit of the holiday, we are pleased to announce the limited edition 4th of July Raptor + Talon combo set. Featuring blue and red Mil Spec Type 3 anodized handles with an NP3 plated shaft, the custom laser marked 4th of July Raptor for AR15/M16 comes with a matching set of blue and red anodized long/short Talon safety selectors.

 

July 4, 2017” – Laser marked.

Easy: Blue – left. Red – right. (For those who get left and right wrong from time to time, this upgrade could be really helpful too.)

Below: The charging handle extended.

I haven’t tried the Talon ambidextrous safety, but by the looks of it it should do the job. It can be installed as either a standard 90° or as a 45° short throw by simply rotating the shaft 180° inside the lower receiver. Clever design.

I just discovered the 24 Carat Gold Dictator version. Unfortunately it is sold out. I actually would have liked to own one.

Hurry, the 4:th of July combo may not last very long if you want one.

Find out more here.



Eric B

Ex-Arctic Ranger. Competitive practical shooter and hunter with an European focus. Always ready to increase my collection of modern semi-automatic firearms, optics and sound suppressors. Owning the night would be nice too.


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  • Maybe having a Tricolor right up in their nose will remind a few people that we couldn’t have won the American Revolution without France’s help.

    This sort of thing is visually a lot cooler than the typical bumper sticker mods that try to flag up the whole dang rifle, I wish more companies would carry stuff like this.

  • Kyle

    I really like this. It looks sharp and is still subtle.

  • it’s just Boris

    And … out of stock.

    Drat.

    I agree with Tex … both on the France reference (my first thought on seeing it was “Blue … White … Red” in Patrick Stewart’s voice), and on the subtlety compared to “sticker shock” paint jobs and decals.

  • None

    I’d much rather have an OD handle.