Designed for all mil-spec forged lower receivers, the Advanced Safety Trigger Guard simultaneously opens up the trigger guard and provides a solid tactile place for a finger rest (while taking up that annoying gap). High Velocity Arms touts that the ASTG gives “increased leverage for competition / tactical maneuvers.”
The ASTG is all-steel construction, available in either NiB-X Nickel Boron or black Nitromet coatings. The kit arrives with the trigger guard and all installation hardware.
What do you think? For $114.99, is this a solution in search of a problem or a leap forward in ergonomics for the AR-15 platform?