The Super Charging Handle (SCH) is 3D machined from a solid block of
aircraft grade 7075-T6 aluminum. Its ambidextrous design allows for
seamless operation from either side of the weapon. The levers are dual
contoured similar to that of the charging handle of an M14, where not
only the x-axis but also the y-axis receive radius cuts. The handling
surface of the lever is also checkered, adding a textured grip aiding to
the use when operating with gloves. The heightened rear lip of the SCH
aids in mitigating gas blow back to the shooter when shooting with short
barreled and suppressed weapon systems. All parts are then Type 3
Hardcoat anodized and are available in black and DDC (Desert Dirt
Its natural stablemate is the rimless, small footprint and lefty
friendly LDFA (Low Drag Forward Assist). LDFA was purpose designed for
use with an ambidextrous charging handle like the Slide Lock.
The LDFA does not have a rim on the plunger and is smaller than a
standard forward assist. More importantly, on an AR15 or M16 equipped
with an ambidextrous charging handle, when the user pulls on the right
latch to load or reload the weapon, the rimless design allows for fluid
rearward movement of his hand and charging handle, without snagging on his fingernail or knuckle.
Here available as a bundle, it is a perfect solution for any serious shooter that trains and shoots from both shoulders.