TechWearUSA Introduces Tac-Latch AR-15 Charging Handles

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posted on April 11, 2017
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With the introduction of the new ARC-L and ARC-S Tac-Latch AR-15 charging handles, TechWearUSA offers consumers an innovative upgrade that provides easy ways to load and clear malfunctions for the popular AR rifle.

The new Tac-Latch ARC-S charging handle is designed with mil-spec parts and features rounded edges that will not catch on clothing, equipment or other hang-ups found in operating environments. The latch is constructed from billet aluminum and features a patent-pending ambidextrous design that provides extra operating capability for AR-15 operation. The latch features a hard-anodized finish and has been tested by professionals to ensure smooth operation.

The company also offers the new Tac-Latch ARC-L, which features lengthened extensions on both sides of the charging handle for easy ambidextrous operation. Unlike the ARC-S, the ARC-L features hooked latches that allow for fluid operation, even with a mounted optic. The ARC-L is constructed from the same billet aluminum as other offerings from the company and feature the same hard-anodized finish.

The suggested retail price for each of the TechWearUSA AR-15 charging handles is $80.

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