Radian Raptor Charging Handle Red & Blue
- Maximum Purchase:
- 5 units
Similar to the original Radian Raptor charging handle but super charged with bright Competition Red and Blue anodizing!
The Raptor is ambidextrous in design with both left and right side handles being extended as well as textured with vertical serrations to provide a secure grip no matter the conditions. They are extended enough for good purchase even around low mounted scopes and other equipment, but not so much that they are a nuisance.
Above: The Raptor charging handle is approx. 0.517" wider than the original AR15 charging handle. Note the Raptor's right side handle is extended more than the left to clear the forward assist button.
The right-side lever is extended slightly more than the left to account for the forward assist button on most AR15 upper receivers. This well thought-out ambidextrous design allows rapid charging of the weapon from either strong or support side.
The Raptor Competition charging handle is precision manufactured from the same high-end aircraft grade 7075 aluminum that quality MIL-SPEC uppers are made from and then hard anodized. The Radian Raptor Ambi Charging Handle comes with a limited lifetime warranty, and is 100% designed and manufactured in the USA.
Whether you are getting parts together for a build or are just looking for an upgrade to your current rifle, the Raptor Competition charging handle by Radian Weapons is a solid choice that won’t let you down.
Above: The Raptor charging handle weighs 1.3 ounces.
For use in AR15/M4/M16 pattern rifles.
Not compatible with AR10 rifles. For AR10 see here AR10 Charging Handles
|Radian Raptor||The Original (BLK, FDE, GRY)|
|Radian Raptor Radian Brown||Radian Brown Handles|
|Radian Raptor Radian Grey||Radian Grey Handle|
|Radian Raptor NP3||NP3 Coated|
|Radian Raptor LT||Lighter Weight|
|Radian Raptor SD||Silencer Optimized|
|Radian Raptor SL||Slimline Handles|
|Radian Raptor SD-SL||Slimline + Silencer Optimized|
Want a deep dive into all the models? See our Raptor Charging Handle Review