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Non upgraded version with lower qual steel and springs available for about 3 dollars less but why.

J's T-Rex ambi AR15 charging handle- RAPTOR style- This has the upgraded handles to 7051- upgraded springs.
Here is the latest ambi charging handle - This looks similar to a few of the $90+ charging handles on the market but it is not. The quality is the same, function is the same, BUT the price IS NOT.. * Made from only the highest quality Aircraft aluminum in upstate new york. * weights the same as a normal charging handle and installs the same * Works on all AR15 platforms * Easy to install * Ambi detach as you can pull the left or right hand side to release from the upper receiver. It is about the same weight as a normal Mil-Spec charging handle. The tab on the right side of the handle is connected to the left tab by a linkage so that the move together. You can pull either the right or left tab to unlatch the handle. Aluminum construction Blackened finish Ambidextrous functionality 5.56/.223/ 7.62x39 , 300 AAC , 6.8 etc.

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Get a life.

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Not Fraud

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Damn dude, you just don't give up do you? It's not fraud selling a knockoff. There is no patent protection on a charging handle of any kind or shape. I will copy and paste my last response to your ridiculous "legal expertise".

Why all the lawyer talk? Any idiot knows that an ambi ch for $15 isn't a Radian quality. Also, Davidson Defense doesn't have a stellar reputation among the gun community to start with. And knocking off or copying something isn't fraud nor illegal. If that was true, then there wouldn't be any ARs in existence except for the original Armalite Rifle (AR) of the 1950s. So, if Colt, S&W, Ruger, Springfield Armory, and thousands of others can copy an entire gun, why do you think it's fraud and illegal to copy a simple charging handle? And where did the 922R stuff come from? 922R has nothing to do with whether you have Chinese parts, Mexican parts, or Bulgarian in your build. The 2 best examples that I can think of when someone needs to be concerned with 922R compliance are the owners of CZ Scorpions (which I am) and of an AK that is made in China, Russia, or Eastern European. Foreign guns made in foreign countries need to be in 922R compliance. You came off as sounding smart, but your facts fell short

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Not a lawyer, but an engineer. You can buy these for $6 dollars in the China sites or for $10 bucks in ebay. Additionally, it is not about Radian quality or not - if you want a cheap one, this is not a deal regardless. The core of my point is about claiming to make something in a place where it is not made. It is about selling a cheap product and claiming it is 7075 and made in the USA (both are lies). Your point about fraud or copyright infringement (whatever) lacks the knowledge that patents and protections DO expire. However, it takes a few years for that, and the AR is a very old invention. And while I also explained that it would be rare for anyone to need to worry about 922R, it applies to my german made AR15 and import variants that I own, and that is why I threw it in there as a last comment. I also explained that it would be rare for anyone to need that. Relax and breathe - I am here merely calling out a crap product that can be purchased for much less and adding a few logical thoughts.

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For an engineer, or even a mere idiot, your thoughts weren't logical at all.......rather more comical. Plus, you made my point. Patents DO expire, if there ever was one, thus, not fraud...not illegal, as you keep insisting. And show me anywhere in your comments that you were referring to your German made AR with regards to this charging handle as it pertains to 922R. You didn't. You threw out a general statement implying that if anyone bought this Chinese made ch, they would have to concern themselves with 922R regs. Relax and breathe.......with some time you'll be able to start making sense.

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The made in New York claim is brave -because if you are lying, you are committing fraud - as that claim is protected by the FTC. Here is the observation after seeing this one in person: The similarity with the Chinese made handles are so close (it is precisely equal) that it should at least make folks wonder if this is the Chinese knockoff of the Raptor - which is basically how this one is described. BTW selling a knockoff is also a fraud... or is it that this is a knockoff of the knockoff?

I know that Stag offered this 'same' handle for sale claiming it was made in the US, and ultimately had to send a letter to all buyers offering a refund, after they found out their 'business partner' misled them about the origin.

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It is fraud if they're not made in New York.There is no patent which applies to winged changing handles (only style patents which include logos and such) so there is no knockoff fraud happening here.The CNC files are out there and these are perfectly legal to make and sell. Some of these $20 charging handles are high quality 7075 anodized made in USA and elsewhere. Some are crap. These are coated, not anodized, just like the Chinese ones so I also have doubts about the origin. I have some of these charging handles from LJs. They flex more than 7075 should. They work fine though.

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The big question is,why are charging handles so pricey in the first place?

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Thank you. Someone wants to get to the crux of the matter.

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