Breek Arms Warhammer Mod2 Micro Latch AR-15 Ambidextrous Charging Handle - Black

Manufactured by Breek Arms
Manufactured by Breek Arms
10 Reviews
$39.99 $44.99

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Upgrade your AR-15 charging handle for improved performance with the Warhammer Mod2 Micro Latch Ambidextrous Charging Handle from Breek Arms. The charging handle boasts a micro latch to reduce the chance of snagging on barriers, other gear, or your sling while shooting. Made for durability, the Warhammer Mod2 Ambi Charging Handle is made from 7075 aluminum with a type III hardcoat anodized finish. It features a slim, sleek design with a textured latch slightly wider than a standard charging handle, making it easy to grab from either side of the weapon. Relief cuts on the stem and a higher shelf protect the face from gas blowback to improve the overall shooting experience.
  • Compatible with all mil-spec AR-15/M16 Rifles
  • 7075-T6 aluminum construction
  • Type III hard-coat anodized
  • Micro latch design reduces snagging
  • Smaller ambidextrous release levers
  • Allows for one-handed manipulation
  • Protects face from gas blowback with high rear shelf and relief cuts
  • Easy to Install
  • Weighs less than 1 oz.
  • Made in America
  • Black
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BrandBreek Arms
Latch SizeShort Latch
MaterialAluminum - 6065-T6
Weight1 oz
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Ratings & Reviews

10 reviews


OK I guess

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Originally bought this for a build. It didn't fit in the Radical Firearms upper for the build, but it did fit in a PSA upper I had on another rifle. I swapped out the charging handles and now I'm good to go. 3 stars because although I found use for it, I can't use it in the rifle I wanted to. Time to find another ambi handle.

Breek Arms Warhammer Mod 2 Micro charging handle

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Great quality at a reasonable price. I’m pleased the purchase. A very nice upgrade compared to a Mil-spec charging handle!

Perfect size.

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I really like the Breek Arms charging handles and have been using the full size version for over a year. This micro is a much better size as I found the full size to be just a bit too wide and would hang up easily. The micro is awesome and the price is excellent.

Big improvement over stock charging handle


I haven’t shot it yet but the feel over the stock charging handle is much better than the original one. Based on other reviews on the internet I feel like it will perform well.

WarHammer for the Win…

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Definitely worth the money..

No problem

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Works as it should, good price and fast shipping

Great for Optics

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My Warhammer arrived quickly and well packaged, kudos to PAs same day shipping. The charging handle fits well in my mil-spec upper. I use an optic with a short eye relief, so it rides close to the charging handle and the extra width of the Warhammer makes it much easier to get an easy purchase for quick action. Great product for the money so far.

Great charging handle!

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Nice charging handle for the money. I've bought several and have never had a problem with then.


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I can't get this to fit in any of my PSA or BCA uppers, I can't even force them in........very sad

Gets stuck in receiver when trying to use it to charge rifle

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This charging handle will get stuck an inch or so from the point it unlatches from the tab on the receiver and cannot be used to actually charge the rifle I bought it for. This doesn't happen and has never happened with any of the other charging handles I have on hand (BCMs, Radians, a SOLGW that might actually be a Radian Raptor, an LMT, a generic mil-spec).

Even if the Warhammer MOD2 Micro Latch did work, the actual latches are so thin they'd be unnecessarily painful to use without gloves; cool looks and name aside, this would be a downgrade from a generic mil-spec IMO.