Expo Arms AR-15 Ambidextrous Safety Selector
- 90° throw
- Ambidextrous levers
- Mil-Spec design
- Machined from steel
- Manganese Phosphate finish
- Utilizes 6-40 x 3/8 screws
- Compatible with AR-15 and AR-10 lowers
Expo Arms offers top-quality MIL-SPEC AR-15 components at rock bottom prices. Made in the U.S.A. and covered by Expo’s Limited Lifetime Warranty against manufacturer defects, material or workmanship problems, and even normal wear and tear.
California Prop 65 warning
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals, which are known to the State of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Ratings & Reviews
Inexpensive yet effective
by JJ -
Works as expected, there may be a slight gap on the right side but it doesn't affect performance at all. I put blue loctite on the screw as a prophylactic measure.
Quick easy affordable fix
by Russ -
As the other review mentioned, it does stick out slightly on the right side. But, operations and use are not affected. Great product, and does the job smoothly.
by Phil M
Prior to purchasing this I bought the BCM version of this or my BCM. This one however seems to be a nice alternative for a little less cash. I would'nt hesitate to purchase this again
Check fit first
by Juan -
Got this because I needed a cheap ambi part, got too trigger happy and painted it before I check fitment. Specs are either way off on my rifle or I got a bad switch. Lesson learned on my end.
It was good speaking to you and getting you taken care of. Please let us know if there is anything else we may help you with.
'Quality' USA Manufactured Safety Part
USA made quality at a very good price!
I've bought 2 of these ambi safeties so far. They fit and work in my mil-spec reciever. Major known AR brands use the same 'S' Schmid Tool manufacturer for these exact safety parts. Don't over pay, buy the EXPO brand because they are quality parts.
Junk -- out of spec parts
by JoeInMissouri -
These seem to be way out of spec and need hand fitting.
(At least I hope I can figure out how to hand fit them)
It was nice speaking to you on this issue. Please let us know if you need help on anything else.
I put in 3 mil-spec safety's and they have the correct clearance and they work as they should.
So far I have installed 3 different Expo arms ambi safety's and each of them is so tight that it takes a pair of pliers to rotate the safety on and off.
Not sure what the issue is yet but all of the milspec safteys that I put in work and all 3 of the Expo Arms safetys are are nightmarishly tight.
by Michael -
First time trying this. Can't go wrong for the price. I like the it has the allen head bolt, versus some of the others with the small torx head.
Better than Daniel Defense
by Hans Shaffer
Having had a great experience with my Expo handguard, I decided to take a chance on their ambi safety selector. It installed easily and functions very well- in fact, it feels superior to the safety on my buddy's DD Mk18! I'll be picking another one up for my other AR.
by Collin -
Installed this on my first build as I'm left handed. It went on without issue in my 17Design billet lower. As everyone else says, it sticks out slightly on the right hand side but it doesn't affect anything. It isn't very smooth, but that might be an issue with the lower, some oil could probably fix it. It's a quality, heavy piece for a nice price!
by Isaac -
Simple, straight forward, works well, good tactile feel to operation.
Would be awesome if a 45-60deg option was included as a possibility too