GG&G SCAR Enhanced Charging Handle

Manufactured by GG&G
SKU: GGG-1533
MPN: GGG-1533
Manufactured by GG&G
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The GG&G SCAR Enhanced Charging Handle is a simple solution to the major problem that often arises when mounting optics with a QD lever system to the SCAR MK16, MK17, 16S or 17S. This charging handle is angled downward to allow easy and safe operation of the charging handle and optic mounts! It even clears every optics mounting hardware that GG&G has tried. The GG&G Scar Enhanced Charging handle is manufactured from 4130 ordnance steel and manganese phosphate finished to military specifications.
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Latch SizeLarge Latch
MaterialSteel - 4130 Chrome Moly
PlatformFN Rifles

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A must on a SCAR


If you have optics on your SCAR, you need this angled charging handle. Makes charging more accessible and no more busted knuckles.

Pretty good replacement


If you're looking for a replacement for your stock charging handle then this would be a good option. The only problem I had with it was the inside bottom lip apparently was barely scraping the inside of my upper, but 3 seconds with a file took care of that. It's a good option if you're looking to avoid interference with any optics mount's hardware and your fingers.