Phase 5 Tactical Extended Ambidextrous Bolt Release V3
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- Ambidextrous bolt release
- Lightweight, one-piece construction
- Heat treated, 8620 high strength carbon steel
- Grip serrations on the bolt release lever
- Improved magazine follower catch
- Enlarged index finger tab for bolt release
- Includes one 3/32 roll pin for installation
- Weight: .7 oz.
There are deep serrations on the large finger tab and on the elbow joint of the latch that allow you to get enough friction when pressing down to make sure that your finger does not slip off. Add this simple modification to your AR15, throw in some range time, and you will begin to see why tactical trainers and LE officers trust the Tactical Extended Bolt Release V3.
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Ratings & Reviews
Phase 5 EBRv3= Great Design, Build, Look & Tacticool
by NATHAN CUNNINGHAM
I have both the BAD Lever & the EBRv3. I had no issues with the BAD levers screw coming loose and the only thing I didn't care for was the side to side movement from the bolt catch itself and nothing to do with the BAD Lever itself and I figured maybe replacing it with the Phase 5 one piece that it would fit tighter per some reviews saying the EBRv3 took out the extra play. Well first off the Phase 5 lever moves around just as much as the BAD Lever and made no difference in that respect. The EBRv3 is very cool looking and I like the skeleton frame this lever has. I also like the EBRv's grip on the bottom left side & right side of lever. Has no problem locking bolt back and releasing it and it may actually take a little less force to release then the BAD lever. All in all this lever really sets my M&P15 apart from most other ARs in my area but @ twice the cost.
This is a Gotta Have It, Once You Experience it!
I agree with the first poster. I have probably used these on 20 or so builds. They allow one to maintain their firing hand in the vicinity of the trigger. Most of what we have used were V2, however, we have used a V3, and the changes are subtle, but meaningful. We have observed that "new shooters" appreciate things that reduce the number of things they have to remember, and this accessory falls in that category, because everything is happening in the same general area. One great advantage is that it takes little room in the trigger area. One word of caution, if one is going to install it on their own, it takes caution to drive the old pin halfway out, because the "real estate" is pretty tight. Use painters tape, about 3 layers deep on the receiver, on both sides of the pin. Go slow, and careful - and the result will be an incredibly helpful accessory.
Buy it, You’ll like it!
by Davidj281 -
Ok I have this and a BAD lever. The bad lever moves a bit due to the fact it is screwed around the bolt release. This one “is” the bolt release and lever in one. It is rock sold. I have it installed on an Aero and Anderson lower. No play and much sturdier than the magpul one but it’s double the price. I think it’s worth it.