Strike Industries ARCH AR-308 Charging Handle - Standard Latch - Black

Manufactured by Strike Industries
Manufactured by Strike Industries
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Strike Industries products are designed by shooting experts for the shooting sportsman.

The SI AR Charging Handle is machined from a 7075-T6 aluminum forging then hardcoat anodized. A raised rear lip helps divert harmful gasses, oil, and dirt away from the shooter, while its polished surface and ergonomic design make for a smooth, reliable action. Built for durability, the SI ARCH is a quality charging handle that will serve your large frame AR well.

NOTE: Not compatible with DPMS GII rifles.


  • Standard latch
  • 7075-T6 forged aluminum
  • Polished surface for smooth charging
  • Hardcoat anodized
  • Ergonomic feel
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BrandStrike Industries
Latch SizeShort Latch
ManufacturerStrike Industries
MaterialAluminum - 7075-T6

WARNING: This Product can expose you to chemicals which is known to state of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information, see

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Gets the job done, but is smaller than it looks in the photos.

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This charging handle is a step up in size and grip from an AR15 mil-spec charging handle, but in my aero precision upper and lower with aero precision rifle length kit with buffer, spring, and tube it is kinda tough to pull back. It seems to be getting easier with time but only by a little bit. The price is a good value. It can be tougher with a low mounted scope, I ordered taller rings. I thought about ordering a larger charging handle, but I plan on hunting big game in the mountains with my 308v so I opted for a smaller size to avoid snagging on brush or backpack webbing, etc. It's definitely not made for one finger charges while trying to hold your cheek weld and stay on target while racking a round of clearing a malfunction, etc.