Timber Creek Outdoors Ambidextrous Safety Selector - OD Green
- Drop in replacement for MIL-SPEC
- Modular and ambidextrous
- Configurable for 45-degree or 90-degree use
- Compatible with AR-15 or AR-308
- Lightweight aluminum levers
- Olive Drab Green Cerakote finish
Ambidextrous safety selectors make manipulating your rifle fast and easy in nearly any position. Being able to change your rifle's condition from 'safe' to 'fire' with your thumb and from 'fire' to 'safe' with your index finger is faster and more convenient. Being able to make that change with just 45-degrees of motion is one of the best upgrades available for your carbine. Of course, the AMBI SS can also be configured for traditional 90-degrees of throw as well.
Timber Creek Outdoors has over 50 years of experience in the outdoor industry and since 2015 has been translating that experience to firearms accessories! Their ever-expanding line of parts and accessories is proof of their commitment to quality and innovation. As further proof, every Timber Creek Outdoors product is backed by a lifetime warranty.
Ratings & Reviews
by Weston -
I wish I could include a picture to show just how poorly manufactured this product is compared to my origional no name selector switch. Since I cant, all I will say is that not only is this product poorly made, but it does not function as it should due to bad fitment. Thank God I did a functions check before actually using this product in the field. The safety position was engaged yet I was still able to release the hammer multiple times. Upon further investigation I found multiple areas of this part that are simply wrong and certain edges that should be beveled for proper fitment are not. This product will get someone killed and I am disgusted that products like this are sold to people who may not notice the problems with it until it's too late. Disgraceful.
<br>From PA: We're very sorry you received a defective safety. We'd be happy to take it back and swap it out for you.
by Evan -
The offhand paddle is so tiny it is nearly hidden by the selector stop of the receiver. The main reason I stopped by was to see if they sold just the paddle. If not I'll have to replace the entire unit as it's largely unusable as is.