Troy Industries Ambidextrous AR-15 Magazine Release
Enhance your shooting experience with the Troy Industries Ambidextrous AR-15 Magazine Release. This ambi magazine release features an innovative design that replicates the standard magazine release button's feel and length but also caters to left-handed shooters and one-handed magazine changes.
Crafted from billet tool steel, the Troy Black Magazine Release is built for rugged use and can withstand the rigors of repeated fire without overheating. Its rugged, single-piece design enhances standard magazine releases, ensuring easy and smooth one-handed operation.
- Heavy-duty single-piece design
- Feels similar to a standard magazine release button
- Accommodates both right and left-handed shooters
- Billet tool steel construction
- Black finish
Upgrade your shooting game with the Troy One-Handed Magazine Release. Rugged and stylish, this innovative product is available in black. Trust in the Troy Industries Ambidextrous AR-15 Magazine Release for a streamlined and improved shooting experience.
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
A good alternative for an ambi control. Doesn't stick out to far or call attention to itself. I bought my first one on a whim, now I have them installed on all my ARs.
I am more comfortable shooting from the left so adding the mag release to a right handed rifle made sense. The mag release was easy to install. I would use it other builds.
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by Lance mehle
Way too easy! Items arrived within 2 days and in perfect condition.Will absolutely buy from them again!
Great for lefties -- with a little bit more info
I bought this for my S&W M&P15 Magpul MOE. It has a forged receiver and would not work in that gun due to interference with one of the strengthening ribs. However all was not lost! I had a mil-spec Anderson Manufacturing AM-15 stripped lower receiver that I built for an SBR and it worked like a champ in that receiver. So my bottom line is check your receiver! Works awesome in mil-spec receivers but may not work in forged lowers etc. Overall a nice product.
by Joe L.
Although I'm right handed I shoot lefty due to comfort and my lh eye being my better one. This makes life easier on my "featureless" build. Got tired of the BB hindrance.
installed easily and functions with little effort to release the mag. great product and well made.
by Seth -
As many other people have said, this is a great part by a reputable company, but it just magically seems to not work in some lowers. Mine was no exception; it did not work in 2 of my MAG tactical (now manufactured by Fostech) lowers at all, but worked FLAWLESSLY in my Anderson lower. I spent about an hour examining the parts and lowers, and at this point the only difference of any kind seems to be the depth of the mag retention/release bar slot. The Troy release worked fine in the Anderson which had a depth of .160 (nominal), but the deeper slot (.187 nominal) of the MAG lower seems to have prevented the bar from catching on the magazine. When I replaced the Troy part with a standard bar, I achieved the same flawless function I am used to. So just check first! its a REALLY awesome part for ambi/southpaw shooters like me, and I"m glad I have it for use in my Anderson lower.
Troy Ambi Mag Release
I run 3 of them on 3 different guns. They are the BEST! I just ordered another for a new build.
by lance -
Great product works very well. The ergonomics of where the lever and my finger match are nice. My only complaint is that it's kinda of pricey and if it wouldn't have been on sale I probably wouldn't have bought it. If you can deal with have the mag release on the right side I would just do that.