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Knights Armament Co AR-15 Ambidextrous Magazine Release Kit Black 20470

Knight's Armament Co
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The KAC ambidextrous magazine release is easily installed into any standard Mil-spec AR-15 lower receiver. The KAC magazine release do not require and modifications to the host firearm or the lower receiver. Included with the kit is an installation wrench.

Specifications and Features:
Knights Armament Co Part 20470
Ambidextrous Magazine Release
For AR-15 type rifles
Does not require a modification to the host firearm

Total number of Reviews: 3

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5.0 5
"Just finished installing this ambi mag release on my lefty-AR, Stag15-2L. Install was a snap. The new \"left-side\" lever sits just above the trigger guard area, so activation w/my trigger finger feels very natural. The supplied \"right side\" round mag release button is larger than I would've liked, and sticks out further than I expected, but that's irrelevant. It's now my \"secondary\" mag-release. Because of where this new lever sits on the left side, this item may physically conflict with Magpul's B.A.D. lever, as it would cross right over it, though I haven't tried it. Shipped quickly from CTD, as usual!"
5.0 5
"I can't be happier with my new lefty mag release. Install was easy and the ease of use is insane. To put it another way, I'm glad I only need my left hand to operate it cause now my right hand is busy. Yeah, its that good."
4.0 5
"I have a S&W M&P15. Troy's ambi mag release would not work because the left side release button could not be set or depressed due to a metal ridge on the lower receiver in front of the trigger. Knight's ambi mag release worked great. Same price as the Troy. Also, I recommend keeping the stock mag release button on the right side instead of the one that comes with the kit. It's easier on the installation and "cleaner" looking and feeling on the rifle."