Strike Industries has just announced its newest aftermarket accessory for the SIG Sauer P320 platform – their Ambidextrous Side Charging Handle. This charging handle replaces your slide cover plate and can be reversed to accommodate left or right-handed shooters and also won’t interfere with the use of most slide-mounted red dot optics.
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Strike Industries Introduces Ambidextrous P320 Side Charging Handle
The Strike Industries Ambidextrous Side Charging Handle for SIG SAUER P320 is a user configured to be installed on either the left of right side of the slide. The length of the CH is designed to be compatible with most red dots on the market. A quick and easy installation with the steel rear Slide Cover Mount. Included rubber pads installed on the back side facing the slide help prevent marring of the slide finish/coating. No permanent modification of the weapon or slide required to install or use this P320 CH. Steel mount with lightweight aluminum charging handle. The Strike Industries Ambidextrous Side Charging Handle for SIG SAUER P320 is a stand-alone charging handle that adds an easy way of racking your P320 slide
-Configured to be installed on either left or right side
-Stand-alone P320 ambi side charging handle
-Charging handle length design to be compatible with most red dots on the market
-Quick and easy installation with steel rear Slide Cover Mount
-Included rubber pads to prevent marring of slide finish/coating
-No permanent modification of weapon required
-Slide Cover Mount made from S45C steel with HRC40-45 heat treatment and black oxide finish
-Charging Handle made from 6061-T6 aluminum
COMPATIBILITY: SIG SAUER P320 slides with rear dovetail
The new Strike Industries Ambidextrous Side Charging Handle is available for $39.95 directly from the Strike Industries website. The charging handle comes with all of the mounting hardware and tools you’ll need to add this accessory to your own P320. For more information, you can visit https://www.strikeindustries.com/.
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