- Material: 7075-T6 aluminum
- Fits all mil spec AR15/M16 Rifles
- Finish: Type III hard-coat anodized
- Perfect replacement for any factory charging handle
- Latches are also 7075-T6 aluminum
- Oversize ambidextrous release levers on both sides, 2.78" total width across the handles
- Set-Back Latches work great for large optics
- Allows for one handed manipulation
- Higher Rear Shelf and Relief Cuts to Divert Suppressor Gasses
- Weighs in just under 1 ounce!
- No gun smith required
- Made in America
Don't trust it? Easy, check out our Warranty & Refund Policy. You'll find that if at anytime the charging handle breaks or fails, we will replace it at no cost or give you a full refund for the lifetime of the product and even at this price point!
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You get a very nice charging for not a lot of money. It just as good as a radian handle for half the price. Fit is perfect
Fits perfect on my AR-15. Functions perfectly. Great quality and look.
Heard about this charging handle in a PCC forum. Outstanding for PCC’s! Very easy to charge the rifle in a match with my left hand while keeping the rifle steady with my right. I do not leave many reviews for products but I felt this product was certainly worthy of a 5 star review.
Nice quality but seems a little looser than my Radian raptors. Plus I thought it had a lifetime warranty but it's only 1 year.
Works great one of the best charging handles out there for scoped guns
Warhammer ambi charging handle
I was looking for a CH for a 300blkout build I’m working on. I am a lefty so needed ambi capability. Lot of options out there. However I wanted combination of price and quality. Found the warhammer during some searching. Had solid reviews and looks good. It’s not a radian but I also don’t need to spend $150 on charging handle. For less than half the price I went to the breek arms. Incredibly fast shipping. Product came and looks great right out of the package. Quality seems to be where I would expect. Simple operation and looks great. I have big hands so they’re great size without diving into extension models or it being tiny and hard to locate in pressure situation. I’ve not had it long enough or completed the build just yet to take it to the range. However I’m confident in it.