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POF .308 Tomahawk Ambidextrous Charging Handle
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Cover both sides of the “charge” by upgrading your current charging handle with the ambidextrous Tomahawk Charging Handle.
While the shape and laser engraving are inspired by the design of our POF-USA American Patriot Tomahawk, the Tomahawk Charging Handle has optimized functionality as well. For quick and efficient operation with either hand, It features over-sized levers on both sides to make palm “blading” or finger thumb charging a breeze.
All components have been CNC machined to exacting standards in the USA from American 7075 billet aluminum and finished with durable black type III hard coat anodize.
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Weight .10 lbs
Dimensions 7 x 5 x 5 in
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I built the rifle with a combat charging handle and might have set the scope back to far. With the new charging handle and moving the scope one notch forward. I now have no problem running the first round into battery. No longer being embarrassed having a problem bringing the charging handle far enough to strip the first round off the magazine.