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Old 04-17-2013, 09:48 PM   #1
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Hi everyone. I'm wanting to put on an ambi safety selector on my ar 15. I was wondering what are some goods ones out there and who makes them? Thanks
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Old 04-17-2013, 10:36 PM   #2
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I have the Battle Arms Development ambi safety, or better know as the B.A.D.A.S.S safety. Highly recommended. It's very smooth and easy to engage/disengage. Comes with two different lever setups for the right side. I feel it was worth the 60.00 I paid for it at PSA.
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I have the B.A.D also and really like it. Looks killer too. If you really are primarily a righty, I would recommend the smallest low profile option the have for the right side.

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Theres one out there by defence package that is a short throw. I run a stag arms ambi. works great. Sucka being a lefty
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I have a J&P enterprises, works for me on my M forgery but doesn't work with some of the expensive triggers like the Wilson TTUM2 in my 308.
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I have a B.A.D.A.S.S. 45 degree with standard on the lh and hybrid lever on the right. Its awesome.

They also mke a 90 degree and are coming out with a 60 degree.
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I use Spike's or Kies. Got them from Joebob. They are about $30 price range. Both work flawlessly and i see no reason in myself to get those Badass ones.
Ps: I prefer the Kies's than the Spike's.
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If you don't want to spend $ 60 on one with a fancy name, Rock River makes some nice ones for $25. The thing I like about these is the set screw is on the inside, so you don't see the allen head screw on the outside. 384
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I do like that rock river arms
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I use the Noveske/magpul 60 ambi selector. Its been great so far, especially for the price
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