The Toughest Ambi Safety You Will Ever Find-Anywhere!
Billet Steel Construction
Precision CNC Machined for a Long-Lasting, Wobble-Free Fit
Unique Hammer Pin Holds the Right Side Lever Securely Without Using The Grips
Pre-Shaped and Contoured for a Perfect, Comfortable Feel
Billet steel construction, precision CNC machined for a long-lasting, wobble-free fit. A unique hammer pin holds the right side lever securely in place without using the grips to hold your safety in place. Pre-shaped and contoured for a perfect, comfortable feel right out of the package.
Fitting is required, available in blue and stainless.
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|Product ReviewsClick here to review this item|
|High Quality Safety.||6/1/2021|
|As a wrong handed person getting into 1911s I decided to try this safety. I am very satisfied with it. I have not tried the other Wilson ambi safety, however I have tried another brand with the pin on style and it was junk compared to this one. The pin that holds the right side safety on is adjustable. So you can take any wobble out of it very easily. Only bad thing I can say is that make sure you polish the back side of the safety BEFORE trying to fit it. I didn’t read that far in the instructions and rubbed my frame a good bit during the fitting process. Not a huge deal to me but still doesn’t look the best. I polished it up once it was fit and the rubbing doesn’t to appear to have got any worse. That was my bad though. The tactical levers one is also perfect for Conceal Carry I think, not to big but plenty of real estate to disengage easily. Jason Burton also has a good video on YouTube about fitting the safety. Overall I’m very satisfied and will buy another.|
|Ruger SR1911 ambi install||12/21/2018|
|Install in my SR1911 was a breeze. Smooth positive feeling engagement/disengagement. There was minimal file work to fit the left side, and the hammer pin replacement setup was super simple to fit the right side. Pin replacement is a unique and novel idea similar to the ambi safety hammer pin used on the Sig 238/938. Want a quality ambi safety for your 1911, look no further.|
|- Don _P, NY|
|This Ambi safety was super easy to install in my Kimber Compact CDP II. No filing required it was a drop in fit. I replaced the original because the right side lever broke while shooting at the range. Down side of bulletproof parts are the price.... but it has a LIFETIME WARRANTY!!! I also had the option to replace the part with a cheaper one but I do not want this part to fail in a real life event. For lefty guys like me is really hard when we need to buy the completed set since right side only is not available. Right handed guys are lucky. LOL|
|- Ruben Rosado, TX|
|I forgot to mention. Im not a gunsmith. I just checked some videos on YouTube. I did the instalation of this thumb safety without prior experience.|
|Perfect fit for a S.A. TRP Tactical||10/4/2013|
|This Ambi safety was a sinch to install in my Springfield Armory TRP Tactical. No filing required it was a drop in fit. I like this better than the factory safety because its lean and mean !|
|- Adam C, PA|
|The safety dropped right in, no fitting. The hammer pin was easier than I thought. I didnt have to do any filing. I just put the pin in, without the hammer, and then backed out the screw until the left hand safety, without the right hand safety, worked freely. I then took the pin back out, loosened it a little, and applied lock tight. I then put it back to where it was, wiped it off, and rechecked the fit. When I saw it was ok, I took off the safety and let it set overnight. The safety somehow causes your hand to get a high and tight, not the hair cut, hold of the gun. I will never use another thumb safety again.|
|- George Cole, IL|
|I broke 2 Kimber ambi safeties before breaking down and spending the cash on this. I wish I would have bought this safety first. This part almost dropped in, I had to do some light filing to clear the sear. Bonus, the kimber hammer pin for the ambi safety fit this part perfectly so I didnt need to fuss with loctite, I have a single solid hammer pin. If you are on the fence about this part take the plunge. I would have saved myself some cash if I would have gotten this part first.|
|- Korey Raburn, ID|
|Overall this is a well made and finished part dropped in only very minor fitting 5 light file strokes to my Kimber. The only issue is that little screw for the hammer cross pin that retains the right side safety sucks had to be hand filed a lot took me a half hour to fit it in the safety correctly. I spoke with customer service thats what they told me would have to be done then tighten or lossen to fit. If your not sure what your doing dont work on it yourself.|