Thumb Safety, Ambidextrous, Tactical Levers, Stainless


Thumb Safety, Ambidextrous, Tactical Levers, Stainless
Rated 5/5 based on 6 customer reviews
$59.9500
Item Number: 192S
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Detailed Description

 

  • Tactical Ambidextrous Thumb Safety, Polished Stainless Steel
  • Fits: A thru O
  • Pkg. Includes: Safety

 

NOTE: Specifically Designed for Concealed Carry

The Tactical Ambidextrous Thumb Safety will allow your 1911 Auto to be operated with either right or left hand.  This is an essential feature for left handed shooters, but has many other uses including combat competition. Both levers are extended and serrated with the left side being slightly wider than the right.

Minor fitting required.

 

  Installation Instructions 




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5
M1991A1
Ordered for my 1991 and it needed a little fitting. Works well so far, Im sure it loosen alittle as it is used more. Thanks!
 
5
ambi thumb safety on sig 1912
Took a bit of fitting on a Sig 1911 tacops but well worth it. Looks great, feels great.
 
5
Great feel!!
Had to make a little mods with a file, but other then that great fit! Makes me fall in love with my Sig c3 1911 all over again!
 
4
so far so good
has a great feel to it and am excited to start carrying my 1911 now that i can easily manipulate the safety southpaw
 
5
Put one on my RIA
I put the 192s ambi safety on my RIA project gun. Quite easy to fit, and looks and functions great. Thanks for another Quality product Wilson Combat...
 
5
Added to my Smith & Wesson PC 1911 as the stock lever broke off
I had to file down the piece for a while to make it fit but after talking with my gun smith friend he stated that Smiths are known to be special! The part has been great! Not too hard to install and has stood up for me for almost a year no problems. I shoot about 300-400 rounds a week out of this gun and have done that for the last year. The stock lever didn’t last more than 5 months. Good part but just be ready to do a little bit of smithing if you own a Smith and Wesson 1911.