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Introducing the Raptor-LT Ambidextrous Charging Handle for SIG MPX™. The patented Raptor provides improved ergonomics and functionality compared to the factory variants. Its ambidextrous design allows rapid palm “blading” or finger-thumb charging of the weapon, ensuring the motion is fluid and fast from either strong or support side. Utilizing the same patented ambidextrous functionality as its predecessor, the Raptor-LT handles are machined from 7075 aluminum, MILSPEC Type III hard anodized, then over-molded with high-strength, fiberglass reinforced polymer for the ultimate combination of strength, weight, and durability. The Raptor-LT is available in black, flat dark earth, and grey, all designed to match standard Magpul® color offerings. Like all Radian products, the Raptor-LT comes with a limited lifetime warranty, and is 100% designed and manufactured in the USA. SIG MPX & SIG MCX are Trademarks of SIG SAUER Inc. registered in the United States & Other Countries.
Information: To buy firearms and essential elements, you must have or be able to obtain a weapon permit (WES/SON/PAA/PAE) in Switzerland according to. (Art. 8 al. 1 LArm and ss and art. 15 al. 1 ss OArm)
If you fulfill this requirement and you purchase a firearm, please send us the WES / PAA to the following address: Dynamik Arms SARL/Gmbh, 124 route d Annecy, 1257 Croix-De-Rozon Suisse
To Buy ammunition, we will need a copy of of less than 2 years old weapon permit (Waffenerwerbschein (WES / PAA)) with the same caliber as the ammo purchased that can be simply sent pdf by e-mail.
WARNING: If you don't have such permit or have doubt on the possibility to obtain one, don't purchase the firearm, essential element or ammunition since we you will have a penalty of 30% of the firearm, essential element or ammunition sum for admin costs.
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Export notice: Certain items are controlled for export by the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). These controls take the form of export regulations and license requirements.