INTRODUCING THE ELFTMANN TACTICAL PUSH BUTTON AMBIDEXTROUS SPEED SAFETY Posted on 02 Nov 18:51 , 0 comments
***THIS PRODUCT HAS NOT OFFICIALLY BEEN ANNOUNCED BY ITS MANUFACTURER ELFTMANN TACTICAL AS OF THE DATE OF THIS POST. THIS IS AN AUTHORIZED ANNOUNCEMENT***
Ground Zero Precision is proud to be the first announce the latest AR innovation from Elftmann Tactical; the Push Button Ambidextrous Speed Safety!
Some History: Elftmann Tactical has been an innovator in the firearms accessories market for quite a while now. Their first product to market was their AR-15 Dual Trigger (D-TR), a first-of-its-kind accessory for the AR-15 (or any firearm, for that matter). When Mr. Elftmann added needle bearings and a drop-in housing it was a natural progression to develop conventional single triggers with needle bearings and the ELF drop-in trigger was born.
Many unique features set Elftmann firearm accessories apart from all others including ultra-precise machining, needle bearings, adjust-ability, drop safety, full 1/4” width dis-connector, ease of installation and modular design. Elftmann Tactical has quickly become respected as a leader in innovative solutions for the competition shooting, firearm enthusiast, military, and law enforcement markets.
Take your speed of engagement to a new level!
This push button ambidextrous speed safety is the latest innovation from Elftmann Tactical. Quickly take your AR from safety to ready to fire and back to safety with the simple push of a button. With no rotation necessary, no shifting of the shooters hand needed, this is the fastest safety selector to engage and dis-engage on the market. In stock and available today for only $39.95 only at Ground Zero Precision.
- Push Button Safety Design
- Ambidextrous Operation
- Extremely Fast On-Off
- Precision Machined From Gun Quality Tool Steel
- Durable Black Oxide Finish
- Compatible With All Mil-Spec Receivers
- Includes Detent
- Designed and Manufactured in the United States
- Lifetime Guarantee
See a sneak peak video of the Elftmann Tactical Push Button Ambidextrous AR Speed Safety by PracticallyTactical.com here: