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Thread: Best Ambi Selector (lightweight)?

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    Troy amd radian, i love both, if i had to pick between the 2, troy for tactile positivity, radians for smoothness and quietness

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    Quote Originally Posted by RHINOWSO View Post
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    Aww, come on, that was good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GH41 View Post
    You could cut the fingers off a surgical glove for improvised rubbers that fit.
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    I have BAD, Talon, V-Seven on several rifles. My last few builds have been all been done with milspec selectors. They all get the job done but some do it cheaper.
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    I've got Talons and a BAD-ASS. Both are very good. If I had to choose one it would be the Radian Talon. Just seems smoother and more positive and no screw on the off side to worry about getting lost.

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    I am a big fan if the seekins ambi selectors. Most of my rifles have one. They don't break the bank either at under 40.00

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