The new Armaspec Fulcrum Ambidextrous Safety Selector is available with a short 45-degree, full 90-degree or 45/90-degree throw cores.
With a low-profile design, the Fulcrum’s contact points are textured for thumb traction, and are rounded to roll across the thumb during engagement. This design provides additional tactile positional confirmation position than traditional wedge shapes and moves with the arc of the finger, transferring effort into moving the selector rather than resisting. In the end, Armaspec has produced a selector that is not only easier to feel through gloves or under duress, but also easier to activate.
Aside from lever shape and size, what’s most important in a safety selector is the drum and detent quality. Armaspec’s selector drum is precision machined from stainless steel and finished with a quench-polish-quench process for a smooth detent path. In conjunction with the company’s precision-made detents, the Fulcrum selector rests firmly in position, and quickly transitions to the next.
The Fulcrum has an MSRP of $44.99 and the aluminum levers are available in these colors: Black anodized, Red anodized, Blue anodized, OD Green Cerakote, Magpul FDE Cerakote and Bronze anodized. Go to armaspec.com.