If bundling, the discount should be automatically applied when both products are added to the cart.
This includes the lever and the pin it screws into. These will ship already assembled, ready for drop-in installation.
Black anodized safeties are now available. Unfinished safeties are out of stock for 1-2 months.
The ability to use your thumb is crucial.
To use your thumb while staying legal, your featureless grip must place your hand up behind the receiver.
For many right-handed users, however, this puts a standard safety just out of reach. For the longest time, the only option was an expensive hack: buy an ambidextrous safety, and retrain yourself to use your trigger finger.
That was the only option... until now.
Introducing the Resurgent Arms Featureless-Compatible Safety (patent pending). The only safety designed and precision-machined -- from the ground up -- to be compatible with the unique hand position of a featureless grip.
An extended lever arm brings the safety back within reach of nearly every thumb size.
A 45-degree throw, to allow easy rotation from SAFE->FIRE and back with a flick of the thumb.
The paddle has a complex shape, rigorously ergo-tested to give the following benefits:
Anti-slip grooves on the upper surface
An angled rear surface that reduces discomfort going from FIRE->SAFE
An extra-wide surface, so you can access the paddle without rotating your hand
Edges that taper in, so the paddle is less likely to catch on something.
Our goal was to make a product that approximates the normal thumb-activated safety movement you may be used to.
In a stressful moment, you want the safety to be as easy to use as possible.
Is this for right-handed shooters? What about left-handed shooters?
Yes, this safety is for right-handed shooters.
For lefties, featureless grips like ours actually work right out of the box with a standard safety -- you simply use your trigger finger instead of your thumb. Here's a short video demonstrating that.
By contrast, small-handed righties may not be able to reach a standard safety at all, so we wanted to solve that problem first.
If enough left-handed shooters are interested in a left-handed version, we will do one. Ditto for an ambidextrous version with levers on both sides.