NcStar AR-15 Detachable Carry Handle in Black
The NcStar Detachable AR Carry Handle fits most any flattop AR-15 upper receivers and comes complete with an A2 style rear sight with a large and small aperture. Full-length steel rail clamp provides secure attachment to the upper receiver. Mounts with two thumb nuts, no tools required for mounting. High-quality aluminum and steel construction.
Features and Benefits of NcStar AR Carry Handle:
- Classic A2 Rear Sight Design (Dual aperture) – Adjusts for Elevation and Windage
- Mounts via two Thumb Nuts, no tools required for mounting
- Aluminum & Steel Construction
- Length: 6.9"
- Weight: 9.1 oz
The distinction between inferior quality and premium AR Carry Handle is undeniable. At MSP, we only offer AR Accessories from the most trusted brands like NcStar. Buy with confidence that we stand behind the product we sell.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
AR Carry handle sight
instead of spending on back up iron sights, and scope went old school and used f mark front sight, and this ar 15 carry handle with the rear sight, its a matter of choice,
AR rear sight carry handle is a Good buy
I bought this for a basic AR build. I wanted iron sights with a carry handle. Easy, secure fit. I bought a 2nd one after the first worked so well. The second didn't center quite as good, requiring its sight to be moved all the way left to zero the weapon. I decided to tweak it myself versus return it and wait for a replacement to come. A little patience and time made it sit much better and zero true. I feel that for starting out Old School, it's spot on for the cost!
Detachable carry handle with a2 rear sight
For the price, this puppy is pretty sweet. The ar15 detachable carry handle mounted easily and quickly. Zeroed with three rounds and held zero through forty rounds. If you're on a budget or just getting started this is a good choice.
AR carry handle sight
I bought this AR carry handle sight for my S&W M&P 22-15, It looks good and so far is staying tight and zeroed, I figured it would be OK on a 22LR, I can tell the difference compared to my Rock River, but that one was over $100, only time will tell.
Ncstar carry handle
I have purchased three of Ncstar carry handle. I bought one to try, and liked it, and have bought two more. NcStar also makes a rail mount for the handle which allows you to mount a Red-dot on the rail above the handle sight. This lets you use the iron sights through the mount channel. I don't think MSP sells these. I haven't seen them here. Anyway, I like mine.
ar carry handle
I bought this detachable carry handle as opposed to other more expensive brands because I can see no apparent difference. I used these on an AR-Stoner upper, a PSA, and an M&P15, and they all work fine as frog's hair. Hundreds of rounds fired and not even the hint of a wiggle. I used blue locktite, and that pretty much ended it. Using these on a non-mil-spec upper will result in the problems in the previous reviews. The problem isn't the product; it's the people who don't know what they're doing.
Excellent AR Carry Handle
I was skeptical about buying this. I didn't want some cheap knock off on my brand new S&W M&P15. To my pleasure, the fit and finish are outstanding! It looks like it came with the rifle! Phew! Very happy so far. The AR Detachable Carry Handle is easy to mount. The Sights flip-up/down for long/short range. Nice secure fit. Didn't want to spend another $300.00 plus for optics and batteries. I like the essential M-16 look as we had in the military. Excellent Carry Handle, I would buy it again.
This transport handle is sufficient for its intended purpose as a cheap back sight for my use. It might be better. The rear sight wiggles somewhat, but not adequate to move the aperture to bring you off target. It does not rattle, but the looseness of it's notable enough to whine about if I am nitpicky. The matte finish on it fits my uppers well. There is no hint of gloss in any respect. The thumb nuts tighten very well by hand. I used a flat head screwdriver to snug mine down on the railing. I have not added a drop of thread locker, but I likely will before I head to the range. I was also able to bore sight inside my house and this almost lined up correctly when replacing my old back sight. In general, I would say it is a decent transport handle if you are not looking to invest considerably.