Pike Arms Left Hand Safety for Ruger 10/22, charger, & PC Carbine
Although your 10/22 rifle is engineered for right hand shooters, you can easily replace the safety to accomodate a left hand shooter. The installation of a left hand safety will enable the safety to more easily utilized and will facilitate operation for all phases of shooting whether hunting, plinking or for serious rimfire competitive matches.
Installation is quick and easy and requires no gunsmithing or modification to your rifle.
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This thing is awesome and easy to change. Grab your current safety with pliers twist about 20 degrees line up the new safety with the one that is in your rifle. Push the new safety in and chase the old one out. You may need to wiggle it a little to get the pin to set but it can be done without taking your rifle apart. I have a left handed rifle with 5 minutes of effort. awesome.
I was happy to see it was it was metal. Not that I have issues with polymer parts but I just assumed the new safety would not be metal. The installation was easy if you follow the instructions on Pike Arms website. Plus, these left hand safeties are not very common. I had to look a long time to even find one. That sucks because it's already hard to be left handed when nearly all guns are made for right handed people. The least we could get is some parts that make it easier. Plus that's just more money to shoot the same gun. I do appreciate Pine Arms for making this safety. It helps a ton to not have to switch my hands around just to put the gun on fire. I did not have to remove any trigger parts to install. Just use the new safety to push out the old one.
easy change out
The part is very well made, fits and works properly. I had an issue with installation on a Ruger PC carbine, but a call to the staff helped me complete the project.
Good product. Machined metal. Installation was easy without any tools.
Already had one on the 10/22. This was for the PC Carbine. Easy to install. Works like stock, but on the correct side.
I have used the Pike Arms left hand safety in a 10/22 takedown, a 10/22 harger, a PC Carbine and a PC Gharger. It has functioned exactly like the standard right had safety, but reversed. This is the best left hand safety because it is the same size as the Ruger right hand safety and does NOT interfere with the stock during disassembly. The best left hand safety.