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Out of the packaging I have always been impressed with the feel of GG&G accessories. They seem very well built and finished. But, they are pricey and I have always ended up a bit disappointed. The latest round for my Scar17 has been a bust.

GGG-1533GG&G SCAR Enhanced Charging Handle
I ordered the GG&G angled charging handle because of my Acog. It is very sloppy. The OEM handle has some play to be sure, but the GG&G has a lot more. It rattles quite a bit. I liked the griped surface of the HDD version better, but they were out of stock. Any Suggestions on a better slanted charging handle?


GGG-1583GG&G SCAR Quick Detach Rear Sling Attachment
Terrible. The QD just pops out. You also have to take out 2 of the screws on the scar and replace them with the longer GG&G screws. Not sure I like messing with the factory screws on the upper. I called GG&G and they had me send them back, since clearly this is a faulty manufacturing issue.

I bought the PMM version and what an improvement! They do not require messing around with the screws, are a perfect fit and function flawlessly. I also liked the fact that the rear mount can be 360 degree and have the fronts locked. Customer service was great too. PMM is the only way to go as far as I'm concerned.


GGG-1620GG&G Quick Detach Side Sling Attachment for Dovetails
Worked but a bit bulky and has giant ugly logo. The PMM version is much smaller, works great and looks like it came on the rifle.

Again, any Suggestions on a better slanted charging handle?
 

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Stryker Enterprises E.A.C.H. You'll love it.
 
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+1 more for SE and PMM, both offer very high quality solutions for our beloved SCAR's, I'd also like to add KDG to the mix.
 
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I have the pmm front qd. When I sbr had to remove the ggg front extended rail which has a qd socket. The pmm one works perfect. I already had ggg rear ones and would have got pmm if I didn't already have them.

Stryker each charging handle ftw! Have it on both scars but my dad liked the ggg one more so guess everyone has Their preference

i have the pmm extended mag release also but was only able to instal one of them. I really like it but for whatever reason the pin in one scar won't come out. But with the one I was able to instal is two thumbs up you would like it
 

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Damn of course it went on sale after I bought the QD mount...
 

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I have the pmm front qd. When I sbr had to remove the ggg front extended rail which has a qd socket. The pmm one works perfect. I already had ggg rear ones and would have got pmm if I didn't already have them.

Stryker each charging handle ftw! Have it on both scars but my dad liked the ggg one more so guess everyone has Their preference

i have the pmm extended mag release also but was only able to instal one of them. I really like it but for whatever reason the pin in one scar won't come out. But with the one I was able to instal is two thumbs up you would like it
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billy If you want to send me your lower I can remove and install you mag button for you.
 

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The EACH is a nice charging handle to run. A big +1 for PMM QD sling mount, as you said about GG&Gs rear sling attachment, a lot of people have Bubba'ed up the rear screws in a attempt to install GG&Gs QD rear sling mount. I would avoid that potential mess at all cost, those screws are usually very tight with no room for error, or it just turned into a project.
 

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The EACH is a nice charging handle to run. A big +1 for PMM QD sling mount, as you said about GG&Gs rear sling attachment, a lot of people have Bubba'ed up the rear screws in a attempt to install GG&Gs QD rear sling mount. I would avoid that potential mess at all cost, those screws are usually very tight with no room for error, or it just turned into a project.
Yeah, those rear screws were very tight. It was almost to the point where I was almost going to strip them. I think I lucked out. By contrast, the PMM QD's were a piece of cake to install.
 
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