Sons of Liberty Gun Works Quick Ambi Safety Q Levers, Long/Short



Product Description

The Quick Ambi Safety and FCD’s ASF is a joint project between SOLGW and FCD. The two companies have been collaborating on a few projects, starting with the 4140 steel MLOK sling mount (MSQ-H) and now the Quick Ambi Safety. Ambidextrous controls allow the user to manipulate the safety with both hands with the option of a 50 or 90-degree throw. The user also has the choice to prioritize one side as the traditional length with the opposing side being shorter to not impede on normal handling of the firearm.

The Quick Safety was designed from the ground up to be a defense/duty/combat safety selector, its mission is quite aptly reflected by the way its levers are attached to the center, via a stainless steel roll pin. The lever to the center interface is immensely strong, the high shear strength (800 lbs) 420 stainless steel spring steel roll pin simply holds the two in place and doesn’t handle any load. One of the design goals dictates there be no wobble between the lever and center, they called for very tight tolerances (+0.001/-0.00) on ASF’s lever and center interface to achieve that.

Q levers are offset levers, shifting the lever closer to the shooter’s thumb when the selector is on SEMI/FIRE, enabling the user to more easily rotate it back to SAFE without shifting his grip. For that reason, q levers are side specific, the q lever’s “leg” should always be biased towards the top. With the selector on SEMI/FIRE, the q lever should look like a letter q (hence its name).F


  • Selector spring
  • KNS nitrided selector detent
  • Two levers
  • Roll Pins


  • Throw: 50/90-Degree
  • Material: 8620 Steel
  • Finish: Black Nitride
  • Shipped with selector spring
  • Collaboration with Forward Controls Design
  • Made in the USA.


Technical Information

Color / Pattern


8620 Steel



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