Radian Talon 45/90 Ambi Safety Selector 2 Lever Kit – AR15


Radian Talon ambidextrous Safety Selector.

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The Talon™ ambidextrous safety selector is a modular design that can be installed as a standard 90° or as a 45° short throw by simply rotating the shaft 180° inside the lower receiver.

Selector levers install using a precision machined dovetail interface with spring-loaded retention stud to lock the lever in place – no screws to come loose or break.

The Talon is compatible with most semi-automatic AR15 & AR10/SR25-pattern rifles as well as MCX and MPX platforms.

  • Designed & Manufactured in the USA
  • 2-Lever Combo: Short + Long
  • Levers Machined from Billet aircraft grade aluminum w Milspec Type 3 Hard Coat Anodized Finish or Cerakote
  • Center Shaft Machined from Hardened Steel w/ Black Nitride Finish

Patent Number: US9557128

Additional information

Weight .1 lbs
Dimensions 5 × 5 in

4 reviews for Radian Talon 45/90 Ambi Safety Selector 2 Lever Kit – AR15

  1. dustinlavergne (verified owner)

    Absolutely the BEST ambi selector on the market! Stoked that Ape Defense carries the most quality products. Not to mention the Ape products are of high quality as well.


    -Thanks ApeDefense

  2. Grant Carr (verified owner)

    I’ll be honest, I always avoided these because of the cost for what it is. I always thought, “Why buy one of these when you can get any generic old ambi 45⁰ safety for $20-$30? After all, the safety is not a mechanical moving part and it’s not a high-stress area or anything. It’s just a lever. Why splurge?” I decided to for once just to see. Firstly, it is screwless, which is something I never paid any attention to before getting it. It uses a captive spring and detent in the same fashion that a pivot pin does. That alone is worth the difference. Secondly, the action is the smoothest of any I’ve ever used, yet it is still among most tactile. I’d probably give the edge to the Timney 49er in tactility, but only marginally. However the Timney is not quite as smooth and uses a screw to retain it. Installation of the Talon is a breeze, and it looks great to boot. I’ll definitely splurge on one of these for any future builds.

  3. ojuelle89 (verified owner)

    One of my favorite ambi selectors, good quality, easy to install and very well made.

  4. Robert Hubbard

    By far my favorite ambi that I’ve had. No more worrying about screws backing out.

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