SN-ACH™ - Gen 2 (Suppressor Normalized Ambi Configurable Handle)

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The SN-ACH™ (Gen 2) (Suppressor Normalized Ambidextrous Charging Handle) is a patented, modernized, feature filled charging handle that will satisfy any AR15 user. The SN-ACH™ - Gen 2 features an improved gas check groove and an improved, forward-facing 60° gas vent that reduces gas in the face of the shooter when using a suppressor by ejecting it forward and to the side of the firearm. The revised Gen 2 SN-ACH™ also receives a beveled rear shoulder to capture gases escaping from the rear of the receiver and redirect them forward and to the sides instead of into the shooter's face. Improved fitment and machining of the Gen 2 SN-ACH™ creates a tighter seal between the handle and your upper receiver, resulting in decreased gas leakage at the rear of the receiver. 

Configurable levers were also added so that a user could choose to run the included large lever, which works with gloved hands, or purchase and modularly use the smaller levers (available separately) without having to buy an entirely new handle at an excessive cost. The bolt carrier engaging hook features durable reinforced geometry for 30% increase in strength over milspec handles and approximately 3 times as strong as inferior 6061 handles which routinely break under hard use. Fitment bearing surfaces on the handle mating ensures reduced wobble fitment with the AR15 and AR10 upper receiver. The handle is made from 7075-T6 aluminum and hard coated for optimal wear resistance- the Griffin SN-ACH™ (Gen 2) is the finest charging handle available for the AR series family of firearms.


SN-ACH™ 15: Fits all typical AR-15/M-4/M16 family firearms (1.3 oz weight)


  • 7075-T6 Aluminum Construction
  • Type III Hardcoat Anodized
  • Supports Ambidextrous Users
  • SN-ACH™ 15 Weight: 1.3oz



Additional Details

Type Of Part:
Charging Handle

2 Reviews

  • 3
    Not for upper end builds

    Published by Phillip Leon on 16th Apr 2024

    They work fine in my more economical builds. In a couple upper end billet builds, the ridge on top of the handle prevents it from seating or functioning. I was informed that these are designed to operate in standard mil-spec equipment. So, if you have higher end gear with tighter tolerances, stick with the Gen 1.

  • 5
    Gen 2 snach

    Published by Jb on 2nd Apr 2024

    The gen 1s were good, but I think the improvements in the gen 2s not only make sense on paper, but the taper for the rear of the charging handle does create a better seal when shooting suppressed. Also the 60 degree vs 90 degree just makes sense. Recommended.

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