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Battle Arms Development

Battle Arms Development Company Profile

Battle Arms Development Incorporated (more popularly known as BAD Inc.) is a minority owned, American small business.  The company was founded on July 4, 2009 with the intention of entering the highly competitive industry of small arms design, research and development.  All of B.A.D. In’s products are made right here in the United States and are held to the highest manufacturing standards so that they can not only meet the expectations of their customers, but exceed them as well.  Battle Arms is nor firmly established in the small arms industry and is known for their innovation and high quality products.  If you buy their gear, you will not be disappointed.

Safety selectors

The first Battle Arms Development product to get some significant notoriety was the Battle Arms Development Ambidextrous Safety Selector, more affectionately known as the BAD-ASS.  Simply put, this safety selector is bar none, the finest, most precisely manufactured product of it’s kind on the market today. Although it is a rather small part of the AR-15, it is immediately noticed by the used, since it is such a commonly used apparatus on the rifle.  Battle Arms made an industry first by offering such a numerous amount of different shaped and styled safety selector levers.  By allow the user such a wide variety of safety selector levers, Battle Arms allows it’s users to precisely configure their rifle how they would like to. 

Another innovation that Battle Arms Development brought to the market was their short throw safety selector.  As the name implies the short throw selectors decrease the rotation distance that the selector has to travel in order to engage the appropriate mode.  This can be advantageous in competitive environments where speed is essential. Additionally, the shorter throw allows for greater clearance and reduced incidental interference to the trigger finger knuckle.  As with the other BAD safety selectors, the levers on the short throw models can be swapped out and exchanged by the user to more appropriately match their preferences.  Although the Short throw safety levers have a huge advantage, they can only be installed on AR-15 lowers that are properly marked and machines to accept the short throw levers.  The short throw safety selectors are not compatible with all AR-15 lower receivers.

Enhanced pins

In addition to their ambidextrous safety selectors, Battle Arms Development also has enhanced pin sets (EPS) that replace the standard AR-15 takedown pin and pivot pin.  These pins have several advantages over standard AR-15 pin sets that make them desirable to users.  The takedown pins are extended by 0.030 inches over mil-spec.  Although this may not seem like a significant extension, this little extra allows you to push the pin out and get it started just that little bit extra without protruding so far when assembled that it interferes with your weapon manipulations.  The pin tips also have a cone shaped recess.  This allows you to use the tip of a bullet to push the pins out without having to worry about the bullet slipping off the tip.

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