Experience unmatched precision and durability with the Battle Arms BAD-EMR Enhanced Magazine Release, expertly crafted from precision CNC machined billet 7075-T6 Aluminum. This material choice ensures exceptional strength, resistance to wear, and top-notch performance.
The BAD-EMR’s 7075-T6 Aluminum construction surpasses commonly used 6061 Aluminum, offering superior strength. Its anodized finish not only enhances aesthetics but also provides outstanding resistance to wear and corrosion. The highlight of this release is its distinctive fully solid V-shaped button face with horizontal serrations, designed for ergonomic handling and improved control.
Weighing a mere 0.002 lbs, the BAD-EMR features a lightweight, skeletonized back to maintain weight equilibrium with the standard mil-spec release. This meticulous design allows for a seamless replacement in any compatible lower receiver. Elevate your AR-15 or AR-10 with the BAD-EMR for enhanced functionality and ergonomic performance, whether you’re a competitive shooter, recreational enthusiast, or professional operator.
The BAD-EMR’s anodized finish adds an elegant touch to your firearm while providing an essential protective layer against wear, corrosion, and scratches. Its smooth, tactile feel enhances the overall user experience. Designed with ergonomics in mind, the BAD-EMR’s fully solid V-shaped button face with horizontal serrations offers a comfortable grip and precise control, with built-in safeguards against slippage and drag during operation.
Invest in the Battle Arms BAD-EMR Enhanced Magazine Release, designed to be universally compatible with all lower receivers accepting mil-spec magazine release buttons. Regardless of your specific AR-15 or AR-10 model, enjoy enhanced functionality through this precision CNC machined release. Upgrade today to unlock the full potential of your firearm with unrivaled precision, durability, and ergonomics.
- Mil-spec Drop-in
- 7075-T6 Aluminum
- Anodized Finish, Olive Drab Green
- Lightweight, .002 Ibs
- V Shaped Face with Horizontal Serrations