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Battle Arms Development BAD-MRB

BATTLE ARMS DEVELOPMENT, INC.© (BATTLEARMSTM) Is excited to announce that it will be releasing the BAD-MRB (Magazine Release Block) – CA Compliant Fixed Magazine on December 1st, 2017.

After months of anticipation the new CA Compliant Fixed Magazine service will be available at BATTLEARMSTM website. This will be the first of services provided online via a Conversion Work Order Form right at the BATTLEARMSTM services page ( http://www.battlearmsdevelopment.com/services/ ). This page will include details with a video demonstration, options and what is and not included in the service.

BATTLEARMSDEVELOPMENT,INC.© is a recognized manufacturer of next generation firearms and firearm components through innovative engineering and functionally aesthetic designs.

If you have any questions about this announcement, or any of BATTLEARMSTM’s products, please email info@battlearmsdevelopment.com or visit http://www.battlearmsdevelopment.com.

BAD-EBCG-M16 Enhanced Bolt Carrier Group – Full Auto

The Battle Arms Development BAD-EBCG-M16 Enhanced Bolt Carrier Group is now available. This new carrier boasts some interesting features that Battle Arms Development claims will improve its function over a standard BCG.

The new bolt carrier geometry was designed to reduce carrier tilt and the key bearing surfaces are relocated to increase reliability. Having fewer points of contact and an ultra-hard & lubricious black nitride surface layer reduce friction and improves function.

Specs:

  • Bolt Carrier: 8620 Steel Case Hardened, Machined from Billet, Laser Engraved Logo
  • Firing Pin:  8740 Steel, Centerless Ground, Hard Chromed
  • Gas Key:  4130 Steel with Grade 8 Screws, Properly Staked, Machiend from Billet
  • Cam Pin:  4340 Hardened Steel
  • Finish:  Black Nitride finished with an ultra-hard, corrosion resistant top surface layer for wear resistance and minimal need for lubricants.  Most importantly, Black Nitride is a surface conversion process with little to no surface build-up (1-2 microns) keeping critical tolerances precise, unlike NiB, Hard Chrome, etc. which are additive and will alter the dimensions of the steel.
  • Bolt:  9310 Steel, Cased Hardened, Shot Peened, Mil-Spec Dimensions, CNC Ground After Heat Treat, Black Nitride Finished
  • Extractor:  4340 Steel, Manganese Phosphate Finished for Positive Grip (no slippery finish)

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Sneak Peek: Battle Arms Development Rail

Battle Arms Development is teasing the release of a new AR-15 free float rail. The new rail makes use of the CMT barrel nut system and it will be available in MLOK compatible versions initially with Key-Mod following at a later date. Stay tuned for more details as they become available.

Ultra Compact Pistol Sabertube from Battle Arms Development

The new Ultra Compact Pistol Sabertube and VERT Buffer System is designed to keep an AR-15 pistol extremely compact. The 6061 aluminum Sabertube adds only 4.75″ from the rear of the receiver and is machined with a dimpled pattern to reduce weight (3.9 ounces total). This tube makes use of the same VERT Buffer System found in Battle Arms Development’s VERT line of PDW stocks.

It’s short, light, and available now from Battle Arms Development.

Battle Arms Development Safety Selectors Sale

Battle Arms Develop just put all of their Safety Selectors on sale including the BAD-ASS, BAD-CASS, Short Throw models, and Cerakoat colors. Check out Battle Arms Development.

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Battle Arms Development MRO Mount

We’ve been following the development of Battle Arms Development’s .78 ounce Trijicon MRO mount for a while now and I am happy to report that it is now available. This mount is machined from 7075-T6 aluminum with a hard anodized finish. It provides an absolute cowitness and mounts via two cross bolts. It’s a lightweight but durable mount for a lightweight but durable optic.

Check out the BAD MRO Mount.

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Sneak Peek: Battle Arms Development MRO Mount

Battle Arms Development is developing a feather light mount for the new Trijicon MRO. The mount weighs just .74 oz including all of the mounting screws and they have taken steps to recess all the screws to make it extremely streamlined. Stay tuned for pricing and release information.

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