There is a lot of good news coming out of Battle Arms Development (BAD) lately. They recently dropped me a note to bring me up to speed on everything they have going on.
Active and Retired Military, Law Enforcement, Fire, and EMS Discount
It is pretty well known that BAD offers a discount to Military, Law Enforcement, Fire, and EMS personnel. However, not many people know that they offer this same discount to retired Military, Law Enforcement, Fire, and EMS personnel as well! In the past, they have done this quietly because it can be difficult to verify but now they are making this policy public. They appreciate the service of these public defenders, both active and retired. If you fit the above requirements and would like information on obtaining the discount code, simply email Roger at roger@battlearmsdevelopment.
Roger tells me that it is their hope that more companies will follow their example in offering this discount to retired military, law enforcement, fire, and EMS personal.
It’s Official: Unconditional Lifetime Warranty
BAD already had an unofficial, unconditional lifetime warranty on their products. They back their products as well as anyone. Now they are making that policy official. Which is a pretty low risk proposition for them considering how hard you would have to try to actually break one of their selectors. The only exception is the 45 degree short throw selectors – removing the pin block to allow these selectors to work in standard lowers has legal ramifications, so it has to be excluded from the unconditional warranty. Anyting that they sell that is manufactured by someone else (Geissele and ALG triggers, KNDS products, Norgon Ambi-Catch, etc.) are covered under their respective manufacturers’ warranty.
Speaking of ALG Triggers… Battle Arms Development is now offering some excellent deals on the new ALG Triggers bundled with the BAD-ASS. You can save some cash when you buy both. They also offer combos with many of the Geissele triggers. Check out the combos on BattleArmsDevelopment.com.
Does that include disabled vets? I’m neither active nor retired, technically.
I am sure it does. A quick email to Roger will confirm that.