Battle Arms Development Magazine Release Kit

Item No. FC-810033781285
Battle Arms Development Magazine Release Kit
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Brand: Battle Arms Development Inc
MFR #: BAD-MRK-PK1
UPC: 810033781285
Item #: FC-810033781285
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Description
The Battle Arms Magazine Release Kit Part Kit includes everything you need to upgrade your current AR or for your new build. Featuring a solid magazine release button and a magazine catch specifically designed for solid buttons. You'll always have positive tactile feel when using this.

Features and Specifications:

Includes:
BAD-EMC-IC (Enhanced Magazine Catch)
Material: 8620 Heat Treated Steel
Finish: Black Phosphate Finish
Compatibility: Compatible with Mil-Spec Magazine Release Button, BAD-EMR, BAD-EMMR, etc.
Length: Shorter Threaded Pin to Reduce Installed Magazine Button Profile of Solid Face Magazine Release Buttons
Weight: 0.25 oz.
Fits: Mil-Spec Magazine Release Button, BAD-EMR, BAD-EMMR, etc.

BAD-EMR (Enhanced Magazine Release)
Material: Billet 7075-T6 Aluminum (not 6061)
Finish: Anodized BLACK
Fully solid "V" shaped button face with horizontal serrations (no through hole).
The concave V-Groove button face offers excellent ergonomic feel and self-centers the index finger as pressure is applied. The horizontal, parallel serrations helps slippage in the vertical orientation while minimizing drag in the horizontal direction for finger retraction.
Lightweight skeletonized back to offset the weight gained from the fully solid button face and slightly increased height to equal the weight of the standard mil-spec magazine release (approximately 0.002 lbs). BAD-EMR is compatible with all lower receivers that accepts mil-spec magazine release buttons.
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This product can expose you to chemicals including lead. Which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov