Battle Arms Development has released their new BAD-EMR (Enhanced Magazine Release) just in time for the holidays. The BAD-EMR is a magazine release button that has been machined from a solid piece of 7075-T6 aluminum.
It does not have the typical hole all the way through it like your standard magazine release button does which allows it to stand a bit taller. The face of the BAD-EMR also has been modified with a shallow V-shape that helps center the finger on it as well as horizontal grooves that give you good tactile feedback as well as add a grippier surface for ensuring activation of the mag release. On the back of the BAD-EMR you’ll also notice there are two small machined holes that help make it a bit more light weight.
Precision CNC Machined for billet 7075-T6 Aluminum (not 6061) with an anodized finish, the BAD-EMR features an unique, fully solid “V” shaped button face with horizontal serrations (no thru 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.
The BAD-EMR also features a lightweight skeletonize 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 (approxmiately 0.002 lbs). BAD-EMR is compatible with all lower receivers that accepts mil-spec magazine release buttons.
*Product developed in conjunction with Forward Controls Design
The BAD-EMR is available in 6 different colors and available now for just $6.75 each. Head on over to www.BattleArmsDevelopment.com to purchase a few for yourself and check out all of their awesome new products while you’re there.