This is the latest Build Breakdown revolving around the new Rainier Arms Overthrow Lower Receiver featuring a Spartan helmet. The Build Breakdown series lists out the parts used to build the rifle as pictured with links to product information and purchasing. Some parts not pictured are not listed.
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 BATTLEARMS website. This will be the first of services provided online via a Conversion Work Order Form right at the BATTLEARMS 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.
Battle Arms Development had a lot to announce for 2017.
Aside from their typical BADass painted weapons, like this Iron Man AR-15…
…they also had the “300 PDW” in .300 BLK that was nicknamed “Woody”.
This PDW features a real wood handguard attachment and pistol grip and a faux wood cheekweld.
BAD has developed a currently unnamed 10″ handguard weighing in at 7.3 oz with a $TBD MSRP.
BAD has also partnered up with TriggerTech to introduce the B.A.D. edition trigger.
This fully adjustable trigger (2.5-5#) comes in either a straight/flat or curved variant. The adjustment can be made while the trigger is installed by using an allen wrench on the rear of the top of the trigger housing.
BAD also introduced an Ultra Compact 4.75″ Pistol Buffer Tube (sorry no photo available). The Tube uses the same buffer as the BAD Vert Stock. The MSRP for the tube and buffer is $225.
BAD is also working on some California Compliant gear. They are working on a variant of their lightweight billet lower receiver with a integrated magazine release plunger.
When depressed (i.e. the upper receiver firmly seated against the lower), the plunger will not allow the magazine release button to be depressed. BAD has developed a rear take-down pin that when turned in one direction and pulled out, will allow the upper receiver to crack open slightly to allow for the magazine release button to be depressed while disabling the firearm.
The rear take-down pin can also be turned the other direction and pulled out to allow the upper receiver to open fully. This is all still in the process of being designed and approved for legal compliance.
Battle Arms Development, the company most famously known for the Battle Arms Development-Ambidextrous Safety Selector, aka BAD-ASS, has really blown up in what they are currently offering to include the Enhanced Take Down Pins, Lower Receivers, and Barrels, Receiver Sets and OIP complete rifle to come out soon.
This is definitely a company that is investing in their R&D and one that should be kept on your radar.
Check out their NEW Webpage with all of their current and up-and-coming offerings.