B.A.D. A.S.S


BATTLE ARMS DEVELOPMENT

Battle Arms Development Ambi Safety Selector "B.A.D. A.S.S.": machined from 12L14 solid barstock steel-- Made in the USA!-- Price: $60-- The name alone scores high points in the tacticool category!

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Comes with 3 different levers: Short, Thin, and Standard.

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Easy installation, remove your grip making sure not to lose the spring. find your prefered combination out of 9 possible configurations. Remove the standard safety selector, install new provided Stainless Steel detent and reinstall in reverse order. Note: Stainless Steel detents are also sold at the Battle Arms website.

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Clicks into position very positively. Very easy to manipulate with gloves on.

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This video is of the Short Throw B.A.D. A.S.S. and standard.

After running the B.A.D. A.S.S. in last weeks multi-gun match I'm sold. I ran 3 stages left handed just to see if I could manipulate the switch effectively. All went well. Also I was able to operate the switch with my index finger "using the top ridge of the 3rd knuckle closest to your hand" which is a smooth transition when place the firearm in a dumpster to change gun. I was able to let the firearm fall barrel first using my index finger and the weight of the rifle to switch the weapon to safe.

All in all I found no flaws with this upgrade. I couldnt even find something I didnt like about it. If you are in the market for a ambi selector switch I would highly recommend the Battle Arms Development Ambi Selector Switch. Their product is a GO!