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Magpul B.A.D. Lever Battery Assist Device

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Product Description

Developed from the operational experience of the Magpul DynamicsSM team, the B.A.D. Lever (Battery Assist Device) is designed to considerably improve the speed and efficiency of the AR15/M16 bolt catch. The B.A.D. Lever quickly addresses reloading and malfunction clearance shortcomings of AR15/M16 platforms by extending a paddle to the right side of the weapon, allowing manipulation of the bolt stop from the fire control/ready position with the right-hand trigger finger.

Made from milspec-anodized aluminum, the B.A.D. Lever attaches to the standard AR15/M16 bolt release without permanent modification to the weapon. Functional for both left and right-handed shooters, the B.A.D. Lever also allows traditional bolt catch manipulation according to the AR15/M16 manual of arms. All mounting hardware included.

Made in U.S.A.

  • Compatible with standard mil-spec forged AR15/M16 receivers
  • Thin, anti-snag profile and textured surface still allows for traditional manipulation of the bolt catch while maintaining unobstructed access to the trigger
  • Easy attachment to the existing bolt catch paddle via one screw
  • Machined from durable billet 6061-T6 aluminum
  • Finished with MIL-A-8625F, Type III, Class 2 hard anodizing with manganese phosphate on the screw per MIL-DTL-16232G
  • Torx¨ mounting screw with Nyloc¨ Blue patch prevents back out under recoil (Torx wrench included)

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  1. Simple device that makes holding the bolt open easier. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 9th Feb 2015

    Its hard to write a review on this product. Other than doing its job very well, I can't fault it in anyway. Easy to install easy to use and very easy to give 5 stars.

  2. Nice 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 9th Jan 2014

    This is an nice option for your rifle, I like to being able to close the bolt with the trigger finger. seems more natural. It also sits forward in the trigger guard unlike others which are to close to the trigger.

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