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Battle Arms Development Lightweight Billet Receivers



Battle Arms Development (BAD) Billet Lowers


  • – Precision CNC from Billet 7075-T6 Aerospace Aluminum
  • – Patent Pending Lightweight Design
  • – Laser Engraved Logo
  • – MIL-A-8625F, Type III, Class 2, Hard Anodized Black Finish
  • – Compatible with TDP/Mil Standard AR Lower Receiver Parts 
  • – Dimensional Accuracy Inspection
  • – All Sharp Edges De-Burred Sharp by Hand
  • – Pictograph Selector Markings Properly Marked for 90° Safety or  BAD-ASS-ST / BAD-CASS-ST Short Throw Ambidextrous Safety Selectors
  • – Receiver Safety Selector Hole & Internal Wall Machined with Relief Cut for Battle Arms Development “SHORT-THROW / REVERSIBLE” Ambidextrous Safety Selectors
  • – Multi Caliber Marking for Build Versatility
  • – Flared, Deep Beveled Magazine well
  • – Easy in Install Set Screw Bolt Catch Pin (Pin Included)
  • – Captured Takedown Pin Detent Spring (Set Screw Included)
  • – Upper/Lower Receiver Tension Screw (Screw included)
  • – Integrated Trigger Guard
  • – All Components, material, and packaging made in the USA
  • – Weight:  6.84 oz 

CT Residents, these are legal to be sold as stripped so long as you assemble it as a CT legal Other firearm. We can guide you in the process. Please select local pickup and we will schedule you an appointment to come in for transfer!

Please be advised lead time is subject to model availability!

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***FFL Required***

Please Note: When purchasing a firearm or other restricted item, federal law requires that it MUST ship to a licensed dealer in your state. Please have your FFL send us a copy of their license after purchase. If you need assistance locating a dealer to have your firearm shipped to, please contact us or enter your zip code at the GunBroker FFL dealer network website.

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