Battle Arms Development BAD-CASS Selector Lever - Short

SKU: BAD-CASS-LEVER-SHORT
MPN: BAD-CASS-LEVER-SHORT
Manufactured by Battle Arms Development
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The Battle Arms Development Combat Ambidextrous Safety Selector system is one of the most customizable on the market. Interchangeable levers may be installed on either side of the receiver, offering a level of choice in configuration not found in other systems. The BAD-CASS is a must have for South Paw and ambidextrous shooters.

Build on the innovative BAD-ASS family of safety selectors, the BAD-CASS improves on this design by dovetailing lever attachments. Dovetailing the levers offers greater strength and dependability by removing the stress from the screws. Originally designed for military applications, the Combat Ambidextrous Safety Selector is now available to all.

The Short Lever offers a length that will be out of the way while remaining fast and easy to manipulate, even with gloves.

NOTE: Torx screw (sold separately) torque should be approximately 5 in-lbs. Do not over tighten.

Features:
  • Short safety selector lever
  • Precision CNC machined from bar stock steel
  • Made in U.S.A.

Specifications

BrandBattle Arms Development
FinishManganese Phosphate
Manufacturer.Battle Arms Development
MaterialSteel
PlatformAR-15/AR-308

WARNING: This Product can expose you to chemicals which is known to state of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information, see www.p65warnings.ca.gov

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Short throw safety

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Big enough to manipulate but small enough it does not rub on your knuckles or fingers. Once again the CASS Selector is stiffer than stock safety, so make sure this is large enough for you to manipulate.