BAD-ASS-PRO 0-90 Ambidextrous Safety Selector LIMITED PRODUCTION RUN!
The BAD-ASS-PRO series of safeties is not
compatible with legacy BAD-ASS/CASS components.
The BAD-ASS-PRO series of safeties is not compatible with legacy BAD-ASS/CASS components!
THIS SAFETY IS A LIMITED PRODUCTION RUN! ONCE SUPPLY RUNS OUT IT WILL NO LONGER BE AVAILABLE!!
The best just got better! From the inventors of the very first fully modular, patented, ambidextrous safety selector for the AR-15 platform, Battle Arms Development is raising the bar on reliability and compatibility while lowering the price with the new generation BAD-ASS-PRO!
This professional-grade, no non-sense, duty grade semi-auto safety selector is the perfect upgrade to your AR-15. It comes as a standard 0°-90° throw. The standard and short safety levers are fully interchangeable and modular to accommodate left or right-handed shooters.
The new BAD-ASS-PRO is now 100% compatible with all known1, AR variant lower receivers, and triggers designed to work with the “Mil-Spec” AR-15 semi-auto safeties. No longer do you have to choose which trigger is compatible with the safety! If the trigger it will work with a “Mil-Spec” AR-15 semi-auto safety, it will work with the new BAD-ASS-PRO!
No more broken screws! Don’t settle for wiggling levers! No more stripped screw heads! The new patent-pending dovetail design and internal locking mechanism make it impossible to shear off the screw head because there is no screw head! Do not settle for spring-loaded detents that never give your safety lever that positive lock of confidence and worry about losing the small parts. The new BAD-ASS-PRO locking mechanism is robust, reliable and something you can depend your life on! The new internal locking set screw will not fall out and it is self-locking, no thread-locker is necessary! The new 5/64” set screw is also designed to resist stripping.
Battle Arms Development has perfected the ambidextrous safety with the BAD-ASS-PRO! We are so sure that you will love the new BAD-ASS-PRO, we are offering a no questions asked 30-day satisfaction guarantee (1) in addition to our limited lifetime warranty! Try it! We guarantee you will never want another ambidextrous safety ever again!
Ergonomic Lever Design for Positive Purchase
Limited Lifetime Warranty Against Manufacturing Defects
Dovetail Attachment Engineered for Ultimate Strength and Reliability
Patent Pending Internal Locking Mechanism Eliminates Broken Screws
Swiss CNC Machined Center for Ultimate Precision and Butter Smooth Operation
Compatible with All Known AR Variant Triggers(2) (i.e. Hiperfire, Geissele, CMC, Timney, etc.)
Compatible with All Known AR Variant Lower Receivers
Manufacturer: Battle Arms Development, Inc.
Center Material/Finish: Swiss CNC Machined Bar-Stock Steel Core, Hardened, Black Phosphate
Lever Material/Finish: Investment Cast 8620 Steel, Black Phosphate
Assembly Weight: 0.74 oz (center core, standard lever, short lever, and two set screws)
Center Core Weight: 0.39 oz (with two set screws)
Standard Lever Weight: 0.21 oz
Short Lever Weight: 0.14 oz
Country: Made In U.S.A.
Patent: US 8,806,790, US 9,587,897 and Others Pending
1 x Dedicated Safety Center – 0°-90° Semi-Auto – Hardened Steel, Black Phosphate
1 x Standard Lever – Steel, Black Phosphate
1 x Short Lever – Steel, Black Phosphate
2 x 8-32x¼in Set Screws 5/64in Hex – Black Oxide
1 x 5/64in Hex Short Arm L-Key – Black Oxide
1 x Hardened SS Safety Detent – Black Nitride Finish
1 x Safety Selector Detent Spring
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Is the BAD-ASS-PRO ambidextrous safety selector compatible with legacy BAD-ASS or BAD-CASS family of safety selectors?
Answer: No. The new generation BAD-ASS-PRO family of
safety selectors are not compatible with legacy BAD-ASS or BAD-CASS family of
safety selectors. The new patent pending
dovetail attachment and internal locking screw mechanism is a better and
stronger design that unfortunately is not backwards compatible with BAD-ASS or
BAD-CASS family of safety selectors.
More levers will be offered in the future for more variety and options
How do you install the safety selector levers?
Contrary to previous BAD-ASS and BAD-CASS family of safety selectors, you DO NOT turn the screw CLOCKWISE to TIGHTEN the lever. Due to the new patent pending internal locking mechanism, you must do the OPPOSITE. You must turn the set screw COUTER CLOCKWISE to TIGHTEN and CLOCKWISE to LOOSEN the lever.
Will the BAD-ASS-PRO ambidextrous safety selector work with any AR variant lower receiver that accepts “Mil-Spec” style AR-15 semi-auto safety selectors?
Yes. The new
BAD-ASS-PRO is designed with maximum compatibility in mind. If your lower receiver functions with a
“Mil-Spec” style AR-15 semi-auto safety selector, it should be 100% compatible
with the new BAD-ASS-PRO ambidextrous safety selector as well.
I can’t get the safety lever to slide onto the dovetail on the safety center.
1. Is the setscrew fully recessed into the safety center core? If the set screw is not fully recessed into the safety center, it may cause interference with the tightly fitted male & female dovetail pieces and preventing the lever from sliding onto the dovetail on the safety center. To resolve this issue, simply use the provided hex key and turn the set screw CLOCKWISE to recess it into the safety center screw hole. Once the safety lever dovetail slides together with the safety center, insert the hex key through the hole in selector lever and into the internal set screw. Align the hex key and ensure that it is seated fully inside the set screw, then turn the hex key COUNTER CLOCKWISE until snug, to tighten the lever against the safety selector center dovetail. DO NOT OVER TORQUE! The new locking mechanism is a very strong and powerful locking feature. It acts like a jack screw so if you over torque it, you can crack the safety lever. Finger tight, snug, only.
I can’t get the safety selector lever off. How do you remove the lever?
1. Remove the safety lever by turning the set screw CLOCKWISE. To remove the safety selector lever, simply use the provided hex key and turn the set screw CLOCKWISE to recess it into the safety center screw hole. Make sure the set screw is fully screw in and seats flush with the safety center. This will relief the internal pressure that the set screw is exerting on the internal dovetail mechanism and allow the safety selector lever to slide off of the safety selector center.
I can’t get the safety lever to lock on the safety center dovetail. How do you tighten this thing?
1. You tighten the safety
selector lever to the dovetail of the safety center by turning the set screw COUNTER CLOCKWISE. Contrary to common safety selector screws. To remove the safety selector lever, simply use the
provided hex key and turn the set screw CLOCKWISE to recess it into the safety
center screw hole. Make sure the set
screw is fully screw in and seats flush with the safety center. This will relief the internal pressure that
the set screw is exerting on the internal dovetail mechanism and allow the
safety selector lever to slide off of the safety selector center.