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    Battle Arms Development @ SHOT 201 by SMGLee

    The original super light weight cut away AR company is back with even more innovations.





















    BAD is also making its own triggers.














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    What's up with that foregrip on the first rifle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowlowmiata View Post
    What's up with that foregrip on the first rifle?

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    Fortis SHIFT.

    http://fortismfg.com/ar15-fortis-shi...ed-grip-keymod

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    I don't understand how you would hold that thing, especially on that first PDW? Does not look like an ergonomic design to me at all. I guess it fits the 'looks' of their rifles

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMS951 View Post
    I don't understand how you would hold that thing, especially on that first PDW? Does not look like an ergonomic design to me at all. I guess it fits the 'looks' of their rifles
    Pretty sure the stock can be extended.

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    I recently bought one of the Battle Arms Development receiver sets for a build I am working on right now. Here are some pics of the built lower.











    The upper is in the shop right now. I am having M4 feedramps put on the barrel extension (18" LaRue Stealth barrel) so that it mates to the receiver. I won the barrel and it came with rifle extensions. The handguard is the Fortis Switch 556 14" model with a Fortis Swift short angled keymod fore-end grip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluebird View Post
    Pretty sure the stock can be extended.
    I was referring to the hand stop/angled grip do-dad on the bottom of the rail. I don't know what to call it because I don't know how I would go about even griping it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMS951 View Post
    I don't understand how you would hold that thing, especially on that first PDW? Does not look like an ergonomic design to me at all. I guess it fits the 'looks' of their rifles
    It actually feels good and works pretty well. The small groove is where is where your pinky finger sits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TMS951 View Post
    I was referring to the hand stop/angled grip do-dad on the bottom of the rail. I don't know what to call it because I don't know how I would go about even griping it.
    Fortis Swift short angled fore-end grip
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    Quote Originally Posted by TMS951 View Post
    I was referring to the hand stop/angled grip do-dad on the bottom of the rail. I don't know what to call it because I don't know how I would go about even griping it.
    Pretty sure it's designed with the Magpul AFG in mind. It does look funky I'd have to agree.

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