FORWARD CONTROLS DESIGN EMR-A DIMPLED (EXTENDED MAG RELEASE, AMBIDEXTROUS)
EMR-A is a long in development ambidextrous magazine release for .223 and .308 AR receivers. Original concept and design
EMR-A's an ergonomic ambidextrous magazine release. The placement of its lever is well thought out to closely mirror the magazine release button on the right side. The portion immediately below the bolt catch's lower paddle has a lower profile to avoid interference, heretofore a common drawback of popular ambidextrous mag catches, it is also left smooth. The serrated length of the lever is split into a shallow
Two lever options are available. Standard and Extended Reach (about 0.09" longer than standard). Force amplification achieved from a lever means the extended reach lever is easier to reach, it's also easier to press than the standard lever. For users with small hands or shorter fingers, the extended reach lever makes the EMR-A a joy to use. For duty and defense ARs, we recommend the standard lever.
A 10.9lb rated magazine catch spring is included with each EMR-A. We've long considered the standard magazine catch spring to be rather weak (rated at 8.3lb), accidental / unintended mag drops can take place if a user slings his weapon, and has gear and pouches on the vest. A stiffer mag catch spring mitigates these risks, thus it is an integral part
EMR-A is available as a part of bundled products (please see drop down menus for options). EMR-A's catch is made from CNC machined 4140 steel and black nitride coated, its lever is 7075 aluminum and Type 3 hard coat anodized. The roll pin has a shear strength of 800lbs.
* EMR-A's lever pivots on the receiver.
* EMR-A needs to be removed before
* Please wear eye protection while installing EMR, EMR-C, and EMR-A with the 10.9lb mag catch spring, there's considerable spring tension in the 10.9lb spring.
* Geissele's Maritime Bolt Catch. Material from either the top edge of EMR-A's
* KNS Gen 2 anti-rotation trigger/hammer pins. KNS Gen2 Mod2 and Gen JJ are both compatible with EMR-A with
* Battery assist device levers.
* Armalite AR10B (AR10B uses modified M14 magazines)
* Receivers with the left side fence around the bolt catch and mag catch, such as Magpul and AR15.com billet receivers. EMR-A requires the left side of the receiver to more or less adhere to TDP
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