The BAD-EMMR is a lightweight, low profile, modular magazine release for the AR-15 and AR-10, recently released by Battle Arms Development. Its expanded finger pad provides an enlarged, uninterrupted, contact surface that gives the user a positive tactile feedback resulting in fumble-free operation. One of its outstanding features is its modular design, allowing its users to use an array of finger pads depending on personal preference or operation. The EMMR’s 3-sided, precision fit, solid, dovetail attachment interface simplifies its locking mechanism – a feature that makes it stand out from the rest of its competitors. This translates to a wiggle-free, tight tolerance, slop-free fitting between the magazine release body and finger pad. The dovetail attachment interface also removes the stress away from the screw; this allows a single, scaled down, set screw to be used as opposed to the typical two large steel screws.