AR15 Bullet Button


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AR15 Bullet Button

AR15 Bullet Button

Regular Price: $25.00
Our Price: $15.00 

SKU: AP-ARBB
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as of 10/31/2014 3:14AM PST


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The Bullet Button is a product that allows the shooter to drop a magazine with the use of a tool. It prevents finger manipulation of the mag release, and creates a condition allowable under current individual interpretations of California law.
 
This does not create a detachable mag situation, but creates an attachable-fixed magazine condition. A bullet tip can be used as the tool, as can any small object such as Allen wrench, or small screwdriver. 
 
This button can not be used with magazines greater than 10 rounds in capacity. To do so in the state of California on an unregistered assault weapon, would be a felony.
 
The Bullet Button installs in less than a minute, requires no gunsmithing, or cutting on any part of the rifle. The installation is not permanent, and can be reversed just as quickly.

Materials are anodized aircraft grade aluminum, and carbon spring steel wire. All parts needed to convert your standard, or Prince50 equipped AR-15 are included. 100 percent made in California, by Californians, for California shooters.

Features
New 2nd generation design
Simple drop-in installation
Anodized aircraft grade aluminum
Carbon spring steel wire

The Bullet Button has not yet been approved by the California DOJ.



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1. Barry on 2/17/2014, said:

The Bullet Button works great and is the best solution to make any AR-15 legal in California. I don't think Alex knows what he is talking about - there is no "out-of-state position" for this Bullet Button - you basically loosened the nut until it fell out! Are you sure you aren't confusing it with the Raddlock?
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2. Alex on 2/1/2014, said:

I really wanted to give it 5-stars, but the slotted-steel-nut needed to be longer. When in out-of-state position, the nut did not stick out enough from the bullet-button-housing for my finger to confidently depress it. Or, if I unscrewed the nut further for it to stick out more, then it became loose that it rotated itself whenever my finger touched it. Please make the nut longer, and I will be happy to buy it again because the concept is sounded.
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3. michael on 9/18/2013, said:

quality has gone downhill since i bought same product 3 years ago. id of housing has notch serrations allowing the nut to get hung up . spring was too small in diameter and was binding on the magazine catch of 2 different parts kits as well.
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4. Trevor on 5/15/2013, said:

I like this bullet button just because it is so easy to talk off and switch to the stock mag release. (for when we get out of state of course)
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5. Bill on 12/26/2012, said:

Sorry to disappoint but this did not work for me on my AR. I have an older platform and it would not lock the magazine in and there was alot of wiggle room. I was able to pull the mag out with moderate downward force. Some mags were a tighter fit than others, but I could pull them all out. Did not want take a chance so I returned it and opted for something different.
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6. ROBERT on 7/10/2012, said:

easy to install. bought the installation tool but it arrived damaged. my screwdriver fit the slot perfectly, installed the bullet button on 2 rifles in only a few minutes without any damage.
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7. Jason on 8/25/2011, said:

Very easy to install (no cutting, sanding, drilling, etc), works great, and easily reversible for those times you go out of state.
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8. Jim on 7/27/2011, said:

Best Buy! Great item! 4 Starts
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9. Cale on 3/23/2011, said:

quick and easy to install. easy to use.
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10. Wally on 8/19/2010, said:

Another one of those little inventions that makes you say, "Why didn't I think of that?" Works perfectly!
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