Posted by Roger Wang on 8/30/2017
As some of you may know, my background is LAN/WAN networking and design. As a network systems engineer, one always looks for conflicts a host may introduce, and its footprint on the network, among about a dozen things with fancy names like "constraints."
From the very beginning, we're aware the EMR-A would be incompatible
with battery assist device (Magpul BAD) levers. While these devices do
facilitate locking and releasing of the bolt, they can cause problems on
some setups. We don't know if there was ever a study/test to discover
the right combination of receivers and parts for BAD type levers to
cause a failure, but it's beyond the scope of our work, as we don't use,
make, or carry any variant.
Posted by Roger Wang on 8/14/2017