AR-15 Bolt Carrier Group - 5.56 NATO Full Auto Profile

$144.95
$54.99
SKU:
BCG-15

Description

Made in the USA. Our bolt carrier group is manufactured using Mil-spec carpenter 158 steel, HP tested, and MPI tested. The gas key is chrome lined phosphate coated, machined from bar stock then secured with 8 fasteners. BCG is chrome lined inside and phosphated outside. Works with .223, 5.56, 300 Blackout upper assemblies.

Steel: Carpenter No. 158 steel bolt

Profile: Full Auto

Carrier: Chrome Lined inside, Phosphated Outside

Gas Key: Chrome Lined, Phosphated Outside

Gas Key: Hardened to USGI Specifications

Gas Key: Mil-spec Staked

Extractor: Tool Steel Extractor and Extractor Spring

Please Note: Bolt Carrier Group will be packaged dry, lubricate BCG before use.

No FFL required  Made in the USA  Lifetime Warranty

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