Bear Creek Arsenal AR-15 Rifle, 7.62x39 Caliber, Flat Top and Hard Case - $379.99 after code "C1229485494"

Description:
AR-15 Rifle 7.62 x 39 Caliber Semi Auto Flat Top Rifle, 30 Round Mag and Hard Case by Bear Creek Arsenal.

Product Specs:

- Barrel: 4140 Steel ,16" Length 1x10Twist
- A2 Flash Hider Manganese Phosphated
- Phosphated under Front Sight Base Taper Pins on A2 Front Sight Base
- Threaded Muzzle M-4 Style Barrel
- Chamber:7.62x39 Caliber Bolt And Carrier: Phosphated 8620 Steel
- Carrier Assembly Carpenter 158 Bolt Heat Treated and Plated Mil-Spec Chrome Lined Carrier
- Interior Carrier Key - chrome lined, attached with Grade 8 Screws Properly Staked & Sealed Gas Key
- Handguards: Carbine Length Aluminum Delta Ring Single Heat Shield Upper
- Receiver: Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum A3 Flat Top with White T-Marks Hard Coat Anodized Mil-Spec
- Ejection Port Cover and Round Forward Assist Right Hand Ejection Bore's surface is coated with dry film lube, over the anodized surface
- Lower Receiver: Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum Hard Coat Anodized Mil-Spec
- Aluminum Triggerguard Semi-Auto Aluminum Mag Catch Button
- Buttstock
- Weight: 5.8 lbs Empty Length: 36.375" Fully Extended 32.625 Collapsed

SKU#: LNG-BCA-CR762CHB1610P-SHG
MPN: CR762CHB1610(P)-SHG

Category: Rifles
Caliber: 7.62x39mm
Brand: Bear Creek Arsenal
MPN: CR762CHB1610(P)-SHG
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MasterShifu's picture

I don't have this particular

I don't have this particular rifle but I do have a PSA built "AR 47" and I love it. I say if you're a fan of the AR platform and of the 7.62x39 round I say go for it. My two recommendations are an enhanced firing pin and a muzzle brake. I have a Midwest Industries 7.62 brake on mine and it works great.

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So for those interested in

So for those interested in this platform, yes you can build one for about $50-$70 dollars cheaper if you want which is good to gain better knowledge of the platform and yes they should go down on the price based on other places prices dropping, but are you willing to wait? If the below paragraph is intriguing then I encourage you to pull the trigger on a deal, so you can start getting trigger time in because the season is about to begin!

The 7.62x39 is one of the best bang for your buck round. A lot of states WON'T let you hunt deer with the 5.56, but 7.62x39 you can! If your wanting a carbine to get through the brush/mountains you will probably be shooting within 150yd., this round can do that! Also ONE of the best ways to get you and your Ar15 platform clocking hours is trekking through the woods and get real life experience! Which is good cause a lot of us plan on using that platform in our weapons systems to protect our family and survive with! More hours on that intended platform the better! You probably can tell this is one of my favorite rounds by my user name for such reasons.

So Yes there are better rounds, but not for that price!

If you know of a cartridge that i can buy off the shelf easily, and a soft point I can get in the woods and hunt deer with for 22cents! PLEASE let me know!

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A lot of barrels are not

A lot of barrels are not chrome lined, and just because it's not doesn't mean its going to jam after 50 rnds or so. Bear Creek has suggested not to use steel case ammo, while a lot of other manufacturers say it's ok! And that's ONE of the reasons to get a 7.62x39, is to shoot cheap steel ammo!
As another person committed on you could find the uppers for $199,shipping extra. If you Didn't want to build a lower , there's a company that sells a complete lower on here for $109 shipped, that isn't a polymer lower! You just push two pins together get a couple C products defense mags and your ready to rock!!!

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Just make sure to stick with

Just make sure to stick with CPD mags. 28 rounders are suppose to fit traditional 30round 5.56 Mag pockets.

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Hi, i heard ar-15s without a

Hi, i heard ar-15s without a chrome barrel tend to jam after 50 or so rounds due to build up, without a chrome barrel... how does this one hold up? Thanks!

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I have many 5.56 AR-15 rifles

I have many 5.56 AR-15 rifles but no 7.62. Any feedback before I jump on this? Don"t know much about these or Bear Creak

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Bear Creek makes a Good

Bear Creek makes a Good quality gun their parts are better than most milspec and Ive dealt with them all. I would say you'd be happy with this if you're not a builder.

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HillaryRottonClinton's picture

I guess you need to figure

I guess you need to figure out 'what will this caliber do that my AR-15 can't'. All your .223/5.56 share the same round. Buy this and you will need to invest in a different size round. That is the main reason I haven't bought anything in .308 yet...and of course, no need for one. But 85% of my arsnal can be filed under that. Who here has bought something they don' need???

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That's the feedback I needed.

That's the feedback I needed. Guess I didn't need about 20 of the firearms I have purchased. One more won't kill me. Just have to start purchasing another caliber when looking for ammo

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Go right now and Buy their

Go right now and Buy their 7.62 bear creek upper that comes with bcg included for $199. Best deal by far.

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I purchased a Bear Creek 300

I purchased a Bear Creek 300 BLK upper w BCG recently for $199 and I was very impressed with fit, finish, quality. It was on sale directly from Bear Creek Armory and their flat rate shipping was only $10. I definitely plan to buy another.

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Holy shit I'm getting 2.

Holy shit I'm getting 2. Thanks!!!!!

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That is a good freaking deal!

That is a good freaking deal! Thanks man!

Here is the link in case anyone is interested:
https://www.classicfirearms.com/bearcreekarsenalupperar15assbly-762x39

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Now out of stock lol

Now out of stock lol

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They have a plum crazy

They have a plum crazy complete lower for $99.99. So for $300 you just built a complete AR =)

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WOW, you are trying to make

WOW, you are trying to make me spend money....

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mostholycerebus's picture

Not a bad deal, but

Not a bad deal, but personally I'd get a Tennessee Arms hybrid lower for $30, and LPK for $30 and a stock kit somewhere to taste.

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Thanks for the direct

Thanks for the direct link!!!!!!

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Idk this came with a hard

Idk this came with a hard case I would have bought this a long time ago eh oh well if i didn't need it before don't need it now I'll enjoy my ar15 556

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Bare Arse Crack

Bare Arse Crack

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Bear Creek makes good quality

Bear Creek makes good quality reliable product at exceptional prices. This will work the same as a 556 AR if there's an issue put on an adjustable gas block and you'll be good to go!

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How reliable are these

How reliable are these compared to an AK? Besides ergonomics and optic mounting what are the real world advantages/disadvantages of a 7.62 AR?

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I built an AR-47 by parts

I built an AR-47 by parts with Aero Precision upper, lower and HG. Spinta Precision H-barrel, Aim Surplus NiB BCG and has shot flawlessly since day one. I initially built it because it was going to be cheaper to shoot than 5.56. With a Burris 1-3X optic im getting 3" groups at 100 tards with Geco FMJ brass. Another bug plus is ability to swap uppers and shoot a completely different caliber. This specific rifle cost a lot more when I was building mine but I would not hesitate to buy this ine If given the chance to do it again.

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Tough crowd!

Tough crowd!

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Use c products defense mags

Use c products defense mags

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What type mags do these use?

What type mags do these use?

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Bear creek is a good company

Bear creek is a good company

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I've been happy. Dollar for

I've been happy. Dollar for dollar you can't beat their barrels.

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Is the AR 7.62x39 more

Is the AR 7.62x39 more accurate than the AK 47 7.62x39?

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Most of those where made

Most of those where made before 7.62x39 got popular in an AR format. This they only bolts avalible where 556. Now BCG's are purpose built for the AR platform. This unless you get an odd ball old BCG you should be fine. Although this was a problem 5+ years ago. I have over 2500 rounds through my radical arms 7.62x39 ar and it's still running flawless. Think I paid 500. It's by far my cheapest AR but one of my favorite. So much so I spent $400 sprucing it up with a better trigger, Geiselle Hamdguard, muzzle break, magpul stock, etc.... Runs like a champ and is fairly accurate. Even with cheaper ammo. Red Star runs well through it.

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I've had my PSA 762x39 ar

I've had my PSA 762x39 ar upper for 2 years now. As long as I use a lower with a steel hammer and not polymer I haven't had a single problem. We are well into 4000 rounds of assorted Russian garbage and it runs perfect. For some reason the gun seems to shoot softer with a dpms fixed stock lower. The longer buffer tube or heavier weight maybe. We only run the ACS mags or ASC. This is like running a semi auto 30-30. Great white tail gun.

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slugchucker's picture

Anybody had the bolt face

Anybody had the bolt face split yet on a 5.56 bcg milled out to accept the 7.62? I've read and observed that milling a 5.56 bolt face out to accept the 7.62 leaves very little material around the circumference of the bolt face. A .308 bcg seems the better fit.

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Love my 7.62x39 AR. Love

Love my 7.62x39 AR. Love having the AR format and modularity along with the. 30 caliber punch. Unlike the .308 AR10, the 7.62x39 still has alot of power in the smaller, lightweight package that takes standard AR15 parts and accessories. I built my rifle but have had friends with bear Creek rifles and they were good for the price of you don't want to build your own.

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boxermachine's picture

What is the Trump price?

What is the Trump price?

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$299

$299

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You have to ask in Russian.

You have to ask in Russian.

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Shut up Hillary

Shut up Hillary

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You forgot to cry "fake news"

You forgot to cry "fake news" and site anonymous sources.

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Fake News? You must be

Fake News? You must be talking about Dems and CNN, MSNBC, NYTIMES, WAS POST. ALL LIBERAL ALL HAVE BEEN PROVEN TO POST FAKSE STORIES NUMEROUS TIMES.

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So has every news channel but

So has every news channel but notice Fox, Rush, and of course Mr Pizza Gate himself Alex Jones get left off of someone's tweeter feed?

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I built one with a

I built one with a 22mods4all.com upper and it's been flawless since round one....very happy and spent less than this price. Although if someone wasn't into building one then this is a decent deal.

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I would grab a blem lower

I would grab a blem lower from PSA and the proven Hardened Arms upper. Its an excellent combo for a budget AR47

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How much you spend?

How much you spend?

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Yep. Building another right

Yep. Building another right now with aero precision components. A bit of a higher mend version.

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I picked up a radical

I picked up a radical firearms 7.62x39 AR and absolutely love it. One of my favorite AR's to shoot now. Never had any issues although the mags can be a bit tricky. I've stuck with ASC and been very happy. Don't hesitate and pick one up. Although I've read some reviews they can be touchy but again never had any issues and they are a freaking blast to shoot. Heck mines super accurate if you can believe it. Dropped a vertex strikefire 2 on it although mine is a free float barrel and I'm am
Shooting 1.5 groups al days long at 100 yards with red army...

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Richardito's picture

I also have a radical 7.62x39

I also have a radical 7.62x39 upper and it eats steel case ammo with ease. ASC mags and zero issues. The only issue I had was a very loose barrel that they fixed at their HOUSTON shop.

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Good to hear, thanks for the

Good to hear, thanks for the reply.........

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Requesting some input from

Requesting some input from someone that has one of these (AR-15 Rifle 7.62 x 39). Please provide any personal experience with the gun.

I'm really interested in this gun, but have no experience with Bear Creek. Thanks in advance...

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Kinda tardy to the party, but

Kinda tardy to the party, but I picked one of their side charging AR's in 7.62. Pretty gun, we got it from a 3rd party and it had apparently undergone a few treatments that, let's say were not necessarily BCA spec changes... After we ran into trouble ~300 rounds in, I called Josh in their warranty department, got a shipping label that day, and sent it back to them. I had been following the tracking about when they would receive it, and they got it at 10:00 AM. By 1:00 PM that day it was on the way back to me with a new trigger. So, not only did they sort me out quickly, they did it without question or blame for a problem that I doubt had anything to do with them. As far as I am concerned, this is a textbook example of customer service from company that cares about their reputation. Again, this was my experience with them, but that said, if I was buying another AR, I would buy it from them.

Hope this helps someone...

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