Description

Expect nothing less than professional grade weaponry from Bravo Company USA, one of the nation’s largest stocking inventories of AR-15, M4, and M16 parts and accessories.
The BCM Bolt Assembly is machined from carpenter No. 158 steel, shot peened for increased strength, and is high pressure tested and magnetic particle inspected. Includes tool steel machined extractor, ejector, and BCM extractor spring.
Features:
- MIL-SPEC carpenter no. 158 steel (bolt)
- High pressure tested and magnetic particle inspected
- Shot peened bolt
- Tool steel extractor
- BCM extractor spring
- Black extractor insert
- MIL-SPEC crane O-ring
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Specifications
Bolt Finish: Manganese Phosphate
Bolt Material: Carpenter 158 Steel
Brand: Bravo Company Manufacturing
Caliber Gauge: .223/5.56
High Pressure Tested: High Pressure Tested
Magnetic Particle Inspect: Magnetic Particle Inspected
Platform: AR-15
MPN#: BCM-BOLT-ASSEMBLY-MP

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Way overpriced for just the bolt. You can get the whole bolt and carried for maybe 30 bucks more.

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If you really want to get excited check out the LMT enhanced BCG.

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Unlike budget BCGs that have more than doubled in price in the last year, these bolts have been the same price, $79.95 for years. The people that buy BCM, and other top tier AR products are not novice shooters. They are very knowledgeable shooters, that value, and demand quality. They also know how to build, tune, repair, and maintain their rifles to the highest possible standard of reliability. Do you?

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Wow... yeah, good luck with getting a BCM quality BCG for $110 right now. What planet you living on?

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I agree that BCM bolts are top tier quality, and that $79.95 is a realistic price in today's market.

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Having a serviceable back-up bolt is a good idea. It does not need to be new, or pricey, but it does need to be well maintained. Many AR users are unaware that the service life of a properly stacked bolt carrier should generally exceed the life of the more actively stressed bolt subcomponents by many times. To minimize problems, and expense, shooters should know how to inspect, identify/replace problem parts, and maintain their bolt, carrier, and buffer spring.

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