Description

Not all Nickel Boron is created equal and FailZero is the undisputed pioneer of Nickel Boron technology. When failure is not an option, you can depend on FailZero. The M16 Bolt Carrier Group is fully assembled and drop-in ready for most MIL-SPEC upper receivers. All critical parts are coated with EXO Nickel Boron technology providing permanent dry lubricity, extreme durability and increased wear and corrosion resistance. This patented Nickel Boron coating will reduce friction and improve the overall performance of your rifle.
NOTE: BCG may ship with either a dark FailZero logo or a subdued lasered FailZero logo.
Features:
- M16 cut carrier
- Magnetic particle inspected
- Live fire tested
EXO Nickel Boron treated parts include:
- Bolt, extractor, bolt carrier, cam pin, carrier key, and firing pin
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Specifications
Bolt Finish: Nickel Boron
Bolt Material: Carpenter 158 Steel
Brand: Fail Zero
Caliber Gauge: 5.56 NATO
Carrier Finish: Nickel Boron
Carrier Material: 8620 Carpenter Steel
Carrier Style: M16 Bolt Carrier
High Pressure Tested: Live Fire Tested
Magnetic Particle Inspect: Magnetic Particle Inspected
Platform: AR-15
Weight: 11.4 Oz
MPN#: 009-FZM164-01-NH

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These are great BCG's, I've had mine for years with 1000's of rounds through it and never had any issues

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Has your NiB started flaking?
I wish all these companies would switch to NP3 or nib+

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Site has 159. Clearly incorrect listing

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It says 129 then 159 lol

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Why does this always happen AFTER my monthly spending money is gone???

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Why anyone cares about the presence of a logo on a device meant for killing someone or something that will never see it, never have or take the time to admire it, is just plain weird.

"Oh...STOP!! WAIT!! Okay, I just wanted to check out that poppin' logo on the bolt carrier group in your civilianized military service rifle. Wow! That's a real snazzy one eh?!? Alright! Good score man! Well... okay that's it. That's all I wanted to say. You can go ahead and shoot me now."

If it turns out that this BCG really does possess sufficient subsurface transfer of material from the nickel boron treatment such that it runs fine without grime garhering lubrication I'll switch over all of my rifles to the NB although melonited ones seem to work quite well.

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Can you recommend a decent one. I’m looking.

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Damn I remember when these were going for $270. Obviously NOW is the time to buy and 2013 was NOT.

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Great BCG so far. It has cycled about 1000 rounds by now, and still functions like a boss and still has that nice coating and look. Highly recommend.

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Good to hear! Cause I just bought one.... :)

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Just added this item to the cart at Primary Arms, price shows as $159.99. Proceeding to checkout does not change the price to $99.99.

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Claims made in America, only and always, yet at a minimum, they use foreign screws. Almost bought one of these the other day before I purchased from AIM.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_FwjCdFp6xA&t=6s

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May I ask why this Failzero bcg has a dull grey coating? It's not the typical shiny NIB bcg color.

I tried it in an Aero upper. It's too tight, does not slide freely!

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I bought a few of these last time around and they all came in clamshell packaging with cheap cardboard insert and did have the logo. I have six or seven of these total and the others I bought before came in a nice box with foam padding and literature. I'm sure some of the cost was saved on packaging. All have functioned as they should.

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I purchases one from Primary Arms. The bcg I received has a dull grey color. The failzero logo is barely visible. Is this normal? It look very different from my shiny WMD bcg.

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The person that down-voted this is stuck on stupid. What's not to like? A NiB bolt from Failzero priced at the cost of a normal BCG.

Never seen a better deal on a Failzero BCG than Primary Arms $99 deal on them, which is usually priced at this price every Black Friday.

This is a good product, and I very much like the ease of servicing them. I lube them as I would so a normal BCG.

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Absolutely, right. These BCGs are really nice and other than black Friday, I've never seen them this low.

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May not have logo?

May be factory seconds?

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They will come with either:
The older dark logo
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The new subdued Lasered logo

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Anderson barrels are cheap, like $80. I wouldn't say you're getting a free barrel with that deal.

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170.85 Shipped
Great deal I have wanted to try a fail zero BCG for awhile and aside from the black Friday shipment of bolts they seem like a reliable product. I have used a few Anderson barrels they are a great product for the money!

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Primary and FZ did work together to get those with 'funky friday' FZ BCGs taken care of. Good on them for getting that done quickly.

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$200.22 shipped.
PA occasionally sells the FailZero BCG for $99.99, which means your paying $100 for the barrel, when they have it listed separately for $85" http://www.primaryarms.com/16-m4-carbine-contour-barrel-chambered-5-56-2... "
Right now they have the FailZero BCG with hammer for only $129
http://www.primaryarms.com/failzero-exo-coated-m16-cut-complete-bolt-car...
How is that a deal ???
Maybe bundle it with the later BCG w/hammer for $129 and it's a deal !!!

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I swear Primary must have boxcars full of FZ BCGs :)

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I ordered one cyber Monday for same price, from PA.... Nice BCG. Hard to beat this deal, IMO.
You can barely see the FZ logo on mine ...I mean have to shine a light on it at certain angles to see it. I can't see it at all looking strait at it..but just a minor complaint. I would have purchased it just the same, if that detail was in the description, for this price. ...but, it sure does look nice in the stock photo.

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Hey Right To Bear, suck it! This is the right price

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I checked the site, and its posted at $185.00?!

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