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Made in USA. Bolt is made of Mil-spec Carpenter 158 steel, Shot peened, High pressure tested and Mag Particle Inspected. Gas key is machined out of bar stock, chrome lined phosphate coated, and secured with grade 8 fasteners and staked per mil-spec. Bolt carrier is phosphated outside and chrome lined inside. Laser engraved with the PSA logo.

For packaging considerations, BCG will be packed dry. As a result, it will have a grey, dusty appearance that will turn black with the application of CLP or other preferred lubricant.

Extractor Spring
Black Extractor Insert
Mil-Spec O-Ring

Features:
- Milspec Carpenter No. 158® steel bolt
- Shot Peened Bolt
- High pressure tested
- Mag particle inspected
- Chrome Lined Carrier (AUTO)
- Chrome Lined Gas Key
- Gas Key Hardened to USGI Specifications
- Gas Key Grade 8 Hardened Fasteners
- Gas Key Staked Per Mil-Spec
- Tool Steel Extractor
- Extractor Spring
- Extractor O-ring Insert
- SKU 8779

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Be wary of the new PSA. It's getting pretty risky and somewhat of a crap shoot to order from them. Shipping times are weeks upon weeks, quality control is becoming far less important, customer service is becoming non existent. People are calling just to be told by an automated system that there are technical difficulties and they wont answer phones for days and when they do it can take 30-60 minutes of being in a queue to get through, Then ask a hard question, they hang up on you or flat out lie to you about whatever they take a fancy to that day. If you run into a problem with your order you will have a nightmare getting a hold of customer service and finally getting an RMA and then the new waiting game begins, waiting on them to actually ship out a replacement. Every company has QC issues on occasion, its how they handle this that makes or breaks a company. Can you get through to customer service to get a warranty return? Will they ship it quickly? Are they honest and helpful? PSA is failing all of the above currently.

People are being banned from their FB page for simple things like asking why the phone systems are down to commenting on the numerous problems they are having with shipping times or customer service concerns, people are reporting that they are being banned and having their orders cancelled for leaving negative reviews etc, the negatives are far outweighing the positives for weeks now in spite of the censorship.

I still have a little bit of hope for PSA to recover but its rapidly waning the longer this fiasco continues because in spite of the shipping / QC / warranty issues that are becoming far to common they have some good people in their CS dept that once you get a hold of them are knowledgeable and helpful. they just have their hands tied by a shipping dept that is out to lunch. I just don't know if management cares enough to look at how their company is suiciding or if they even care. They don't have sales, they just add a daily special tag to random items that were already shipping for free or at that current price and swap them around. The only recent price changes was them adding up to or more than $5 each to various mags to ship to Commifornia during their panic buy week. You definitely don't want to buy anything from them you absolutely need in the next 3-4 weeks.

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I have both and my combat armory was used in a Christmas build for my father. Well let’s just say he is now using my spare PSA because the combat armory bolt came with a bent firing pin. PSA is running like a champ

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I bought (5) of these at this price and they were all PERFECT. IVE NEVER seen such insanely cheap prices on such great merchandise, i shoot a lot too (mostly not PSA rifles...a few that I built myself with Geissele super gas blocks a jig, pinned and drilled,so,that I know that gas tube and gas block won’t pop off when stress is applied to,the rifles. I shoot primarily LMT, Knights Armament (which requires a different bolt), BCM, and Daniel They are all excellent, top tier rifles and I just occasionally will use a PSA bolt to see how well,they do under stress either in, PSA BUILDS or my other non piston rifles....so far during rapid rifle I’ve never seen a bolt crack or sheer. What’s funny is these bolts LOOK IDENTICAL to my BCM Bolts which I thought was SHOCKING. Maybe my bcm bolts were from toolcraft that batch but I am telling you, these bolts are sharp, crisp, no,chatter or tool,marks. they look like professional tier one bolts.....for,the price it’s a just a win for us all!!!

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A number of years ago, I came across a post that said, PSA Premium BCGs, and BCM BCGs are identical, except for the labeling. It stated they are made by the same OEM contractor, in the same plant, and are milled, assembled, and inspected to the same standards by the same workers. The only difference is PSA only requires them to test fire one out of 20 BCGs, but BCM requires every BCG test fired. More recently I have come across info that indicates Toolcraft, who to my best knowledge did not do retail production at that time, were the OEM contactor the post had referred to. I am not 100% sure my statement is totally correct, but over a period of several years, I have seen nothing that would indicate it isn't. Please let me know if you have fact based info that will support, or contradict what I have written.

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They sell great products for sure

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Spend a few dollars more and get a toolcraft. No questions asked lifetime warranty, that you’ll more then likely never need to use...

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Just saw a Combat Armory BCG. I would definitely spend the extra and the the Palmetto.

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Love their prices, but the shipping times suck BAWLS! Ordered Black label 500rnds of 9mm on 11/16 and it still hasn't shipped. Bought 2 Toolcraft NiB BCG on 11/20 and didn't ship until 11/26. Order way before x-mas if you buy anything as a gift!

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My last order never said shipped, it just showed up one day and after that it showed delivered. maybe you will get lucky and it will just show up in the mail tomorrow.

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Ordered on 11/20, Label Created11/24/2018, Shipped 11/26/2018 &.Delivered12/03/2018 at 10:20 A.M. Took a week to ship, ok with actual shipping time since on opposite coast, but 6 days to ship is ridiculous! Still like prices and quality but lead times should be stated. Got (2) Toolcraft Logo'd Premium 5.56 Nickel Boron BCG's for $79.99 ea shipped so worth the wait.

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That’s just awesome dude. I never knew how good these PSA boltsmwere until earlier this year. I used to spend close to (2) Benjamin’s with shipping for my BCM marked boltsmand i own a number of those. These bolts are just fantastic. I. So,happy I discovered this place....

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Everyone is entitled to their opinion, and if you like Combat Armory's bargain BCGs I'm happy for you. They may be the best thing since the invention of flush toilets. Time will be the judge that determines if your Combat Armory BCGs will earn a loyal customer base, and a good reputation of high quality and good performance.Until then, I'll be buying affordable BCGs that have already earned that respect. Right now Tool Craft, PSA, and Brownells are all good BCGs at affordable, and competitive prices. Maybe Combat Armory will succeed and join the club, or will they be just another want to be. We will see?

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At $60.00 w/ free shipping this is an insanely good deal. These BCG's are just as good as the $150+ "high end" BCG's.

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Yes they are HIGH END BCG’s. I was one of those spending close to,(2) Benjamin’s per boltmwith shipping andnthese are identical!!! It’s like a dream come true!!! Buy all u can whilemthe gettnmis good BECAUSE I,PROMISE U WITH THOSE STATIST SCUMBAGS IN THE HOUSE, THEY WILL NEVER STOP UNTIL THEY ARE PROTECTED BY ALL THESE GUNS BUT THEY CAN POINT THEM AT U!

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I started using these several years ago when they were running $119 on sale, and they been my "Go To" BCG ever since. Rock solid, trouble free performance round after round, year after year, they have greatly exceeded any expectation I had when I bought that first one. Pick one up. Down the road you will be glad you did.

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Insanity at $59.00 dollArs considering toolcraft makes bcg’s for BCM and a number of other large Military suppliers....

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Toolcraft makes PSA's bcgs. Why do you think they also sell Toolcraft bcgs? And why do you think that the only place you can get a nickel boron Toolcraft bcg with their logo is on PSA's site? As Lpman59 stated, Toolcraft confirms this on their site and if you ask PSA they will tell you Toolcraft makes their bcgs.

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He was insinuating that it's a good deal since toolcraft ALSO makes bcgs for higher end brands

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this is not a deal, when you can get a higher quality bcg made from superior 9310 steel for $15 less with free shipping (use code: take25) from Combat Armory http://www.combatarmory.com/combat-armory-ar15-223-223-wylde-300acc-blac...

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No thanks! Combat Armory has plenty of BCG’s in stock for $15 less with code take25 and free shipping and they are made out of a Superior Steel 9310 with greater strength than c-158

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Yeah bear creek bcg’s

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No thanks, dude. I’ll take a Toolcraft c158 BCG over anything else.

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That’s OK; as long as your happy.
does “Combat armory manufacture BCGS for the military? No
Are they better?
That depends on who u ask. I would preferably have a system that has been manufactured for the military Because god knows if anyone breaks shit we will....
My BCM and my PSA BOLTS are identical. That’s what’s so crazy.

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$45 No tax, shipped to CA. What a steal. Thanks for the info!

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That is a steal. Picked up two BCGs plus two charging handles. Thanks a ton for the info.

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No one cares that you got two

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Wanna share what underwear you were wearing?

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Wow! great deal just ordered one 45 bucks free shipping

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Toolcraft has confirmed on their FB page that they are in fact the manufacturer of PSA’s BCGs by posting a link to PSA’s BCG sale.

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Ordered my last one it shipped in 2 day's, all is well.

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$59.99 is the lowest price I have ever seen on these. These are excellent BCGs at a price that can't be beat.

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At $80 get a Toolcraft and have it in days instead of weeks.

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yup, they're the same price as a genuine toolcraft (though supposedly toolcraft makes the premium PSA bolts), but you don't have to wait :D....plus, toolcraft BRANDED bcg's come with a lifetime warranty

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PSA products now include a lifetime warranty too.

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Why do they bother making 'full auto' BCG if you can't really use it in full auto without the sear? All I see is a couple extra ounces to lug around unnecessarily due to the barrier needing more metal. Is it a marketing ploy? I guess it just sounds 'cooler' if its a FULL AUTO bcg. I'd just prefer the weight reduction, but then what do I put in the keywords for a search?

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Full auto/m16 carriers are the original spec and the buffet and spring were designed with that speed in mind. A lighter carrier (the butchered semi auto) may require adjustments in those other two parts of the puzzle to perform correctly and reliable.

That and like mentioned above with the shrouded firing pin.

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Buffer* spec* ugh autotype on the phone...

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Full auto BCGs have more of the firing pin covered to prevent premature bending of the pin via the hammer. Semi auto bolts have less metal around the pin and are more prone to bending the pin. Full auto can handle the pin being constant struck by the hammer without bending. Semi auto cant. But most BCGs are full auto rated. They are also heavier than their semi auto counterparts due to less metal around the firing pin

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I will wait for the regular price of 69.99$ with free shipping

No more panic buying or I will regret later.

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PSA has their nitride bcg on sale for $70 right now, better deal than this. Just an FYI

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$80 OTD is realistically all I would pay for this. Quit trying to push a panic PSA! Your "deals" and emails are becoming nothing more than spam. Still some good vendors out there, even in this climate. Don't become another CTD.
I own 4 PSA rifles and have spent more than my fair share on an annual basis. Just wrapped up an $800 accessory and ammo buy and none of it though PSA.

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To become CTD they'd have to start selling their $300 cases of 5.56 for a grand (or 2 grand as CTD got to at one point), selling PMags for $50 each, etc. :)

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Same here. Starting to yawn now when I see these ads. Gun manufacturers pretend to dislike the liberals when they are in power but in reality "the perceived panics" bring them more cash. Now we have somewhat of a gun friendly federal government and the gun manufacturers can't seem to let go of yesterdays price point. Meaning 2008 AR parts pricing.

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i have 3 of these and they run flawlessly. i swear they were 10 bucks cheaper not that long ago...

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All of their “deals” were 10 cheaper and many had free shipping as well. They yanked it after the Florida protests got going.

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They were $10 less without free shipping a few weeks back. Shipping for me is less than $10 and if you're buying more than one the cost at $69.99 + shipping was noticeably less.

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They have been $69.99 + free shipping in recent history. Not often, but it has happened a few times.

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Was $69.99 + free ship about 3 weeks ago. I'll have to find the email to be exact. PSA is really pushing the panic button on pricing and essentially cutting no more deals, at least for the time being. I've been ignoring their deal emails since Florida.
That said, the premium 158 bolts are spec and GTG for at least the 3 I own.

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the minute parkland happened the retailers got "Sandy Hook" $ signs in their eyes even though the panic buying isn't happening. They're trying to push for a panic, but this is all they can do right now ..

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