Description

Bolt Finish: Nitride
Bolt Steel: 9310
Profile: Full Auto Profile
Gas Key: Grade 8 Hardened Fasteners, Staked per MilSpec

Bolt is Magnetic Particle Inspected (MPI)

The PSA Freedom Nitride BCG is made with a 9310 bolt with a full-auto profile, designed to be used in AR-15 & M-16 style rifles.  Bolt is magnetic particle inspected for a uniform quality and operational reliability.

SKU: 516446953
UPC#: 000516446953

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Would anyone put this in a pistol?

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Sure, why not? Running a few in both 300BLK (8") and 5.56 (10.5/12.5) pistol uppers.

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I'm going to get one of these and keep it in my safe next to my AR. That away if I ever have to make my AR full auto for a fight I can just pop this bad boy in and be ready to go!

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Takes more than the bcg profile to make a full auto bud.

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Hi just learning bout the ar platforms and am wondering where it says full auto profile, what does that mean? Is it that it will work for either just semi or a full auto ar or that it can make a semi auto full auto? No hateful replies please im just asking to learn iv never built a ar thank u

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Oh yeah. That'll do the trick but only if you load the bullets in backward. If they resist just kind of jam them in with a screwdriver. You're good to go.

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Full auto bolt is just the profile of the bcg. That alone will not make it full auto.

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Just means that if by chance you can afford a full auto lower this bcg will trip the auto sear. Some BCG's are cut in such a way that they will not function in a full auto rifle, just semi-auto. Welcome to the 2a community!

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thank you very much for exlaining this in a resectful way, i really appreciate it

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Says Bolt Steel is 9310, but mine came with a C158 bolt. Not really better or worse, just wasn't exactly as advertised.

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Great price for a bcg however if quick shipping is your cup of tea then look elsewhere. Been waitin two weeks already.

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I would call. I have my toys in 3 days. I have made several different orders lately including a spare bolt.

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Im surprised they spend the money to mag test them...any cracks or other issues which would cause a catastophic failure it will pick up for sure.....

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Its batch testing.

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I have these and also a DIAS. What’s the problem? You don’t stay rich by spending all your money on the most expensive items. These are solid and a great value.

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Are these PSA logo'd BCG or non-logo?

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When it says it is, then it is. When it doesn't, then it's not. Rather simple concept.

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Thanks for not being helpful and addressing something you clearly have no knowledge of. Twice I have ordered from PSA when descriptions and photos showed no logo only to receive logo’d product. Yes you can go through customer service as I have in the past and yes they will switch it out but it’s time consuming so I verify ahead of time. Hence why I ask for those that ACTUALLY made a purchase of THESE units if they are logo’d or not logo’d. Rather simple concept but thanks for playing.

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SINCE YOU LIKE TO TYPE WORDS BIG I WILL TELL YOU I HAVE ACTUALLY BOUGHT THESE, AND MANY OTHERS FROM PSA. THESE ARE NO LOGO, JUST LIKE THE DESCRIPTION INDICATES. SO IT REALLY IS A SIMPLE CONCEPT. SORRY IT'S TOUGH FOR YOU TO UNDERSTAND.

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Not cool. Boo mititaryvet.

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Wow, you're an ass... one who gives vets a bad name. My purchasing experience with PSA has been exactly like he mentioned, and good fucking luck trying to get ahold of their customer service. In all my years ordering from them, I have never once gotten them to pick up the phone.

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Didn’t make drill instructor, did ya?

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I’m confused. These are with the logo? I thought they were no logo? Or is that backwards?

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Yeah total bull shit

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When did tax deal start ? I had several in my buggie last night and did not order ! Now I don't think I will finish the deal

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January 1st. Thank the courts.

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4 out of 5 'yes to the tax votes' were from GOP appointed supreme count judges. I find this interesting.

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When the Supreme Court said. Many sites/companies now charge sales tax to everyone

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Funny thing is not all companies are charging sales tax.

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PSA now charging sales tax across State lines; add $8.50 shipping to that and cost is $61.50.

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That is still a good deal. Weren't these bcgs 75.00 last year?

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I have used these in a couple of my builds. They are durable and run fine. They are however not the smoothest, so keep you gun well oiled when using. Cant beat the price if you are doing a budget build.

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Are these chrome lined? Anyone?

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no, 99% of nitride BCGs aren't chrome lined because the nitrided creates the wear resistance and slickness that chrome is meant to accomplish in a parkerized bcg

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Thanks for the help. I'm new to the platform and appreciate an answer without sarcasm. I don't always get that on this site.

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Yes the bcg is chrome lined. I have several. They are all MPI and Chrome line. Psa skimps on batch testing mpi, but not on cl in bcgs and the chamber of their rifles.

The only place where nitride is suitable to replace the chrome is in the bore of the rifles.

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out of stock 1/3/2018 9pm est

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good grief... this has happened to me 3 times before i could snag one

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Just order a Toolcraft and enjoy a lifetime Warranty straight from the mfr.

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Back in stock

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These are really great firing pin holding units. I shoot long range competition with this on my .300 Blackcat. 5 stars.

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I just ordered a 2nd one of these. I put one in a 8" ar pistol that I converted to full auto and it's held up great, the ORIGIONAL one crapped out after 25 rounds. Nice part for a great price.

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I’m doubtful that someone with the means to acquire a legally transferable auto sear would go for the cheapest BCG that PSA will sell.

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You haven't met enough NFA owners or SOTs then. For some, it's a way to save costs when you just dropped 15K on a full auto toy.

For others, it's about the failure test to learn if these are cheap or inexpensive.

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I just ordered a set,anybody have one of these and how's it working out for them?

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You're good to go.

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Cool

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Cheapest (price wise) complete BCG I could find on the market right now.

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I'm wondering if these can be polished to increase the lubricity like nickel boron.

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Back in stock.

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