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AR-15 Bolt Carrier Group (Full Auto Profile) - .223 / 5.56mm NATO / .300 AAC Blackout



If you're looking for the "guts" to go inside the upper receiver you just bought or built, we have a super affordable yet robust and well-performing option for you.  This BCG will accept .223, 5.56mm NATO, and .300 AAC blackout rounds.  See below for the ins and outs.

Steel: Carpenter No. 158 steel bolt

Profile: Full Auto

Carrier: Chrome Lined inside, Phosphated Outside

Gas Key: Chrome Lined, Phosphated Outside

Gas Key: Hardened to USGI Specifications

Gas Key: Mil-spec Staked

Extractor: Tool Steel Extractor and Extractor Spring

Please Note: Bolt Carrier Group will be packaged dry, lubricate BCG before use.

Made in the USA Lifetime Warranty

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