Where bad choices make good stories
This BCG is from an unknown manufacturer. Not the worst ever I've examined, just the worst caught on camera.
VIDEO HERE (18:43 minutes)
Very interesting. I understood about 15%.
That bolt carrier and bolt have to have been made on a worn out CNC machine. The moral,of the story is that if a manufacturer won’t put their mark on the product, it is probably junk. I also wouldn’t be surprised if the bolt was made of substandard steel.
The School of the American Rifle! I saw that video. The bolt was marginal but OK; the BCG was garbage with a pretty gold TiNi coating.He did a review of a barrel from a company I just purchased one from and it wasn't bad. I'll be de-burring and polishing the feedramp per his instructions (no, I'm not Billy-Bob Dremel tool, thanks). Twenty inch heavy A2 barrels are not exactly thick on the ground; Bear Creek Armory has them and for a decent price. I took a chance and it looks really nice.
That was a very good review. I learned some new things. Thanks for posting it!
Thanx for that link sir. Tip O’the hat to ya.
I sub to this channel, he has some pretty good stuff JD
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