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PSA BCG #4675687
02/23/18 04:50 PM
02/23/18 04:50 PM
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Cajun Country, La.
BlueOvalFitter Offline OP
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Are you needing a good BCG? This is PSA's top of the line BCG. I have bought this one, minus the logo, for $10 less, and it's in one of my AR's.
This past black Friday they had it on sale for $59.99. I bought one to keep as a spare.

http://palmettostatearmory.com/palmetto-...group-8779.html

Re: PSA BCG [Re: BlueOvalFitter] #4675774
02/23/18 06:36 PM
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That's a good deal for sure. I'm just afraid the way they ship, if I ordered it, by the time it arrived they would have to exhume my body so I could take a look at it.

Re: PSA BCG [Re: billt460] #4675833
02/23/18 07:33 PM
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Originally Posted By: billt460
That's a good deal for sure. I'm just afraid the way they ship, if I ordered it, by the time it arrived they would have to exhume my body so I could take a look at it.

That thar's funny rot thar! crackmeup LOL stooges
I have to agree with you, their shipping is equivalent to either watching the grass grow or a snail race!

Re: PSA BCG [Re: BlueOvalFitter] #4675964
02/23/18 09:44 PM
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I'll never run enough rounds through an AR in the years I have left to worry about breaking/damaging a BCG. grin LOL grin2


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Re: PSA BCG [Re: Linctex] #4676111
02/24/18 06:09 AM
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Originally Posted By: Linctex
I'll never run enough rounds through an AR in the years I have left to worry about breaking/damaging a BCG. grin LOL grin2


The same with all my handguns. I only shoot them-each 100 rounds (2x50) per year. My nearby range only gets $24 (2x$12) from me this year.

I only shoot my rifles 5-10 rounds every hunting season. Now my three muzzleloader rifles get a little more..... maybe 50 rounds each per year. They are more fun to shoot than boring centerfires.


She's the only sister-in-law I have. But she's not my favorite.
Re: PSA BCG [Re: Linctex] #4676212
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Originally Posted By: Linctex
I'll never run enough rounds through an AR in the years I have left to worry about breaking/damaging a BCG. grin LOL grin2

There ARE other reasons to keep a spare around.
Are you SO SURE of your BCG that it will NEVER break? There are several parts of it that are under extreme stress when in the battery position. I have seen them fail while in the ARMY. It was the extractor, extractor spring, or both.
But, one reason I keep a spare is in case I want to build another AR. Okay, then you will just say, why not just buy one when you build an AR? Because, any of my current BCG's can possibly fail.
It's a vicious cycle, you know..........grin

Re: PSA BCG [Re: BlueOvalFitter] #4676238
02/24/18 08:54 AM
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One of the best reasons to keep a spare AR-15 / M-16 BCG with you at all times while shooting, is the ease of which they can be replaced. There is no other semi auto battle rifle that I know of, that is so quick and easy to get back into action, if you experience any type of fire control failure than the AR-15 is. If you break an extractor, firing pin, or a bolt, you can replace the entire bolt carrier group in less than 10 seconds. And be back in action.

Then after you get home you can change out whatever part failed, and have your spare BCG all ready to go again. Try that on a Springfield M1-A. They are a total PITA just to field strip. You'll learn 15 new cuss words just trying to get the bolt and op-rod out of the thing. Then 15 more trying to get them back in. I would rather field strip and clean 5 AR-15's, rather than 1 M1-A.

Re: PSA BCG [Re: billt460] #4676354
02/24/18 10:43 AM
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Originally Posted By: billt460
One of the best reasons to keep a spare AR-15 / M-16 BCG with you at all times while shooting, is the ease of which they can be replaced. There is no other semi auto battle rifle that I know of, that is so quick and easy to get back into action, if you experience any type of fire control failure than the AR-15 is. If you break an extractor, firing pin, or a bolt, you can replace the entire bolt carrier group in less than 10 seconds. And be back in action.

Then after you get home you can change out whatever part failed, and have your spare BCG all ready to go again. Try that on a Springfield M1-A. They are a total PITA just to field strip. You'll learn 15 new cuss words just trying to get the bolt and op-rod out of the thing. Then 15 more trying to get them back in. I would rather field strip and clean 5 AR-15's, rather than 1 M1-A.

Well said. Thank You. thumbsup USA


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