Bootleg Inc. Adjustable 5.56 M16 / AR-15 Bolt Carrier Group - Lithium Isonite

Manufactured by Bootleg Inc.
Manufactured by Bootleg Inc.
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The Bootleg Inc. 5.56 M16 Adjustable Bolt Carrier Group features a Mil-Spec design that is full auto rated and built to last. However, what sets this apart from standard Mil-Spec carriers is the 4 position gas adjustments built right into the side of the carrier that is easily accessible through the ejection port. Perfect for suppressed use and short barrel rifles, this allows you to easily tune your gas system to your set up and ammo. This adjustable BCG is machined from S7 tool steel and features a Lithium Isonite coating.

  • 5.56 Bolt
  • M16 profile carrier
  • 4 Position adjustable
  • S7 Steel construction
  • Lithium Isonite finish
  • Full auto rated
  • Magnetic particle inspected
  • Staked gas key
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Bolt FinishLithium Isonite
BrandBootleg Inc.
Caliber Gauge5.56 NATO
Carrier FinishLithium Isonite
Carrier StyleM16 Bolt Carrier

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So far - awesome with and without a suppressor


have two of them. One lives in a Spikes 5.56 build and the other in a PSA .300 build. Both function excellently, suppressed and I suppressed. The 5.56 is a mid length 14.5 barrel; the .300 is an 8.5 pistol length. Shooting unsuppressed, just leave these as normal on the unsuppressed setting, can even tweak the gas setting a little for hotter ammo vs more tame/underpowered stuff. I shoot suppressed with a DA Nomad-30, which produces some back pressure and rapid cycling unless the gas settings are reduced. In the 5.56 I use full suppressed setting for reliable cycling and for lower powered stuff MAYBE the second to lowest setting. For .300 AAC suppressed w/ same can: supersonic rounds need full suppressed setting, sub-Sonics need the full unsuppressed setting. I can switch ammo and all I have to do is change the setting, which I can reach through the ejection port. No disassembling or changing buffers needed.