CMMG Radial Delayed .45 ACP Barrel and BCG Assembly - 8"
Excited to build a pistol caliber carbine but don’t want to deal with spending time and money trying to find the correct buffer weight to reliably cycle the blowback action and then still have to deal with harsh recoil? Now you can forget about all that headache with the CMMG Radial Delayed Barrel and BCG assembly chambered for .45 ACP. This kit utilizes the same radial delayed blowback system from the Guard series of PCC’s but allows you to build yours from the ground up, so you can build it to your preferences with ease. This system uses a bolt like an AR-15 without the gas system and with specific cuts on the lugs that force the bolt to rotate and delay the action from cycling in order to reduce felt recoil and increase reliability. This also has the benefit of being able to use a lighter BCG, so there is not a huge mass of steel slamming back and forth in your receiver. The gas key is still present for the sole purpose of interacting with the charging handle. Build your dream .45 ACP carbine with CMMG.
- 8” barrel chambered in .45acp
- Medium taper profile with 1:16 twist rate
- Threaded .578-28
- 4140 Chrome Moly steel with Nitride finish
- Radial delayed blowback bolt
- Requires enlarged ejection port for proper function
- Lighter than standard blowback bolts
The 8” barrel in this kit is machined from 4140 Chrome Moly steel with a salt bath Nitride finish and threaded .578-28 for muzzle devices. This kit is also designed to function with the CMMG Guard 45 receivers with enlarged ejection ports and may not work with other brands.
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Ratings & Reviews
Not compatible with all lowers.
Great design, parts look of good quality. Problem is, this will not work right with most .45 PCC lowers. The MKG lower has the mag sit lower. You can modify mag catches for it to work, but just beware YMMV.