Colt M16 5.56 NATO Bolt Carrier Group
- 5.56/.223/.300 BLK
- Mil-Spec assembly
- M16 profile
- Full auto rated
- High pressure tested
- Magnetic particle inspected
- Staked gas key with chrome lined internals
- Matte black Parkerized finish
Colt Manufacturing knows firearms. They have been designing them since the first patent made by Samuel Colt in 1836 and they know what it takes to bring quality products to the market for both military and civilians. If you want a firearm proven by time, you can’t go wrong with a Colt.
Ratings & Reviews
The standard for bolt carriers
Nothing fancy but this is the standard for bolt carriers, doesn’t have any coatings but it will last a
<br>long time. Anything colt makes rifle wise isn’t cool
<br>Or flashy but it works.
It's a Colt!
by Jacob -
Honestly, Colt sucks now. Their products are boring, the machining marks aren't cleaned up like their competitors are, and their quality control is struggling. The one I got came with a bolt that was deformed by the gas rings. It shouldn't affect function theoretically, and it did pass the high pressure test, but it should have failed dimensionally. People will rush to defend Colt because they are mIlSpEc but the reality is, "milspec" just means outdated and overpriced to anyone who has served. And Colt definitely capitalized on the market where the term "military grade" impresses and promotes a cult like following. I wish I could attach a photo to show, but just trust me when I say, there's a good chunk of metal missing where there shouldn't be... and the bolt is the one place where you definitely don't want that.
Colt bcg gtg
I have 4 Colt bcgs and theyre 100% reliable.Milspec is milspec I can mix and match the parts and theyre still100%.