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Old 03-02-2012, 11:33 PM   #11
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a real cool thing is bcm is exactly 29.6 miles from my house im going o make them my next ar15 purchase. if it breaks its a short drive to kick some @ss lol
I have heard of 1 instance of BCM not living up to their reputation on the four forums I visit. I'm betting you won't be #2.
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+1 BCM. In the course I took last week my BCM ran flawless without any cleaning (~700rds). Others had problems and many had to clean/lube

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Everytime i look at uppers for build #2, i somehow always end up back at BCM's website.....hmmmm weird . Not knocking other brands but for the value, they are a hard company to beat and they truly make an outstanding product.

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Old 03-03-2012, 08:27 PM   #14
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a real cool thing is bcm is exactly 29.6 miles from my house im going o make them my next ar15 purchase. if it breaks its a short drive to kick some @ss lol
That would be great to have BCM within 30 miles. I'd go plead and beg for a part time job, heck even sweep out the place, just to be around.
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BCM knows how to treat it's customers. I now have BCM swag coming out of my ears. I'm thinking Larue (king of swag) is packaging BCM's stuff for them now . And incase you missed it for all the free stuff there's a 16" SS 1:8 upper w/ VTAC 13" rail.

Other than Larue I don't know of anyone who treats their customers as good as BCM has treated me.

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BCM knows how to treat it's customers. I now have BCM swag coming out of my ears. I'm thinking Larue (king of swag) is packaging BCM's stuff for them now . And incase you missed it for all the free stuff there's a 16" SS 1:8 upper w/ VTAC 13" rail.

Other than Larue I don't know of anyone who treats their customers as good as BCM has treated me.

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Nice pick-up MJ!! Pretty sure i looked at the exact upper lmk how she shoots
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Nice score, MJ!

Funny, I was looking through the new "Book of the AR-15" magazine at the newstand today and an article rated Customer Service among 25+ AR makers. They really knocked BCM CS. And what did they base these ratings on? .... Could the author get a manual mailed to him!

While it's nice to get a printed manual if you want it, you'd think they'd have called with something more substantial, complaining of a problem that takes a little gray matter, like FTF or FTE and see if CS is able to quickly get on top of things to solve the problem. What a joke that article was!

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BCM knows how to treat it's customers. I now have BCM swag coming out of my ears. I'm thinking Larue (king of swag) is packaging BCM's stuff for them now . And incase you missed it for all the free stuff there's a 16" SS 1:8 upper w/ VTAC 13" rail.

Other than Larue I don't know of anyone who treats their customers as good as BCM has treated me.

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VERY nice, Keat!! You have good taste. great looking upper as well.
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Thanks everyone.

Q a manual for what? Who needs a manual? That's stupid. I had a hat, 5 stickers, 4 cool posters, and another copy of Filthy 14. Oh yeah, and a high quality upper all in one box.

I challenge anyone to find a legitimate bad experience with BCM.

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Yeah, the hack just called the AR makers and asked for a manual for the AR-15. That's how he rated CS, no technical questions at all. What a joke! And now we'll see "illuminati" quoting the results as gospel.

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