Originally Posted by Quentin
I agree with Gatoragn. What's so special about this BCG other than it's in stock? For $300 you'd think they could make a halfway attempt to equal BCM's specs.
To each their own. Why would someone buy a ferrari when you can buy a camry that will take you from point A to point B? It's just preference. With people charging you 350-450 for a chrome bolt carrier group on gunbroker.com, I wanted to share with the forum that you can purchase a CERAMIC bolt carrier group for 300 dollars. Nickel Boron is also a ceramic coating and companies have their own proprietary blend like anderson manufacturing RF85. This thread was posted to inform members of this forum who wants a Ceramic bolt carrier group that it was available and in stock. Have you ever used a ceramic bolt carrier group?
I clean my ARs after a day out shooting and I usually put a dab of oil so my rifle bags and carpet in my safe don't have oil all over them, I oil my ARs when I get to the range, but because of that I have purchased ceramic bolt carriers because if someone is trying to kick down my door, I'm not going to say hold on, let me oil my gun so it can run properly. I have cycled my ARs with very little oil and it ran flawlessly. I can't say the same for my other BCG. I think the extra money is well spent, but that's only my 2 cents.