I want to buy a full auto BCG for my LMT CQB MRP. The BCM one looks good except the logo in there (if it really is on the item and not just in the ad photo?) detracts a bit from my gun being all original. LMT is unfortunately out of stock. I want a whole ***'y so I have the original semi auto BCG as a spare. Here's the thing though. In the blurb about it it says it.... Our enhanced carriers incorporate a longer dwell time allowing barrel pressure to be greatly reduced and promoting easier extraction My question is, does this mean the weapon with a full auto BCG will not be able to fire "as fast as you can pull the trigger" ......as fast as a semi-auto BCG will allow the weapon to fire..."as fast as you can pull the trigger?" I am assuming dwell time is the time it takes the bolt to cycle....to extract and load a new round? In other words....a semi auto BCG in a full auto M4 would then, in return, give a faster cyclic rate at full auto.....no? Can you even fit one to a full auto weapon? But going back to the full auto on a semi auto CA compliant weapon...... would this be noticeable doing double taps, or such an infinitesimal difference as to not be an issue even in the slightest? I can't imagine it would, but I am just curious.