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    Quote Originally Posted by kirkland View Post
    PSA has got a "daily deal" on a nitrided BCG for $70 right now
    Nice. I wouldn't hesitate to put that in a range toy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BVickery View Post
    I am looking for a BCG, and if I was getting best ones, would just grab a Sionics and be done with it.

    I am looking for a BCG for a plinking rifle. I don't need it to work 100% of the time, life is not on the line etc. But at the same time I really don't want one that is breaking every few rounds for one reason or another. Something like a Cross Machine Tool or Anderson fit the bill?
    Indeed there is a Cross Machine & Tool according to Google, but the first thing that crossed my mind was Continental Machine & Tool, which actually was a USGI parts contractor at one time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sva01 View Post
    Saved for posterity!
    Wonder if it was rainbow hued? Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by BVickery View Post
    I am looking for a BCG, and if I was getting best ones, would just grab a Sionics and be done with it.

    I am looking for a BCG for a plinking rifle. I don't need it to work 100% of the time, life is not on the line etc. But at the same time I really don't want one that is breaking every few rounds for one reason or another. Something like a Cross Machine Tool or Anderson fit the bill?
    ??????? I like BCG's that are 100% reliable 100% of the time. Nothing fancy. Toolcraft? $100ish. Why is this a topic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OutofBatt3ry View Post
    ??????? I like BCG's that are 100% reliable 100% of the time. Nothing fancy. Toolcraft? $100ish. Why is this a topic?
    Zero issues with any of my Toolcraft stuff thus far. Good quality at a fair price...


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    Aim Surplus has these for ~$50...

    https://aimsurplus.com/products/whit...eid=f186521e20

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    Quote Originally Posted by ABNAK View Post
    Indeed there is a Cross Machine & Tool according to Google, but the first thing that crossed my mind was Continental Machine & Tool, which actually was a USGI parts contractor at one time.
    CMT makes awesome stuff..Ive seen Stick vouch for them too, I think he knows the owner IF Im not mistaken.
    Ive got a 17" rail from them that is nice. AND..they are fellow Tennesseans like us!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OutofBatt3ry View Post
    ??????? I like BCG's that are 100% reliable 100% of the time. Nothing fancy. Toolcraft? $100ish. Why is this a topic?
    Because for a range gun for me, I'm not worried if my gun goes bang for a range toy. I am very much concerned if my HD rifle fails to do the same.

    Also, thanks for the ar15discount. They have Toolcraft BCGs on sale.

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    Toolcraft and AO Precision have done very well for me!

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