FailZero Bolt Carrier Group - Practically Tactical Review

on Friday, 15 May 2015.

FailZero Bolt Carrier Group - Practically Tactical Review

“I have to start this post with an apology to FailZero: I did many bad things to your bolt and you aren’t getting it back. I hope that’s okay. Back in April I received a FailZero AR15 BCG with no hammer.

(After) 2,500 brutal rounds of steel cased ammo with no lubrication, ran with all sorts of dirt and sand through it from our Hexmag Torture Test, been thrown down range, poured soda on it, used it in all my local competitions, and I am sure more things have been done to it that I can’t even remember at this point - the only issue I have with the bolt is this: I have NO video evidence of any malfunctions nor witnessed any evidence of failures while I have been shooting. So now I can’t make a popular YouTube video trashing this BCG, my fame will have to wait for another day. The real fame should go to this bolt as it has been 100% reliable and functioned through the hell we have put through this BCG. The FailZero BCG has just ran and ran no matter what is run through it.

This bolt is legit when it comes to coated bolt carrier groups. It does what it says and it does it reliably. The coating makes it far easier to clean than standard bolts and, most importantly, it is reliable as hell. So whether you have an AR15 just to plink with, you are a competition shooter, or someone who uses their AR to defend their home, I would highly recommend a FailZero BCG as your bolt carrier group.”

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