We finally got our hands on a Bear Creek Arsenal BC-15 5.56 NATO Rifle with a 20" black nitrided government cold hammer forged 1:8 twist barrel.
This AR-15 has a rifle-length gas system, A2 front sight, and carry handle, and it is more fun to shoot than you can shake a stick at!
*Featuring an A2 Front Sight* This BCA 5.56 NATO AR-15 Complete rifle has a 20" Cold Hammer Forged barrel with a Government profile, is made of 4150 Chrome Vanadium with a Black Nitride finish and features a 1:8 Twist Rate, a Rifle length gas system.
The Rifle includes a Rifle Handguard, A2 front sight, carry handle, an M4 flat-top forged upper receiver with forwarding assist, a BCA Bolt Carrier Group, a Flash Hider, Non-Collapsible Butt Stock and a Charging Handle.
It is chambered in 5.56 NATO and machined with M4 feed ramps in the barrel extension.
|Material||4150 Chrome Moly Vanadium|
|Thread Pitch||1/2 x 28|
|Feed Ramp||M4 Feedramp|
|Gas System||Rifle Length|
|Gas Block System||0.750|
|Charging Style||Rear Charging|
|Price||It's CHEAP Check it out at bearcreekarsenal.com!|
Common Features on Bear Creek Arsenal AR-15 Rifles
The AR-15 is a versatile and widely used firearm platform known for its modularity and adaptability. Here are some common features of the AR-15:
Caliber Options: The AR-15 is available in various calibers, with the .223 Remington/5.56 NATO being the most common. Other calibers include 6.5 Grendel, 6.8 SPC, and .300 AAC Blackout.
Gas System: The AR-15 typically operates on a direct impingement or gas piston system. In direct impingement, gas is used to cycle the action, while in a gas piston system, gas drives a piston to cycle the action.
Modularity: The AR-15's design allows for easy customization and modification. Users can change barrels, handguards, stocks, grips, and other components to suit their preferences.
Detachable Magazine: The AR-15 uses detachable box magazines, usually with a capacity of 20 or 30 rounds. Magazines can be quickly swapped for reloading.
Selective Fire: Most civilian AR-15s are semi-automatic, firing one round per trigger pull. Military and law enforcement versions may have selective fire capabilities, allowing for automatic or burst fire.
Upper and Lower Receivers: The AR-15 has separate upper and lower receivers, typically made of aluminum. The upper receiver contains the barrel and chamber, while the lower receiver houses the trigger group and magazine well.
Picatinny Rails: The top of the receiver and often the handguard feature Picatinny rails, allowing users to attach accessories such as optics, lights, lasers, and grips.
Adjustable Stock: Many AR-15s come with adjustable stocks, allowing users to customize the length of pull for comfort and proper shooting stance.
Pistol Grip: The AR-15 usually features a pistol grip beneath the lower receiver, providing a comfortable and ergonomic hold.
Barrel Length: Barrel lengths can vary, with common lengths ranging from 16 to 20 inches. Shorter barrels are often used for more compact or specialized configurations.
Forward Assist and Dust Cover: These features are included in many AR-15 designs. The forward assist helps ensure the bolt is fully closed, and the dust cover helps protect the internal components from debris.
It's important to note that variations exist among AR-15 models produced by different manufacturers, and individual customization options can further differentiate one rifle from another. Additionally, regulations regarding certain features, such as barrel length and selective fire, can vary by jurisdiction. Always be aware of and comply with local laws and regulations when owning or modifying firearms.