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The L.W.R.C.I. Di Bolt Carrier Group

Postby LoganBetterton » Fri Feb 03, 2017 10:17 am

Don't forget, we also sell our high quality components! Our Di BCG's are available on the LWRCI.com web-store. This simplistic design is key-less, eliminating this common failure point (this means no staking or screws). The gas nozzle is also held to a tighter tolerance than a standard key meaning less gas is escaping. It's Nickel boron coated for ease of cleaning! These are compatible with any mil-spec AR-15 rifle.

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Re: The L.W.R.C.I. Di Bolt Carrier Group

Postby scott2015 » Wed Nov 08, 2017 7:17 pm

How in the hell do you remove the "gas nozzle" i think that's the correct terminology. I just got a roller cam from POF for my 556 di, POF does sell a modified gas key but since the LWRC's is integrated that doesn't work. now I'm fine with removing that every time I clean it, it doesn't seem to be too much of a hassle. Oh and is there any specific torque specifications on it or do you just screw it back in and line the identification marker back up?
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Re: The L.W.R.C.I. Di Bolt Carrier Group

Postby LoganBetterton » Thu Nov 09, 2017 10:07 am

scott2015 wrote:How in the hell do you remove the "gas nozzle" i think that's the correct terminology. I just got a roller cam from POF for my 556 di, POF does sell a modified gas key but since the LWRC's is integrated that doesn't work. now I'm fine with removing that every time I clean it, it doesn't seem to be too much of a hassle. Oh and is there any specific torque specifications on it or do you just screw it back in and line the identification marker back up?


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If you are referring to the gas key, there is no reason to remove this at all. This is a one-piece design.
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Re: The L.W.R.C.I. Di Bolt Carrier Group

Postby scott2015 » Thu Nov 09, 2017 2:15 pm

no i understand that, im talking about the black tube that comes off the key itself, it appears its been screwed in and pinned but i just want to make sure
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Re: The L.W.R.C.I. Di Bolt Carrier Group

Postby LoganBetterton » Thu Nov 16, 2017 10:13 am

scott2015 wrote:no i understand that, im talking about the black tube that comes off the key itself, it appears its been screwed in and pinned but i just want to make sure


Yes, this piece is pinned on.
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