Ormond Arms, a leading AR components distributor, and manufacturer, has announced the release of its new Nickel Boron Full-Auto Bolt Carrier Group. The new group will feature as part of the business’ comprehensive rifle parts, kits, and accessories lineup.
Making an official statement on their Twitter account, recently, the company said: “Our enhanced Bolt Carrier Group comes fully assembled and ready to drop into most MIL-SPEC M16, M4, or AR15 upper receivers. Its attractive design will add a powerful look to your AR build, reduce friction, and improve the overall performance of your rifle.”
Our enhanced Bolt Carrier Group comes fully assembled and ready to drop into most MIL-SPEC #M16, #M4, or #AR15 upper receivers. Its attractive design will add a powerful look to your AR build, reduce friction, and improve the overall performance of your rifle. pic.twitter.com/eKzmIGdRAF
— Ormond Arms LLC (@ormondarms) December 9, 2020
Ormond Arm’s New Nickel Boron BCG
The BCG is the most critical part of the AR-15, controlling more than 7 of the platform’s functions. Responsible for chambering rounds, lining the firing pin with the primer, maintaining integrity with pressures up to 70,000 PSI, and extracting empty cartridges, it performs the most complicated job on the AR-15. That means only the most reliable BCG can be chosen for optimal safety and performance.
With its debut on Ormond Arms’ digital storefront, the Nickel Boron BCG has generated a buzz in the firearms community for several reasons. Firstly, its extremely sleek finish allows it to keep a low coefficient of friction, meaning that the action remains smooth even without lubrication. In theory, this reduces the need for cleaning while ensuring optimal performance at higher temperatures. The risk of seizures due to heat or carbon build up is also severely reduced.
Against the standard phosphate finished bolt carrier group, the Nickel Boron maintains a higher degree of cleanliness after rugged use. Its sleek design offers corrosion resistance and its silvery undertone lets the user see exactly where carbon build up is occurring.
In application, the Nickel Boron Bolt Carrier Group offers better performance than its phosphate counterpart, while requiring less maintenance. It is able to take more of a beating against gas systems not meant for the standard AR-15, with shorter barrel lengths that would otherwise overgas the system.
- Bolt & Extractor (5.56/.223 compatible)
- Bolt Carrier
- Cam Pin
- Carrier Key
- Firing Pin
With overwhelmingly positive reviews from the community, The Nickel Boron finished bolt carrier group has proven itself a next level addition for any discerning AR-15 owner. Its ability to remain lubricated while dry, as well as the relatively low maintenance it needs come highly recommended. While it doesn’t allow an AR-15 to shoot full auto, the extra lug that this full auto BCG gets ensures a durability over twice as many shots as a standard semi auto BCG.
About Ormond Arms
Ormond Arms, based in Ormond Beach, Florida is a leading AR components distributor and manufacturer with an outstanding reputation in both local and national industries. Serving a robust AR-15 market, OA is dedicated to providing the highest quality AR-15 parts and other firearm-related products. Their parts are hand-selected based on the quality of their materials, with every part built, tested, and vouched for by industry professionals.
The Future of Ormond Arms
The debut of the new Ormond Arms Bolt Carrier Group is just the beginning step in this bright young company’s initiative to bring higher standards of product to the market for agreeable prices.
In a recent interview with the officials of the company, they stated: “We are always looking for new and better products to sell to our customers.” It’s safe to say Ormond Arms has its eyes open for up-and-coming developments in the industry. With the market being bolstered by unique innovation, we can only expect the future at Ormond Arms to be as bright as it is innovative.