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#1 ONLINE   Longhair

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Posted Jun. 29 2018 - 07:20 PM

Right to Bear is having a blowout 4th of July sale!

 

ToolCraft C158 BCG https://www.righttob...tooauto-011.htm

ToolCraft 9310 BCG https://www.righttob...tooauto-016.htm

 

Then there are other great deals:

SBM4 Pistol Brace $95 https://www.righttob.../sbm4-01-sb.htm

Rock River 2-stage Varmint trigger $79.95 https://www.righttob.../ar0093nmkv.htm

9310 Bolt Kit $42 https://www.righttob...-p/sbn158ck.htm

Rock River LPK w/2-stage NM trigger $119.95 https://www.righttob...-p/ar0120nm.htm

etc............

 

I'm going to bust my BRD budget for the month. :lol:




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Posted Jun. 29 2018 - 07:27 PM

Right to Bear is having a blowout 4th of July sale!

 

ToolCraft C158 BCG https://www.righttob...tooauto-011.htm

ToolCraft 9310 BCG https://www.righttob...tooauto-016.htm

 

Then there are other great deals:

SBM4 Pistol Brace $95 https://www.righttob.../sbm4-01-sb.htm

Rock River 2-stage Varmint trigger $79.95 https://www.righttob.../ar0093nmkv.htm

9310 Bolt Kit $42 https://www.righttob...-p/sbn158ck.htm

Rock River LPK w/2-stage NM trigger $119.95 https://www.righttob...-p/ar0120nm.htm

etc............

 

I'm going to bust my BRD budget for the month. :lol:

 

I tried to tell everyone, but you got the links.

We should shut mine down ? 




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Posted Jun. 29 2018 - 07:36 PM

I tried to tell everyone, but you got the links.

We should shut mine down ? 

No, but you could go back and edit your post to include a link to the sale. :tiphat:




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Posted Jun. 29 2018 - 07:56 PM

So these Toolcraft BCG's whats so special? (Not being a jerk, I wanna know)




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Posted Jun. 29 2018 - 08:18 PM

NOW THIS HAPPENS.... after I buy one...


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Posted Jun. 29 2018 - 08:24 PM

So these Toolcraft BCG's whats so special? (Not being a jerk, I wanna know)

This will answer your question better than I can.

https://www.toolcraftinc.com/company/




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Posted Jun. 29 2018 - 08:28 PM

Ok, so they are low bidder making parts for the gov't?

 

Really, I'm not being a jerk. I want to know why these are supposed to be so good? Why them over PSA or whomever else?




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Posted Jun. 29 2018 - 08:38 PM

It has to do with the higher/tighter standards required to keep those highly sought after government contracts. Reliability in extreme conditions is a big part of that, as it is with a lot of the gear our military contracts for.




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Posted Jun. 29 2018 - 09:06 PM

 

I tried to tell everyone, but you got the links.

We should shut mine down ? 

I listened. Question: I set up an account with them minutes ago. Do they send out emails for sales and such? I found nothing regarding that? Thanks.




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Posted Jun. 29 2018 - 10:29 PM

I listened. Question: I set up an account with them minutes ago. Do they send out emails for sales and such? I found nothing regarding that? Thanks.

IDK. I did not set up an account. 

 

I'm sure if you set up an account they will send sales emails...




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Posted Jun. 29 2018 - 11:04 PM

You can sign up for their e-mails HERE.


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Posted Jun. 29 2018 - 11:09 PM

It has to do with the higher/tighter standards required to keep those highly sought after government contracts. Reliability in extreme conditions is a big part of that, as it is with a lot of the gear our military contracts for.

 

This actually would make for an excellent debate. 

We have long been wary of the "lowest bidder syndrome" yet people desire equipment that is "mil-spec".




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Posted Jun. 29 2018 - 11:09 PM

You can sign up for their e-mails HERE.

 

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Posted Jun. 29 2018 - 11:48 PM

This actually would make for an excellent debate. 

We have long been wary of the "lowest bidder syndrome" yet people desire equipment that is "mil-spec".

The way I look at it, is that I don't hear a lot of horror stories about battlefield failures, so I assume that not many low bidder components are used. And ToolCraft isn't just any garden variety "mil-spec", it's an actual government contractor producing what's on the battlefield.

I have a couple of them, and they are top notch. Others like Fail Zero and even PSA are good enough for most of what I do, but when a deal like this comes along I have to jump.


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Posted Jun. 30 2018 - 05:39 AM

You can sign up for their e-mails HERE.

Great. Thanks.




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Posted Jul. 03 2018 - 08:26 PM

First of all, thanks for the heads up. Second of all, you cost me money!

Third, ToolCraft BCG's are good to go. They make BCG for the .gov, but slot of other people also. They (ToolCraft) make top quality BCG.

I have used them in the past and I will use them in the future.

The nitride finished one that I have on my .300 AAC Blackout upper couldn't be better machined and finished.


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Posted Jul. 03 2018 - 11:35 PM

I've often wondered about who they were and their quality as well.




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Posted Jul. 04 2018 - 01:21 AM

When it comes to AR 15's, there are a few companies that makes most of the things, dohickies and thingofabobs.

There are a hand full of forgers, then a slightly more in number of machining shops that turns forgings into uppers and lower into usable parts.

Then there are a few shops that makes BCG's, stamp out lower parts and so on.

People hate Anderson Manufacturing, but they are one of the people that machine lowers and uppers for other people, then they started to make them for themselves.

ToolCraft make BCG's for alot of other people, they also make them with a ToolCraft name stamped on them.

You may be running a ToolCraft BCG in your rifle right now and not know it, as it was made for someone else.

At one time (and maybe now) ToolCraft made BCG's for PSA for their premium line. No telling how many other companies they made BCG's for.

I just know that they make a quality BCG. I also use PSA premium BCG's also, as they are most likely made by ToolCraft or FN Herstal (which is right down the road).

I don't care about the name, just proven quality parts. If it's mil-spec or better, then I'm going with it. If it's a proven part.


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Posted Jul. 04 2018 - 01:21 AM

When it comes to AR 15's, there are a few companies that makes most of the things, dohickies and thingofabobs.

There are a hand full of forgers, then a slightly more in number of machining shops that turns forgings into uppers and lower into usable parts.

Then there are a few shops that makes BCG's, stamp out lower parts and so on.

People hate Anderson Manufacturing, but they are one of the people that machine lowers and uppers for other people, then they started to make them for themselves.

ToolCraft make BCG's for alot of other people, they also make them with a ToolCraft name stamped on them.

You may be running a ToolCraft BCG in your rifle right now and not know it, as it was made for someone else.

At one time (and maybe now) ToolCraft made BCG's for PSA for their premium line. No telling how many other companies they made BCG's for.

I just know that they make a quality BCG. I also use PSA premium BCG's also, as they are most likely made by ToolCraft or FN Herstal (which is right down the road).

I don't care about the name, just proven quality parts. If it's mil-spec or better, then I'm going with it. If it's a proven part.





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