How are Young bolt control groups?
Hello all. I'm just about done with my carbine build and now I'm in the hunt for a quality BCG. The question that I have is...how are Young phosphate auto bcg's? Most places are out of stock of good quality bcg's, but I can find Young's in stock now. Do they:
Chrome line the carrier and key?
Shot peen the bolt?
MP test and HPT test the assemblies?
Thanks for the info guys.
I'd like to hear some feedback on Young Manufacturing BCGs...They look real nice, how do they perform? Any structural differences?
Call Young's to get the answers to your questions. No one knows better.
I've also wondered this about Young's bolt carrier groups since they never seem to print much of the specs...so..tag for info.
I did call Youngs, called them to inquire about a bolt carrier for a DPMS 308. Asked if their carriers were copies of the DPMS unit, or if they had been "improved". I believe Young's NM (556) carriers have had some design changes, wondered if the 308s were upgraded as well. The gal I talked to was very nice, polite, but said I needed to talk to somebody in the shop area, and at the moment, they were all busy. I went ahead and put my name in for a 308 unit, but will call them back next week to see if I can get my questions answered.
I have a few, IMO, they are GTG. I have Seen this come up on here over and over. I have never Seen a post stating One failed in any way, only complaints they don't stake them at the factory. Still no complaints of a gas key coming loose. Of all the BCG's they sell and probably make for other people I think the Cat would be out of the bag by now if they were crap. But hold out for advertised/certified MP/HP testing if it makes you feel better.