Originally Posted By ggee87:
I ran the standard BCG for a long time and then switch to the Nickel Boron BCG from spikes for my new build. All I have to say is one you go Nickel Boron you never ever go back. In my opinion they run smoother, they run longer without cleaning, they are easier to clean when you do have to clean. It used to take me 15-20 minutes to break down and clean my entire BCG now it the NiB BCG I can do it in under 10. The carbon and fouling just doesn't stick to any part of them. It doesn't directly effect jamming, but it just takes more fouling to cause the BCG to slow down and jam up.
Exactly. Most nay-sayers are the folks who have never used a chrome or NiB BCG.
I'll never own another std. phosphate BCG again if I can help it. Unfortunately I'm stuck with an AR10 one.