Bolts for 7.62x39

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  1. Cgas1

    Cgas1 New Member

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    As title says; which bolts and firing pin combination is working for you.
    I have used black rifle arms , Rubber City products,and Hardened arms
    Bolts and firing pins from several different companies.

    Still have some light primer strikers,
    Just worked on bolts and pins last week,but have not been to range yet
     
  2. Mel Glass

    Mel Glass LSB Member SUS VENATOR CLUB

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    AIM bolts have a very good rep lately.
     
  3. FrankT

    FrankT Destin FL LSB TURKEY BUZZARD PRESERVATION SOCIETY LoneStarBoars Supporter

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    no matter the bolt you need an enhanced firing pin and keep a spare. Am running the Sanders Armory one at the moment
     
  4. bar-d

    bar-d LSB Member

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    From Aim Surplus. Complete with enhanced firing pin. It has been 100% on several different brands of surplus steel case. Like Frank, I keep a couple of spare firing pins.
    AIM AR/M16 7.62X39 MPI BDG Bolt Carrier Group
     
  5. Juanthelawnmowerthief

    Juanthelawnmowerthief LSB Member

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    If you really wan to make sure it goes bang every time, I've had great luck running a Hiperfire 24C in my 7.62x39 AR's. With the three sets of hammer springs that come with it the pair that produces the lights trigger pull also produces the most energy when the hammer falls. AIM surplus has the 24E on sale for $129 or $140 I think and it does the same thing. That is a great deal considering they are usually above the $200 mark.
     

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