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    BCL102 Review


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    Thanks for the review. Glad I never bought into the hype and bought one of those things.

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    I'm still waiting for a shipping label to send mine back for the second time. It's been weeks. This must be the new warranty system that I was told was much improved :/

    Only bought the gun to support an innovative company that was bringing a NR rifle to market at a competitive price. Never again will that be a criteria - others can pay to be beta testers.
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    I've never had an issue with mine. Works flawlessly. I used the surplus Swiss .308 and hand-loads, and I use PMags exclusively.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark-II View Post
    I'm still waiting for a shipping label to send mine back for the second time. It's been weeks. This must be the new warranty system that I was told was much improved :/

    Only bought the gun to support an innovative company that was bringing a NR rifle to market at a competitive price. Never again will that be a criteria - others can pay to be beta testers.
    If they were bugs in V1, I think it'd be ok. Given that we're on V3, they're not beta test bugs anymore, they are unforced errors. Good luck with getting some use out of your lifetime warranty.

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    That bolt release button is cool at least
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    Prototypes are always a gamble and you get all the hype from the fanboys who are willing to pay anything. I know a guy who bought Gen 1, it failed to eject so he had to do whatever to get it to work Then he sold it. Just before it droped $200.

    Then he bought a Gen 2 a different color and it doesn't sound much better.

    The deal breaker for me would be that this rifle isn't mil-spec. Possible fit-up issues.

    So basically NEA with a different name

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    Sometimes you just got to shake your head!!

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    My Stag 10 had a stoppage with every single round when it was brand new, so it’s not like the problems are only BCL.

    Arms East was able to fix mine, fortunately, and now I have a rifle that works perfectly.
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    Ar 15's are mil-spec....ar 10's not so much so

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