[NRA 2018] Seekins Precision Adds New BCG to Your Next AR-15 Build

Rachel Y
by Rachel Y

In early May 2018, Seekins Precision launched it’s newest AR-15 accessory to bear the company’s logo – the NX15 BCG. With forward assist serrations, the magnetic particle inspected (MPI) and melonite finish make this bolt carrier group a no-brainer for the avid Seekins consumer.

What is Meloniting?

Simplified, the meloniting process is actually a quench-polish-quench heat treatment process (QPQ) that changes the molecular structure of the metal, often taking it to a Rockwell hardness of 70 or greater. By altering the metal, the process ensures that it cannot become scratched or wear off. Typically, melonited parts can last an additional 5,000 to 10,000 or greater (versus a phosphate part). Chromed parts cannot be melonited as it causes an explosive reaction.

The NX15 BCG is one of the newest members of the Seekins Precision family.

The mil-spec NX15 BCG weighs in at 11.2oz and has an MSRP of $185.

New Seekins Precision Apparel

Seekins designers also made a few new shirts available for purchase. This particular “Guns N Accessories” shirt also comes in a ladies tank top as well. All apparel is currently available for purchase on the Seekins Precision website. This shirt retails for $21.99

Seekins designers also made a few new shirts available for purchase. This particular "Guns N Accessories" shirt also comes in a ladies tank top as well. All apparel is currently available on the Seekins Precision website. This shirt retails for $21.99
Rachel Y
Rachel Y

Rachel Young is a 4x Best Selling Author. She and her husband John co-own an FFL/SOT showroom and machine shop in Tennessee, specializing in ARs, AR parts, and AR accessories.

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  • Sarcasm Sarcasm on May 08, 2018

    Thank you Rachel for lending your insight and using your amazing writing skills to put together an original and very informative article!

  • Mrninjatoes Mrninjatoes on May 08, 2018

    Hello.

    What steel did they use for the bolt? What steel did they use for the carrier? Does it include a Crano O-ring? Are they guaranteeing the bolts?

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