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  1. #11
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    Here is a video too.

    https://youtu.be/Djy3vXmurf0
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    Please don't take this as stirring the pot.

    How is this better than the ARP bolt? Seems like a far more expensive version of the same thing.

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    Default JP 6.8 Bolt in New Upper from Bison Armory

    I received a New Upper from Bison Armory that I ordered a couple weeks ago, I had them include a JP 6.8 Enhanced bolt and it looks like a piece of art, glad I invested the extra bucks. I'm going to break the barrel in tomorrow, looking forward to shooting, going to be a beautiful day with a temp of 72 and low wind. the ammo I have to shoot is all off the shelf Hornaday and SSA just stuff I've collected over the years. I did invest in a brass catcher because I'm going to start handloading this round.

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    Any plans to pair with a carrier?

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    Default Nitride carrier with the JP Enhanced 6.8 Bolt

    Yes, Toms Tactical sells a Black Nitride carrier at an excellent price.


 

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