The first step is to remove the upper receiver from the lower receiver. This can be done by depressing the takedown pins, which are located on the rear of the lower receiver. Once the pins are depressed, the upper receiver can be slid off of the lower receiver.
With the upper receiver removed, locate the bolt carrier group (BCG) within the upper receiver. The BCG is the large, metal piece that contains the bolt.
- Remove the old charging handle and bcg from the upper receiver
- Clean the upper receiver and all associated parts with a degreaser or brake cleaner
- Inspect the upper receiver for any damage or wear
- Install the new charging handle and bcg into the upper receiver
- Ensure that the charging handle and bcg are properly seated and secured
- Test the charging handle and bcg for proper function
How to Install an AR-15 BCG and Charging Handle
How do I install the BCG and charging handle
Installing the BCG (Bolt Carrier Group) and charging handle is a pretty simple process, but there are a few things you need to know before you start. First, make sure your firearm is unloaded and the magazine is removed. Next, locate the Take Down Pins on your upper receiver.
These pins hold the upper and lower receivers together, so you’ll need to push them out in order to separate the two. Once the Take Down Pins are removed, you can now pull the charging handle and bolt carrier group out of the upper receiver. Now it’s time to install the new BCG and charging handle.
Start by inserting the charging handle into the upper receiver, making sure that the charging handle is properly seated in the receiver. Next, insert the bolt carrier group into the upper receiver. Again, make sure that the BCG is properly seated in the receiver.
Once both the charging handle and BCG are in place, you can now replace the Take Down Pins. And that’s it! You’ve now successfully installed the BCG and charging handle.
What tools do I need to install the BCG and charging handle
Assuming you are talking about an AR-15:
To install the BCG (Bolt Carrier Group) and charging handle, you will need a few tools. You will need a vise, an AR-15 armorer’s wrench, a gas key staking tool, and a roll pin starter punch set.
First, you will need to remove the old BCG. To do this, you will need to remove the upper receiver from the lower receiver. Once the upper receiver is removed, you can use the vise to hold the BCG in place while you remove the charging handle.
Next, you will need to install the new BCG. To do this, you will need to use the AR-15 armorer’s wrench to install the new BCG. Once the BCG is in place, you can use the gas key staking tool to stake the gas key in place.
Finally, you can use the roll pin starter punch set to install the charging handle.
What are the steps to install the BCG and charging handle
Assuming you are talking about a AR-15:
1. Make sure the AR-15 is unloaded
2. Unscrew and remove the old bolt carrier group from the AR-15
3. Take out the old charging handle 4. Insert the new charging handle into the AR-15 5. Screw in the new bolt carrier group
Bcg and charging handle kit
In this post, we’ll be discussing the BCG (Bolt Carrier Group) and charging handle kit. This kit is often overlooked when people are building their AR-15s, but it is an important part of the rifle.
The BCG is what cycles the action of the AR-15.
It is responsible for chambering a round, firing the round, and then ejecting the spent casing. The charging handle is used to cock the rifle and is located on the top of the receiver. The kit we offer includes both the BCG and charging handle.
The BCG is made of high quality 8620 steel and the charging handle is made of 6061 aluminum. The kit also includes a dust cover and forward assist assembly. This kit is a great option for those looking to build a high quality AR-15.
It is also a great option for those who want to upgrade their existing rifle.
Charging handle won’t go in
If you’re having trouble getting your charging handle to go in, there are a few things you can try. First, make sure that the charging handle is properly lubricated. If it’s not, then you can try using a drop or two of oil to help it slide in more easily.
Another thing you can try is wiggling the charging handle back and forth as you push it in. This can help to line up the parts so that the charging handle will go in more easily. If neither of these things work, then it’s possible that the charging handle is bent or damaged.
In this case, you’ll need to replace the charging handle before you’ll be able to use your gun again.
Aero precision bolt carrier group install
If you’re looking to upgrade your AR-15 with a new bolt carrier group (BCG), Aero Precision is a great option. In this post, we’ll show you how to install an Aero Precision BCG.
1. Start by removing the old BCG from your AR-15.
This is typically done by pushing out the two retaining pins that hold the BCG in place. 2. Once the old BCG is removed, take a look at the new Aero Precision BCG. You’ll notice that it has a different shape than the old BCG, which is intentional.
3. The next step is to install the new BCG into your AR-15. Start by inserting the rear of the BCG into the receiver. 4. Then, push the front of the BCG into place and align the retaining pins.
5. Once the BCG is in place, you’ll need to install the charging handle. This is typically done by threading the charging handle into the BCG. 6. The last step is to install the forward assist.
This is a small button that sits just above the charging handle. Once the forward assist is in place, your AR-15 is ready to go!
If you’re looking to install a BCG and charging handle on your own, there are a few things you’ll need to know. First, make sure you have the proper tools. You’ll need a set of allen wrenches, a drill, and a tap set.
Second, you’ll need to remove the old parts. Take out the old BCG by unscrewing the two allen bolts that hold it in place. Then, remove the charging handle by unscrewing the allen bolt that holds it in place.
Third, you’ll need to install the new parts. To do this, first thread the allen bolt into the new BCG. Then, screw the allen bolt into the charging handle.
Make sure both parts are tight before moving on. Fourth, reassemble the firearm. Replace the allen bolts that you removed in step two, and screw them in until they’re tight.
That’s it! You’ve now successfully installed a BCG and charging handle on your own.
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