• Lightweight Titanium bolt carry group
  • Advance coating provides excellent wear resistance
  • Nickel Boron coated bolt
  • MPI and HPT tested
  • M16 style carrier w/ properly staked gas key
  • Compatible with both semi/full-auto configurations
  • Made in the U.S.A.


  • Caliber: .223 Rem. / 5.56 NATO / 300 Blackout
  • Material:
    • Bolt: 9310 Steel
    • Carrier: Grade 5 Titanium
  • Weight: 7.8 oz.
  • Finish:
    • Bolt - Nickel Boron
    • Carrier - Black Ionbond (DLC)
  • Profile: M16

**A full-auto (A.K.A. M16) bolt carrier installed in a standard semi-auto AR-15 will not make the gun fire full-auto.


  • AR-15


  • 1x Nickel Boron Bolt Assembly
  • 1x Extractor
  • 1x Cam Pin
  • 1x Titanium Bolt Carrier
  • 1x Carrier Key
  • 1x Firing Pin
  • 1x Firing Pin Retaining Pin


Do you want to improve your AR-15? Start by abandoning its flimsy aluminum or heavy steel bolt carrier group and upgrading to a V Seven Titanium Bolt Carrier Group. This easy upgrade will make a huge difference in the functioning of your AR-15.

Why Titanium Bolt Carrier Group?

Of all metallic elements, titanium has the highest ratio of strength to density. It weighs less than steel, and it is much more durable than aluminum. It also is very resistant to corrosion.

A titanium BCG has advantages in weight and durability over BCGs made of aluminum and steel. And a titanium BCG from V Seven offers extreme reliability. Some users have reported firing as many as 2000 shots without a single failure.

Replacing your aluminum or steel bolt carrier group with a lightweight, highly reliable and durable titanium bolt carrier group is an excellent way to upgrade your AR-15. Replacing any BCG with a titanium bolt carrier group from V Seven is even better.

Why V Seven?

V Seven has a well-deserved reputation for high-quality products – a status that makes its slogan, "The Cure for the Common AR," much more than a boast.

When you’re ready to upgrade your AR-15's bolt carrier group, consider adding a V Seven Titanium Bolt Carrier Group.

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