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Haley Strategic/BCM Jack Carbine

Last night we found out about the much rumored Jack Carbine, which is an AR collaboration between Haley Strategic and Bravo Company Manufacturing (BCM). This carbine has been whispered about for a while now, and is now confirmed.

Although I haven’t handled the Jack Carbine as of yet, I feel pretty safe saying that there’s nothing magical about it. There will certainly be a lot of hype surrounding the Jack, and rightly so in my opinion. When names like Travis Haley and BCM collaborate on a product, chances are it’s going to be rock solid.

Here’s a product video from Haley and BCM.

BCMGUNFIGHTER Compensator

BCMGUNFIGHTER Compensator

Personally, I’m most interested in the BCMGUNFIGHTER Compensator – a comp that is also supposed to do a good job hiding flash. When these become available, expect to see a review.

Specifications

Upper Receiver

  • BCMGUNFIGHTER Mod 4 Charging Handle
  • Receivers Machined from Aluminum Forgings 7075-T6
  • Receivers Hardcoat Anodize per MIL-A-8625F, Type III, Class 2
  • M4 Feed Ramp Flat Top Receiver
  • Geissele Super Modular Rail

Gas System

  • Mid-Length Gas System

Accessories

  • Diopter Front Folding Battle Sight
  • Rear Folding Battle Sight from Troy Industries
  • Haley Strategic Thorntail Offset Light Mount
  • Inforce WML-HSP (Momentary Only White Light Black Body)
  • B5 Systems SOPMOD Bravo Stock
  • 1 Black USGI Aluminum Magazine

Lower Receiver

  • Receivers Machined from Aluminum Forgings 7075-T6
  • Receivers Hardcoat Anodize per MIL-A-8625F, Type III, Class 2
  • Low Shelf for RDIAS Installation – Installation of a registered drop-in auto sear allows weapon to fire on full automatic
  • Low Shelf for Accuwedge Use – Accuwedge Stabilizes fit between upper/lower receiver
  • Un-notched Hammer Compatible with 9mm Use
  • ALG Defense ACT Trigger
  • Fire Controls Marked SAFE and SEMI
  • B5 Systems Enhanced Trigger Guard
  • B5 Systems Receiver End Plate QD with Small D Loop QD Sling Swivel
  • BCM Milspec 7075-T6 Receiver Extension
  • USGI Mold M4 Stock Staked M4 Lock Nut
  • USGI H Buffer (1 USGI Tungsten, 2 Steel)

Barrel

  • Independently Certified Mil-Spec 11595E Barrel Steel
  • 14.5″ Government Profile Barrel with Permanent BCMGUNFIGHTER Compensator for a 16″ Civilian Legal Barrel
  • 1/7 Twist Rate
  • HPT (High Pressure Test, per Milspec) Barrel
  • MPI (Magnetic Particle Inspected, per Milspec) Barrel
  • M4 Feed Ramp Barrel Extension
  • USGI 5.56mm NATO Chambers
  • Chrome Lined Bore and Chamber
  • Manganese Phosphate Barrel Finish on Entire Barrel

Bolt

  • Bolt Machined from Mil-Spec Carpenter No. 158® Steel
  • HPT Bolt (High Pressure Tested/ Proof)
  • MPI Bolt (Magnetic Particle Inspected)
  • Shot Peened Bolt
  • Tool Steel Extractor

Carrier

  • Chrome Lined Carrier (AUTO)
  • Chrome Lined Gas Key
  • Gas Key Hardened to USGI Specifications
  • Grade 8 Hardened Fasteners Key
  • Staked Per Mil-Spec
  • BCM Extractor Spring
  • Black Extractor Insert

Weight

6 lbs 11 oz w/o Lights and Mount
6 lbs 15 oz w Lights and Mount

MSRP $2145

More info and product photos here.

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5 Responses to Haley Strategic/BCM Jack Carbine

  1. Billy December 10, 2012 at 9:12 am #

    Looks like a nice AR, but honestly anyone can come close to building this with a credit card and 1 day researching on the Internet. While I like and appreciate everyone involved with this project, it just looks like one big marketing campaign; big names and a slick video. I’ll pass.

  2. Mike December 10, 2012 at 9:18 am #

    Can you explain any advantages of having a permanent comp on a 14.5″ barrel vs. just having a 16″ barrel with a threaded end? I notice that some other BCM carbines are set up the same way. Seems limiting if you ask me.

    • Brandon December 10, 2012 at 9:44 am #

      Well it all comes down to personal preference, but a 14.5″ barrel with a pinned/welded muzzle device gets you the shortest barrel length package you’re gonna get without a SBR tax stamp, so that’s a big plus. A 14.5″ is in my opinion the best of both worlds barrel length giving you a bit of weight reduction and increased wieldability over 16″.

  3. Michael Vician December 20, 2012 at 4:08 pm #

    I chuckle when I read people saying they can build better for less. Read the spec sheet, go price price this rifle out. Don’t forget to add in the price of the cerakote.

  4. frank January 12, 2013 at 8:05 pm #

    We need ammo. not another fancy AR 15

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