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Shoot Your Way with BCA

Shoot Your Way with BCA
October 1, 2020 Edited March 9, 2023 2599 view(s)
Shoot Your Way with BCA

As you probably know, an AR-15 can shoot a whole lot more than just 5.56 NATO! Yes the AR-15 has multiple Caliber options.

Here at BCA we offer a wide range of AR-15 calibers so you can accomplish your specific goals for hunting, target practice, or self-defense.  In this infographic we take you on a visual journey through the various calibers we offer, covering both some interesting facts and essential information about each AR-15 caliber.

 

List of Calibers with Statistics of each

 

Now that you've found what caliber is perfect for your intended use, it's time to go shopping. BCA has the variety and the best AR-15 caliber options you're looking for so check out our site! If you need further help discovering what AR-15 caliber would be best for you, leave a comment below or contact us on social media and we can help guide you to the perfect round.

With prices of ammo in constant flux recently we try to keep you updated on the state of the ammo market with our infographic on Ammo prices.To learn more about which AR-15 calibers are great for hunting, check out our past blog post!

Stay tuned for an extremely insightful infographic focused on hunting, COMING SOON!

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Larry
January 11, 2021
I am building a 6.5 Grendel. And I am not sure on barrel length. Possibly to do a little hunting , but mainly paper punching between 300-500 yards . Any info is greatly appreciated. Stainless vs perkerized Thanks larry
John@customerservice
January 11, 2021
For the 6.5 Grendel, a good all around barrel length is the 18”. Stainless Steel will offer a more true accurate barrel than a Parkerized barrel.
George simms
January 18, 2021
I have a 20in heavy barrel 556/223 1/7 twist. What are the best bullets to use? Thanks!
John@customerservice
January 18, 2021
Your barrel being a 1:7 twist, the heavier grain (69-90 grain weight) 5.56 ammo would be best. Seeing that your barrel is 20” and a heavy barrel, optimum grain weight would be in the 69-72 grain weight. As for Brands of ammo, many companies nowadays make good 556 ammo. Hope this was helpful George.
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