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BCMGUNFIGHTER Enhanced Lower Parts Kit


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Bravo Company is now offering an Enhanced Lower Parts Kit for AR-15 pattern rifles. Along with the recently released BCM PNT Trigger Assembly, the Enhanced Lower Parts Kit also comes with a BCM Pistol Grip MOD 3, a BCM Enhanced Trigger Guard, and every other component necessary to bring a stripped lower receiver to full functionality.


The components within the Enhanced Lower Parts Kit are built from MilSpec AISI8620 investment castings, AISI8620 bar stock, use 17-7PH stainless steel springs, and are made entirely in the USA.

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20 Responses to “BCMGUNFIGHTER Enhanced Lower Parts Kit”

  1. I understand this question deserves all the scorn and derision it will receive, for being such a painfully noobish query, but ….

    Why would I buy this? Just want to check my thinking.

    Is it because I would have, on hand, a ready kit of anything I’d need to take quick action to get my AR back online if any elements of my lower parts go kaput?

    Is it because this offers everything I need to complete a build of a lower receiver?




    • Yes. It is not the spoon that bends, only yourself.

    • BillC says:

      Didn’t you read the first and nearly only paragraph? The pretty pictures distract you?

    • straps says:

      Most shooters have drawers full of A1 pistol grips, so this saves waste of at least one component. BCM hit it out of the park with that pistol grip–it really is vastly superior.

      My question is why no Ambi Selector? Probably to keep the price point low but THAT keeps me from jumping on 2x just to have them around.

      • Joe says:

        I have way too many A2 grips, GI triggers, and GI safeties in my parts bin. If they’d just sell the kit sans grip and safety that’d be the best option for the consumer. Or just put those in a drop down menu.

        • BillC says:

          I’ve used Red Barn Armory’s “Build your own LPK” before. Their selection and combinations are good.

    • DC says:

      if you’re building a lower, this is a new kit by BCM that includes their PNT trigger. Why would you buy it otherwise? Replacement parts, upgrades (trigger, trigger guard, etc) but it’s probably better to be individual parts for upgrades.

  2. T says:

    Will they be releasing a parts kit without the grip?

    • straps says:

      That grip is probably the best one on the market. Just sayin’.

    • J says:

      They’re already listing and selling all the various bits and parts separately – so you can assemble the kit w/o the grip pretty easily.

    • Larry says:

      I agree. Nothing against their grips, I just prefer the plain old Magpul MOE grip. I would would like a spare BCM parts kit, minus the grip.

      • Jian Hong says:

        I used the Magpul MOE for a long time even on issued rifles but after trying out the BCM MOD 0 all my ARs except for the time being my SPR have MOD 3s.

        I wish this LPK was out when I assembled my lowers. But G&Rs LPK has been great never had an issue.

        • Magpul says:

          The BCM grip is a version of the original HK 416 grip that changed the grip angle to a more upright angle than the stock A2 grip for particular shooting stances.

          The MOE grip is also more vertical than the OEM but not as much as the original HK grip. For this application the MOE K (for PDWs) and MOE K2 or K2+ (rubber overmold) have a very upright angle that is similar to HK’s original angle.

  3. Larry says:

    What is that new hand guard in the picture? BCM KEY MOE 🙂

  4. SN says:

    Wish companies would start replacing the selector switch with the ambi-version.

    • My concern with ambi switches is that while they are really great (I had never experienced one until I got my HK 5.56, if you get to using one so ingrained you develop a “training scar” when you have to pick up an AR without one (as most are).

      That argument has kept me away from installing ambis on my other ARs.

      • Larry says:

        Yes and no.

        I prefer an ambi. I am right handed so my right hand thumb still takes the rifle off of safe just like a non-ambi rifle. My trigger finger sweeps the safety when going back to safe when using a ambi rifle. When I use a rifle with a non-ambi selector I my thumb is already there.

        Compare this to something like the Magpul BAD Lever and I totally agree, because on a stock rifle there is nothing at all like the BAD Lever and a training scar would show up if you are used to using one. Those type of devices I stay away from.

        • Totally re. about how nice ambis are for us righties, but … my concerns remain valid. You get used to putting it back on safe with your trigger finger, ingrain that in yourself to the point you can do it in your sleep and if and when you do not have it available, you have to think before putting the right on safe, so….

          But you talking about it makes me want to put ambis in all my ARs now.


  5. Ross says:

    You can already build a custom LPK at red barn armory:
    They have BCM options for grips.