The Military Arms Channel presents its very first MAC Special Edition Rifle. There will only be 25 of these manufactured, each one hand-painted to resemble the gun in the video (the colors of the MAC channel), and bearing a special serial number. They were made by BCI Defense in Indiana, where Tim is from.
BCI, or Bremen Castings Inc., is made up two parts. There’s the 78-year-old foundry, and the new BCI Defense, BCID. Tim took a tour of the company, which is a privately-owned family business that makes parts for other companies in other industries, such as automobiles. They make high quality products, and Tim discusses their other guns.
Tim discusses the color palette on the gun, where it was made and what materials were used to make it. The 60-inch barrel has a distressed look to it, and a durable finish, with a skeletonized barrel with a rail. These limited edition rifles look good, and have a muzzle break that can also serve as a mount for a suppressor. He fires a few rounds, saying this is the first time he’s ever going to shoot the MAC gun. So far, it’s going well, as his sights appear to be spot-on.
He continues to fire into the woods –which he calls mag dumps, and he explains some more about how the rifle was made, particularly the sights. The guns come with a charging handle, which is not ambidextrous, though the safety is. The gun has a forged upper and lower, and the magazine is broached. It has Griffin sighs, a hammer comp, custom Cerakote, a Faxon barrel, MLOK BCI Rail, ALG trigger and an MOE SL stock.
Tim will personally test-fire each one of these rifles with one full magazine on video, and share it with everyone who buys one of these custom AR-15 rifles. The rifles are available at Copper Custom, retailing at $1,699.