This new take on a BCG accomplishes the task of a typical bolt carrier group, buffer, and buffer spring by utilizing a cap and dual side recoil springs. Doing this allows the ARIC to fire folded and unfolded, giving a greater range of applicability to the AR-15 platform. The ARIC is a drop-in conversion for direct impingement ARs that are utilizing the law tactical folder.
The ARIC is 100% backward compatible with standard BCGs if it was ever to be taken out. There are no tools required for installation or removal, and each component can be easily field-stripped for cleaning or maintenance.
Law tactical is offering two different versions of the ARIC called the ARIC-M and ARIC-C. The M version is designed for suppressor usage while the C variant is made to work with unsuppressed platforms. They made the picture below to help customers decide which system works best for them:
Law Tactical just started shipping the ARIC this week with an MSRP of $389.00. The first batch sold out quickly, but hopefully, they come back in stock and production can keep up with demand.
Stay tuned for a full review of the ARIC that’ll be writing for GunsAmerica in the near future!