Shooting Folded: Introducing The Law Tactical AR Internal Carrier (ARIC)

The Law Tactical ARIC-M Bolt Carrier Group

Known primarily for their hit folding stock adapter that allows ARs to be easily folded for transportation, Law Tactical just started shipping its newest product, the AR Internal Carrier or ARIC.

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.

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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:

Diagram from the Law Tactical website guiding customers on which BCG works for their specific application.

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!

The box the ARIC comes with

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About the author: Mitchell Graf is passionate about hunting and competition shooting. During college he was the shooting instructor for Oklahoma State’s Practical Shooting Team, and these days he spends as much time as he can chasing after pigs and coyotes with night vision and thermals. You can follow Mitchell’s adventures over at his Instagram @That_Gun_Guy_

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