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Alexander Arms 6.5 Grendel Bolt

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MSRP Price: $93.50
Our Price: $85.00
You Save: $8.50 (9 %)
We currently have 6 available.
Item Number: URPBOLT65
Manufacturer: Alexander Arms / MAP Pricing Required
Manufacturer Part No: URPBOLT65

Bolt Assembled. Does not include carrier, firing pin, or firing pin retaining pin. Just the bolt assembled as shown in picture.
.136 Bolt Face.  The Alexander Arms bolts are now phosphate finished.

This is the information directly from Alexander Arms on their 6.5 Grendel bolt:

Here is our FAQ:
1.
Q: Is this bolt the same as a 7.62x39 bolt?
A:
No, it is not. The two are not interchangeable. They have differing bolt face depths.
2.
Q: Is this a "type 2" bolt?
A:This product is not what is referred to as a "type 2" bolt. The term "type 2" was created by the firearms community and loosely applies to bolts that correspond to the wildcat cartridge now known as "Grendel II." Because we are the originator and developer of the 6.5 Grendel cartridge, which is now SAAMI-certified, we do not use, sell, stock, or promote the cartridge and corresponding parts of the wildcat "Grendel II." This bolt is a 6.5 Grendel bolt made to fit the barrels of our 6.5 Grendel rifle products and any other rifle products that require the same bolt specifications.
3.
Q: Is this bolt the same as the .50 Beowulf® bolt?
A: The bolt itself is the same as the .50 Beowulf®, but the extractor is different and so the assemblies are not interchangeable. If you may also use this bolt in a .50 Beowulf® weapon system, you should also purchase a .50 Beowulf Extractor.

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May be Alexander Arms, but..
js8588 (Pennsylvania) 10/20/2018 1:12 AM
I ordered this under the impression it was the same as the "Hard Use" PVD coated bolt sold on Alexander Arms website. Whether or not it's the same base material, I have no idea, but this is a plain Jane phosphate coated bolt. Seems well made enough. Guess I'll keep it as a spare. Caveat emptor.
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