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A head to head comparison of the Mystic Black bolt carrier group by Cryptic Coatings against a standard bolt carrier group.

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Cryptic coatings specializes in bolt carrier groups and BCG coatings. Their PVD and CVD processes are designed to provide reduced friction, lower operating temperatures and increased overall performance and BCG life.

The Mystic Black BCG featured in this video has an incredibly low coefficient of friction of .01, a hardness of 3000 Vickers, and a max temperature of 1,100 F

For a full comparison of all the technical specs between each of the bolt carrier groups offered by Cryptic Coatings check out this link: http://www.crypticcoatings.com/bolt-carrier-group-coatings/

What are PVD and CVD coatings?

PVD is the abbreviation of Physical Vapor Deposition. PVD is a process that produces a family of coatings. The staple of the family is titanium nitride (TiN) however: chromium nitride (CrN), aluminum titanium nitride (AlTiN) are other examples of PVD coatings.

CVD is the abbreviation Chemical Vapor Deposition. Chemical vapor deposition is a chemical process used to produce high-purity, high-performance solid materials. One such material is Diamond-Like-Carbon (DLC). DLC coatings feature excellent hardness, wear and low friction properties under dry or deficient lubrication conditions. They are ideally suited for mechanical assemblies with sliding and rolling movements

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