I think you guys may have heard enough about CBC industries, but I am here to have another go at them. Now I want to preface this whole thing by saying that CBC Industries does not treat their customers badly, however getting a hold of them can be a hit or miss. Calling them is probably the best option. And I will say that in my experience, I did not have nany issues with customer service. My problem is purely with what I received from them even after trying to fix the issues I had with the AR-15 upper I bought from them.
Quality is the problem over at CBC industries, and while the performance doesn’t necessarily lack, I just think that they could deliver a better product. Much My forward assist looked worked to hell when I received it, and for a piece that is relatively useless in a civilian setting, I wouldn’t expect it to be that worn out looking. My dust cover was inoperable as well as it was impossible to keep in a closed position for more than two seconds. That isn’t a piece a civilian is using much either, but it still ought to be functional especially if it goes into the cost I am paying for it.
There were some shaved bits on the tip of my barrel which had made their way to the inside of the barrel as well. I cleaned them up but it was worth noting, definitely give your cbc an inspection if you buy one.
After calling them and getting a return label so they could fix my issues, I was pleased to see that they had come through on their promises and fixed everything. They replaced my pieces and I was able to take it out to shoot. Like I said the gun works pretty well for how I intended it. I don’t see it being a match tier build though. I would recommend CBC at your own peril. They will try to work with you on their mistakes.