The M16 assault rifle's bolt and bolt carrier are made of steel.
its not M16 its MI6 and its the british version of the secret service or something like that
The SKS packs a bigger round (7.62mm) than the m16 (5.56mm) but the m16 has a higher magazine capacity, better accuracy,and a higher rate of fire, so the SKS is more powerful, but the m16 is generally regarded as a better weapon.
Both are very powerful, But the AK47 is more. The m16 has better accuracy tho.
the standard m16 shoots the 5.56mm, but it can be converted to shoot 9mm, 7.62mm, even .308
The M16 assault rifle has a 7075 aluminium alloy receiver, steel barrel, bolt, and bolt carrier, and glass-reinforced polymer handguard, pistol grip, and buttstock.
the bolt will remain open
2 1/2 ounces
uh well there completly different guns...the m16 is a assualt rifle and the l96 is a bolt action rifle. m16 is probly the better choice if your trying to survive on a battlefield.
Yes. However, a used bolt face should not be used with any barrel other than the one it was originally mated with.
The bolt carrier, the firing pin, the carrier pin, the extractor, the cam pin, the bolt, the extractor retaining pin.... that's the assembly, but the charging handle is also defined as part of the bolt carrier group.
This depends on the manufacturer of the material and what type of material is on the bolt. A bolt is not necessarily a unit of measure for material, it is simply a means of wrapping the fabric neatly for both the transport and sale of the material. A bolt can also only carry a certain amount of weight depending on the strength of the cardboard. Therefore, the amount of material on a bolt can vary greatly. In regards to "how much" meaning "how much does a bolt of material cost" (if this is what is being asked), this also depends greatly on the type of material. Fabric can range in price anywhere from <$1 a yard to >$200 a yard depending on the type.
The recommened torque depends upon the coating of the threads - are they lubricated? Typically an M16 grade 8.8 (with 2mm pitch thread) if lubricated with a light machine oil would be torque loaded to 250Nm
If you mean a bolt with a head size of 24mm (M16) then the recommended torque setting will be 210Nm but if you mean a head size of 36mm (M24) then the recommended setting will be 710Nm.
Upper Receiver: Bolt Carrier Group: Gas System Lower receiver: Trigger Group
A M16 cost about $2000.00