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Old 01-10-2012, 09:27 PM   #1
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Looking for a good buffer tube kit for $70 or lower but have heard alot of bad thing's about cheap kits anyone know were I can find a good one in this price range

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Old 01-11-2012, 01:25 AM   #2
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Are you wanting to polish metal with a buffer?
If so,check out Northern Tool or Harbor Freight,they sell buffers that are like bench grinders.

8" Bench Grinder/Buffer

FREE SHIPPING Wel-Bilt Benchtop Buffer 3/4 HP, 8in. Dia. Wheel | Polishers + Sanders | Northern Tool + Equipment
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Old 01-11-2012, 03:37 AM   #3
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Sorry buffer tube kit
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Is there differences between certain kits? If so what are they? Is there a certain kit you prefer? My local shop is in the process of ordering mine. Not sure if I should upgrade the buffer or what?
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Is there differences between certain kits? If so what are they? Is there a certain kit you prefer? My local shop is in the process of ordering mine. Not sure if I should upgrade the buffer or what?
As long as you order from a reputable manufacturer, you should be fine. Are you doing a rifle or carbine build?
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As long as you order from a reputable manufacturer, you should be fine. Are you doing a rifle or carbine build?
Long range rifle. I know I need the a2 buffer kit(I'm pretty sure) but wasn't sure if I should go with ati or some of the others I've seen.
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Long range rifle. I know I need the a2 buffer kit(I'm pretty sure) but wasn't sure if I should go with ati or some of the others I've seen.
Well I've heard mixed reviews on Ati in general, I haven't heard anything about their buffer kit.
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Yeah same here I have read some bad reviews on the kit that they ( ati ) sale its the one that's in the $50 range and I think they have one in the $70 range that looks the same so wanted to stay way from them

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Thanks I'm probably going with the BCM they have a heavy one (H3) that will work perfect for me putting it on a sig 556
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