So, I am planning my buffer and tail end buy for my build, and here is what I am thinking. Would you mind having a look and giving me your thoughts?
Spike's Mil-Spec 17-7 Buffer Spring
This is the same high quality carbine buffer spring thatís found in our complete rifles, complete lowers, and in our various stock kits that we have on the site. Itís a Mil-Spec 17-7 stainless steel buffer spring that features an electro polish finish to give it a smoother quality look and feel. If you need a replacement buffer spring or just need one to finish a build, look no further. Get one today!
Lower Parts - Spike's ST-T2 Heavy Buffer
Each ST-T2 buffer is filled with HDTP which is short for "High Density Tungsten Powder" and topped off with a Mil-Spec bumper.
Lower Parts - Mil-Spec Castle Nut
The Spikeís Tactical Mil-Spec Castle Nut is machined from high carbon Chromoly steel for extra strength, itís properly heat treated, and topped off with a Mil-Spec phosphate finish for durability. Our Castle Nut has been machined so that the notches are cut to accept a properly staked latch plate to make sure it doesnít work its way loose under fire.
(Note: was looking at LMT, but couldn't locate sites with inventory)
BCM Milspec Receiver Extension (Buffer Tube) 6 Position
For your AR15, M16, M4. Carbine receiver extension (buffer tube) machined from 7075T6 and manufactured to Mil-Spec dimensions and specifications. Mil-Spec receiver extentions have a slightly smaller dimension where the stock slides on. Hard Coat Anodized per Mil-A-8625F, Type III, Class 2
Receiver Latch Plate
The Spikeís Tactical Mil-Spec Latch Plate is cut to the proper thickness from high carbon Chromoly steel for extra strength and to allow proper staking of the latch plate to keep the castle nut from working its way loose while under fire. Our Mil-Spec Latch Plate is also properly heat treated and is finished off with a Mil-Spec phosphate finish for durability.