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Old 12-04-2012, 04:39 AM   #11
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Buffer weight still depends on the rifle, not all Noveskes will be the same so H won't be optional for all. Have you ever said if this is midlength or carbine gas length?
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Oh, mid length gas. I think they all are except for their SBR's...
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Buffer weight still depends on the rifle, not all Noveskes will be the same so H won't be optional for all...
Oops, I meant optimal...
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Well just ordered CTR and buffer kit with heavy buffer from Bravo Company. Man, quality parts are in short supply almost everywhere, at least Bravo Company had everything in stock and I'm sure none of the parts are on the cheaper side.
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