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Old 09-16-2012, 06:52 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by AgentTikki View Post
Why do you need a heavier buffer?

Am I correct in assuming that you are running a rifle tube and buffer?

If recoil is an issue, a brake would be the cheapest(potentially the most expensive), easiest and fastest fix.
Yes, rifle length buffer and tube in an ACE Skeleton stock. Barrel has a brake but its pinned, NJ remember? Lacking that option all I have is the buffer. It's not a major issue I just don't like the feel of it compared to my rifle length gas AR is all.
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Rifle length is much smoother than a middy or carbine setup. The pressures are much lower due to the gas port being 2x the distance of a carbine setup. If you are really set on it, try an adjustable gas block.
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