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Old 06-29-2012, 09:32 PM   #1
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Default Tubbs flat buffer springs

I just came across these. Does anyone have any experience with them?



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Old 06-29-2012, 09:33 PM   #2
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What's wrong with your AR?



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Just looking to smooth it out a little.

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What kind of rifle is it?

Range toy? Varmiter? Carbine? Rifle? Middy? Self/home defence? Shtf? Eotwawki?

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RRA carbine. Mostly range and varmint use.

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I use one coupled with an Enidine buffer. Don't get quite as much spring "twang" with it and the Enidine helps with recoil noticeably.

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Well, if not for duty use, I'd recommend trying a lower rated spring and swapping out buffers. I like trying out Carbine, Heavy and H2 buffers. Just be sure to try out some of the lower power ammo to make sure your setup is reliable. I've seen alot of great reports on Vltor's A5 setup.



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