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Old 11-04-2011, 08:45 PM   #1
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I finaly recived my Voltor buffer tube for my AK. It took two months for it to come in, and wow is it worth it. I just attached it today. Instalation was increadibly simple. I also bought a magpul MOE stock. I had a tapko folding stock on it before, and I couldnt maintain a good cheekwell and it made the riffle quite nose heavey. I have yet to go shooting with it yet, but im sure I will be going before the end of the week. When I go im sure yall will hear from me again. Ps yes I know I cant spell lol.

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Old 11-05-2011, 03:44 AM   #2
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I had one on a Saiga .308 and really liked it. Much better than the before pic.

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buffer tube? AK? Does not compute.

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Sence there is no need for the buffer spring it is a holow water proof compartment... I got it because I really wanted a magpull ajustible stock... But it also has a one point sling adaptor. So for me it solved 2 problems, sence im a lefty. All in all im super satisfide with it, im just very eager to take it to the range... I spent $80 on the tube and another $65 on the stock

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