Buffer Technologies AK Recoil Buffer


Buffer Technologies AK Recoil Buffer

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Item #: BTR100

$18.95

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Buffer Technologies AK1

UPC: 855727000020
Weight: 0.50 pounds


Product Description

Buffer Technologies recoil buffers are used to reduce parts wear and recoil of your firearms. These polymer recoil buffers prevent the metal-on-metal impact of a bolt or slide from impacting the frame while firing. They are made from Estane 58130, which is not affected by common firearm cleaners, making them last for hundreds of rounds.

The AK/Valmet Recoil Buffer fits on the recoil spring guide rod of any Kalashnikov style weapon. This includes AKs, Valments, Galils, Vepr, and MAK 90s. Installation takes less than a minute and be done without any special tools.

Each time you fire your rifle the gas system propels the bolt carrier to the rear very violently, which generates a shock wave that is absorbed by the metal receiver. After a period of time, this repeated pounding causes the action itself to lose its structural integrity. The most notable side effect of this is the difficulty one has in controlling the weapon during rapid fire. 

By installing a Recoil Buffer you totally eliminate the metal to metal impact of the bolt carrier to the receiver and most of the action noise. 

Those who install Recoil Buffers into their AK's will not only be protecting their investment by prolonging its service life, but they will also find that the recoil is reduced and muzzle stability is increased. 

Installation instructions for AK recoil buffer
1. Remove top cover and recoil spring assembly.
2. Remove recoil spring from recoil spring guide.
3. Place recoil buffer over recoil spring guide. Notch in buffer will fit snugly into angle of recoil spring guide.
4. Replace recoil spring on recoil spring guide.
5. Replace recoil spring assembly and top cover.

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