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Thread: Forbus Tactical braided carbine buffer spring on SALE only $39.99

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    Forbus Tactical braided carbine buffer spring on SALE only $39.99

    The Forbus Tactical Braided Carbine Buffer Spring was designed to improve the function and reliability of your AR-15 series firearm. The unique design uses 3 independent, intertwined springs which flex separately from each other to acts as a harmonic damper and energy absorber. This displaces excess energy which decreases the chance of spring failure and assists with making your AR-15 more reliable.

    Made in the USA
    Works with standard AR-15 buffer
    Decreased chance of spring failure
    Increased strength to assist in stripping rounds from the magazine
    Longer service life
    Quieter operation
    Caution: Not compatible with rifle length or A5 buffer tubes/receiver extensions. Not recommended for 300 Blackout subsonic ammunition as it may be too powerful and not allow the rifle to function properly.

    Only $39.99 at Maple Ridge Armoury

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    Any of the standard length springs in stock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabatage View Post
    Any of the standard length springs in stock?
    If you are asking about rifle length springs, then no we do not have any in stock and Forbus Tactical does not make a braided rifle length spring.

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    Hmmm...I didn't know that this was available for the AR platform. C9 recoil springs are made like this, I guess those will last a lifetime in an semi auto AR-platform!

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    This works with a standard carbine buffer I assume?

    The reason I ask is because the Geissele braided wire buffer spring has an internal diameter smaller then a standard buffer spring and requires a modified buffer to fit, which they sell as a kit with their spring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KaneZoR View Post
    This works with a standard carbine buffer I assume?

    The reason I ask is because the Geissele braided wire buffer spring has an internal diameter smaller then a standard buffer spring and requires a modified buffer to fit, which they sell as a kit with their spring.
    The Forbus Tactical braided buffer spring will work with a standard size buffer which we will be making next month. Carbine, H1, and H2 with some added features.

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    how does this compare to the Super 42?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keodis View Post
    how does this compare to the Super 42?
    I have not used the Super 42 so I cannot present an accurate comparison right now.

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    Could you not just use a spacer with it in a rifle length tube. I have one of the JP captured buffers and it simply uses a nylon spacer for use in rifle length buffer tubes
    My wife calls me a pessimist. I claim I'm a realist. But I'm probably just an a$$hole with an attitude problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KePet View Post
    Could you not just use a spacer with it in a rifle length tube. I have one of the JP captured buffers and it simply uses a nylon spacer for use in rifle length buffer tubes
    Good idea. I dont see any reason why this would not work.

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