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 Any one running a hydraulic buffer like Enidine?
DFABOVE  [Member]
10/7/2011 6:47:51 AM
I am looking to ad a buffer to my Armalite AR10 carbine .Can anyone share their experiences with the Enidine or Slash's buffer which I'm also looking at? Is there a downside to using a hydraulic buffer?
JB
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mrraley  [Moderator]
10/7/2011 11:04:34 AM
I do know the early hydraulic buffers had a problem with leaking from the amount of recoil the AR10 would put on them. From what I have heard and read, they have that fixed.

As for Slashes' buffers, they work rather well. Those I have tested in the AR10.



My recommendation would be Slashes' buffer...
Another-Bill  [Team Member]
10/7/2011 11:13:07 AM
Originally Posted By mrraley:
I do know the early hydraulic buffers had a problem with leaking from the amount of recoil the AR10 would put on them. From what I have heard and read, they have that fixed.

As for Slashes' buffers, they work rather well. Those I have tested in the AR10.



My recommendation would be Slashes' buffer...


Brownells sells them and here is a quote from their website:
Brownell Link
Long known for their successful development of recoil absorption devices for the U.S. Military’s M240B, M249, and M2 machine gun...


Maybe they have addressed the leak thing.





Bill