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Posted: 6/4/2001 7:01:16 PM EST
[Last Edit: 6/4/2001 7:02:12 PM EST by Ticonderoga]
Ok, don't expect the Taj Mahal. Since first request at 8:30 pm Central, I've: Retrieved an AK from the safe Cut and fitted two buffers for it Took pics of the procedure Downloaded the pics, and Made a website for you all All that in 2 hours 15 minutes, I'll clean it up for later, until then: [url]mousepadintobuffer.homestead.com[/url] hey, by the way, let me know if it works...
Link Posted: 6/5/2001 4:50:39 PM EST
Geez, 143 reads and no one checked out the site? Hey, I reduced the mb size of the cover pics and that should speed up the loading quite a bit. Also made them larger to look at and added some captions. Hit your refresh bar since it's probably saved the old way in your computer's memory. Someone give me some feedback if the site is ok to understand.
Link Posted: 6/5/2001 5:23:29 PM EST
very interesting, thanks for the info.
Link Posted: 6/5/2001 5:38:50 PM EST
Ticon, You website stud! Do you think that a person could achieve similar buffing results by cutting a circle out of a mouse pad (the diameter of the buffer tube in an AR) and install it in the buffer tube prior to inserting the buffer spring?
Link Posted: 6/5/2001 5:46:47 PM EST
Thank god for cable modems!!! great photo work!! [beer]
Link Posted: 6/5/2001 5:47:51 PM EST
now I know what to do with my worn out mouse pads[^] no more throwing them in the garbage.
Link Posted: 6/5/2001 5:56:37 PM EST
Originally Posted By GeneStoner: Ticon, You website stud! Do you think that a person could achieve similar buffing results by cutting a circle out of a mouse pad (the diameter of the buffer tube in an AR) and install it in the buffer tube prior to inserting the buffer spring?
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Abso-freakin-lutely. I actually glued one to the FRONT of my buffer, rubber side forward against the back of the bolt carrier. If you want to put some down inside your tube, just cut them slightly tight to fit and push them back in there. The spring will hold them in and they will cushion the back of the buffer when it comes rearward. I haven't done this to my own since the back of the AR buffer is some soft sort of clear plastic. But several guys have emailed me that have all metal buffers and were looking for a good material to use. These work great in my AK, SKS, M-16, and M11/9. Knock yourselves out.
Link Posted: 6/5/2001 6:47:03 PM EST
I bet this might work on FALs too. BMB
Link Posted: 6/5/2001 6:57:07 PM EST
Get a job!?
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