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Posted: 3/15/2001 5:23:55 PM EST
Has anyone used these, and do they increase accuracy? Along with that, are recoil buffers a good idea, or a waste of money? [sniper]
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Posted: 3/15/2001 6:43:10 PM EST
I got an Accuwedge clone at a gun show for a buck. Put it in and it tightened the upper/lower, but I didn't notice any accuracy increase. I still have it in the rifle... because I paid a buck for it as much as any reason. It does make the rear pin considerably harder to push out.
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Posted: 3/16/2001 12:14:44 AM EST
I have the real Accuwedge that cost me five bucks and it does the same thing bigdb1 describes above. I have/had several AR's and only the Colt 6601 needed it.
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Posted: 3/16/2001 4:08:08 AM EST
Takes out all the 'free play' between the upper and lower, so theoretically... . If anything it will eliminate the slack between the reciever halves which sounds like a pretty good deal to me for a coupla bucks.

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Posted: 3/28/2001 8:41:25 PM EST
I bought one, use it in one of me ar's cant hurt.
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Posted: 3/28/2001 9:18:39 PM EST
i like many dcm shooters use the acuwedge. i agree you will not see any change in accuracy as it does not effect bolt to barrel lock up. but it is a comforting thing to not have your rifle move or rattle. its all in my head but i like my rifle tight. if it feels good do it....pat
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Posted: 3/28/2001 9:22:38 PM EST
I like the rate reducers, in place of the buffer!