10 / 22 recoil buffer

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  1. BETH

    BETH Well-Known Member

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    Thanks snake, can u get them for any firearm?
  2. Snakedriver

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    No, they are something that is unique to the 10/22 design. There are other types of buffers for things like the 1911 .45 auto. pistol and Mini-14 rifles for instance, but the type used in 10/22's are one of a kind.
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  3. BETH

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    thanks snake
  4. tymbrewolf

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    Snake, I have been looking at clark and VQ for trigger/hammer kits. got a preference on a good dealer? promag seems to have about the best price on buffers. I also think I will just do the dyi filing on the bolt release when I buy a buffer. thanks
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    I've dealt with Mo-Rod since they started and can give them my wholehearted endorsement 100%. Kelly who runs Mo-Rod is a first-rate standup guy. If you have a Mini-14, the Mo-Rod he sells is just what the Mini needs for the best accuracy possible.
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    Thanks. I had bookmarked gunkings last night google shopping for free shipping. I might try the mobuffer.
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    The delrin material that the MoBuff is made of is the same as VQ, Tufferbuffer and others use in their product, so I don't see how you can go wrong. I know for sure that if you ever had an issue with the MoBuff, Kelly at MoRod would take care of it with no questions asked.

    For the VQ Target Hammer Gunkings will do you right. They were out of the product when I went to get mine, so I used Midway. Midway is good, but sometimes they go nuts on their freight charges.
  11. tymbrewolf

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    Snake, delrin and polyurethane are similar, but not the same. Delrin is harder and self lubricating. Some hi performance car parts will have delrin bearings and polyurethane bushings for the best of both worlds.
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    Bought the Mo-Buff to try.
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