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    For people looking for parts, I believe Forward Control Designs just received a goodly amount of A5H2 buffers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taekwondopreacher View Post
    For people looking for parts, I believe Forward Control Designs just received a goodly amount of A5H2 buffers.
    And A5H3 buffers. He had 7, I just snagged 2 from him.
    "An opinion solicited does not equal one freely voiced," Al Swearengen, Deadwood 1877.

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    Thank you We had H2s for about 2 days, then poof!
    Still have plenty of H0, H1, and H3s
    Roger Wang
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    I have all the parts coming for the intermediate setup. I went with the BCM RE, A5H2 buffer, Sprinco green spring and B5 stock.

    I currently have rifle stock setup with a 6.15 oz rifle buffer and green Sprinco spring. I replace the aluminum spacer with 2 steel weights and rubber discs to get the 6.15 oz weight. This setup has been rock solid. I just want the versatility of the collapsible stock on this particular carbine.

    I was going to get the A5H3 buffer. Having no experience with the intermediate setup, I figured I should start of light.

    NYH1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MQ105 View Post
    Pur-tungsten.com has tungsten buffer weights. Three for under $25. I think they are on sale right now too. This is cheaper than buying a new buffer, assuming you already have one.
    They are on sale now - $17.25 and apparently shipping is free. They use PayPal for payment, but I guess no one is perfect.

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