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    Default HK G3 shell deflector

    has anyone installed one of these? and if you have does it prevent damage to shells as they eject?
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    I don't have one of those but the only damage on my cases is from the fluting in the chamber I don't think there is a fix for that

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    That style deflector was an upgrade to the G3 so ejected shells didn't fly out with enough force to brain the guy in the next shooting lane! Makes them drop in a few feet instead of flying into the next county. While it does make the empties easier to find I would think the solid steel against brass would damage them even more. The deflector that eliminates the sidewall dent in the case is called a port buffer and uses a rubber insert to contact the case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kernelkrink View Post
    That style deflector was an upgrade to the G3 so ejected shells didn't fly out with enough force to brain the guy in the next shooting lane! Makes them drop in a few feet instead of flying into the next county. While it does make the empties easier to find I would think the solid steel against brass would damage them even more. The deflector that eliminates the sidewall dent in the case is called a port buffer and uses a rubber insert to contact the case.

    HK Port Buffer & Carry Handle New HK91 G3 HK93 PTR91 CETME
    I just put one of those ejection port buffers on mine, snapped right on, looks quality. Haven't shot it yet but it looks like it'll do the trick. Without it the brass is ruined for reloading.
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    Isnt that one pictured intended for the 21E's and such?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeibstandarteAdH View Post
    Isnt that one pictured intended for the 21E's and such?
    It works perfectly on standard G3 types of firearms. The clip on one from RTG is a perfect fit on my PTR91 receiver.

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    Is that one made of rubber?

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    Quote Originally Posted by denby View Post
    Is that one made of rubber?
    The clip on one from RTG is steel but has a rubber pad on it.

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    fired mine the other day with the clip on port buffer. i guess it works, i could not pick up any brass due to the distance of ejection. there was a guy 4 stalls up from me and i was sending my brass right across in front of him. lucky he was a nice guy.

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    I just stuck some foam (extra thick) weatherstripping type material were the case hits the reciever. Zero cost.

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