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    I just ordered some and a nifty little Hornady electronic scale. I'll send you some tungsten powder when it arrives.
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    Well, I just watched a couple of slow mo vids on you tube comparing different buffers and they all had some bounce, except for the rifle buffer. So, there you go!
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    stalker1, pm sent.
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    This is timely. I am getting a few thing cut on a water jet, 1 being a collar and but plate to set up an hk style pdw retractable. Looking at the troy and a few others and not quite sure I like their buffer arrangements.

    I am curious to know if stuffing tungsten bars out of a buffer into the rear cavity of a standard carrier will work. The trick is to keep the buffer tube as short as possible. So if the weight is relocated and running only a spring in the tube, this may save some valuable space.

    Am I overlooking something here.
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    Would an adjustable gas block be an option?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buick Guy View Post
    Would an adjustable gas block be an option?
    Yes, if it is overgassed, and you can tailor it to your load so that it just holds open after the last round. Its all about balance really, and most companies overgas their guns so they will run with a wide variety of ammo at the cost of more wear and tear.
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    Come in, stalker1. I have the tungsten powder. Would you like me to send you some to experiment with?
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    Thought I sent you my. Mail. Info.

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    Got it this time bro?

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    Got it this time. Give me a few days to get it out.
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