- P.O. Box 105047
- Jefferson City, MO 65110
- United States
- Toll Free: 877-6-BUFFER
- Website: http://www.buffertech.com
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The .308 rifle becomes an even more versatile and efficient weapon by adding a new hydraulic buffer now offered by Buffer Technologies. The .308 is well known by law enforcement officers as a versatile and reliable weapon and one that many trust with their lives. However, because of its reliability, the .308 gets constant use, and can cause parts to wear down. This product helps reduce shock, protect optics and improve accuracy. Other benefits include faster target acquisition, recoil reduction, suppression of bolt bounce, lower firing rates and drop in replacements.
Buffer Technologies adds the SIG P229 to its line of recoil buffers. The SIG P229 includes a new stainless-steel guide rod with a high-density, shock-absorbing polyurethane buffer. The factory spring is retained. The stainless-steel rod is a stronger, non-corrosive improvement over factory rods. Recoil buffers eliminate the metal-to-metal impact of the slide as it hits the frame. Over time, this continued force and impact can weaken the slide and jar internal workings of the gun, which can lead to cracks or potential malfunction. The Sig P229 recoil buffer gives less felt recoil and more muzzle control, and prolongs the life and function of the gun.
For those who need mission-ready weapons accessories, Buffer Technologies offers a vertical grip from industry innovator TangoDown. The TangoDown vertical grip, made of fiberglass-reinforced polymer, is 2 inches shorter than a standard grip. With rounded, snag-free edges and ridges for secure gripping, the vertical grip is less obtrusive and easier to use in tight quarters. The dual-locking bars eliminate any chance of the grip budging or disconnecting from the weapon. The moving force behind the grip's design was military and law enforcement personnel, who use shorter guns inside a vehicle. This 1913-compliant grip is easier for them to handle and maneuver. The large smooth shape of the TangoDown vertical grip lets the shooter firmly grasp the weapon without any fatigue, and it can be mounted on most weapon systems. It is available in black, foliage green and dark earth.
Buffer's Single-Point Tactical Sling by Eagle Industries is made with durable 1 1/4-inch flat webbing for less friction and easy sliding around the body. The sling, available in khaki and black, is completely ambidextrous and attaches to the weapon through a rear lock plate or an attachment system like the Tango Down sling mount. The quick-release Fastex buckle allows users to ditch the weapon in emergencies with a quick tug on the release cord.
Buffer Technologies expands its line of tactical components with the addition of a hydraulic AR-10 buffer from Enidine Inc. Reducing felt recoil and helping shooters maintain accuracy, the buffer suppresss bolt bounce, muzzle flip and also protects optics by reducing shock. The Enidine buffer replaces the standard assembly in the AR-10 while retaining the stock and buffer spring. Engineered for an easy installation that doesn't require special tools or gunsmithing, the AR-10 buffer is made from anodized steel with a corrosion-protection finish.
Providing more than four times the extraction force of the standard parts, the Buffer Technologies upgrade kit offers M-16/AR-15 users a way to ensure a more positive functioning rifle. This upgrade provides a particularly important improvement for the M-4/CAR-15 series of short-barreled rifles, with the higher port pressures and more violent extraction common to these weapons. The upgrade consists of an improved spring, plunger and O-ring, which can be easily installed in minutes. It assures reliable extraction even when the chamber becomes heavily fouled after extensive firing, or when used with ammunition that is less than optimally matched to the rifle's port-pressure requirements.
Take the MagCinch from Buffer Technologies, combine it with a field-tested, Cordura nylon pouch made by Eagle Industries, and add a quick-pull tab for fast reloads. Now, you have a trusted ally in close-quarters battle situations. That's just the type of combat situation Buffer researchers and product development teams had in mind when they put together the SOCOM MagCinch CQB Kit. The MagCinch, which offers a double magazine load for heavy ammunition use. The cinch, made of durable Cordura webbing, has been paired with an Eagle Industries pouch that holds the assembled unit and protects the magazine from dust, sand and other elements common in rugged field conditions. The pouch is made from 1000 denier nylon. Its flat closure is secured by VELCRO and Fastex buckle designed to lessen the infrared signature. The final component is a tab on the cinch that lets the user quickly pull the assembled unit out of the pouch for speedy reloads. The MagCinch CQB Kits are MOLLE and ALICE compatible and designed for 30-round magazines for the M-16, AR-15 and M-4 family of weapons. They are available in black, khacki and olive drab green
Buffer Technologies Inc has announced the the new ACB-4 Combat Bipod, from TangoDown LLC, designed for use with the entire AR-type family of weapons. Made of proprietary advanced injection-molded polymers and forged aircraft aluminum components, the TangoDown ACB-4 outperforms all others in design, operation and dependability. The ACB-4 Bipod also matches function to the design. It has the ability to cant and, more importantly, traverse. This allows accurate, rapid tracking of moving targets. It can also be reverse-mounted for depressed angle fire. The legs are adjustable in length, and the entire unit is silent in operation. There are no exposed springs or screws to catch foliage or webgear.
Buffer Technologies announces unique rail covers designed to fill a void for users of weapon rail systems. Until now, attaching a pressure switch to a weapon consisted of using duct tape, VELCRO, a bicycle inner tube or bailing wire. This rail cover system by TangoDown incorporates a pocket for either the SureFire or the AN/PEQ2 pressure switch, two of the most commonly found. Using a removable insert, the users simply slides and locks the pressure switch into place, allowing location just below the surface of the panel. A solid panel is also available.
With the Mag-In-A-Box new magazine pouch for duty or concealment, users will no longer be faced with the choice of picking a mag pouch which either protects the magazine or allows speedy access for a reload. Using a patented system which elevates the magazine upward to allow speedy access, a speed reload is possible using a pouch that fully protects the magazine. Made of a polyester elastomer, the Mag-In-A-Box from Buffer Technologies will give users years of service. The pouches are available in three sizes to fit most double column magazines.