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DREADNOUGHT78
05-25-2009, 5:07 PM
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Stockton
05-25-2009, 5:29 PM
I run it. Haven't ran into issues with it. Also have ran it with a Piston system....no problems. Works as advertised to slow down the cyclic rate when full auto. I guess if you never plan or can go full auto then it really doesn't serve a function but it works.

gn3hz3ku1*
05-25-2009, 5:31 PM
never heard of anyone getting issues with their buffers.. HD carbine? Not so safe for the ones you care about if they are in the same house since 223 will go from room to room..

not my money but might as well spend the money on a big 5 special shotty?

DREADNOUGHT78
05-25-2009, 5:47 PM
never heard of anyone getting issues with their buffers.. HD carbine? Not so safe for the ones you care about if they are in the same house since 223 will go from room to room..

not my money but might as well spend the money on a big 5 special shotty?

I will have to find it but I recently read that the AR Carbine has fast become the number one home defense weapon in the U.S.As for the Big5 Shotgun I dont have to DROS a buffer.

Edit to add,I was wrong about number one home defense rifle but either way it is what I choose to use!Small accurate and I can run a flashlight.

bobfried
05-25-2009, 6:13 PM
Double posted.

bobfried
05-25-2009, 6:14 PM
never heard of anyone getting issues with their buffers.. HD carbine? Not so safe for the ones you care about if they are in the same house since 223 will go from room to room..

not my money but might as well spend the money on a big 5 special shotty?

WRONG

A 9mm will go through walls much more than a .223 will. A 12GA slug will go clean through a house and even 00 buck will often go through more walls than .223. There's a reason why PD's are all going towards the AR, they realized how much less of a liability it was to fire a round that will not penetrate too much through interior walls like the average 9mm would whilst having 3 times the energy and much better ballistics.

A Shotgun is still my choice if I had a choice beyond my handgun, but that is because I cannot have a silencer on my AR in California, if I could than it would be my go to gun for HD.

Stockton
05-25-2009, 6:26 PM
In all fairness to the op and responders.... we all want to minimize collateral damage so I say whatever you choose through your years of first hand knowledge or just what others have tested....Good luck to us all in those trying moments! Personally....everyone dies and I go to jail regardless in this state....JUST KIDDING...LOL!

Richie Caketown
05-25-2009, 6:27 PM
dont those hyrdraulic buffers supposedly reduce recoil aswell?

Stockton
05-25-2009, 6:33 PM
I guess that could be true. Personally I don't notice. The only time I've really noticed anything effecting felt recoil was a good brake put on the end.

NRAhighpowershooter
05-25-2009, 6:36 PM
my thoughts on a HD weapon should be the KISS principle........
http://i221.photobucket.com/albums/dd88/highpowershooter/AR%20OLL%20Builds/115-5.jpg

RobT2K
05-25-2009, 6:41 PM
http://www.theboxotruth.com/images/1-2.jpg

That is a picture of sheet #12 of drywall, basically simulating 6 interior walls and as you can see everything went through it with ease.

For more info and the rest of the testing-
The Box of Truth (http://www.theboxotruth.com/docs/bot1.htm)