AR-15 Commercial Buffer Tube

Item # J3KW-310915

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AR-15 Commercial Buffer Tube reduces punishing recoil for more comfortable shooting.

This virtually indestructible, made-in-America receiver extension is the perfect addition to your carbine. The Buffer Tube softens recoil so you can comfortably shoot all day! Built to last and priced right, it's an affordable upgrade for your AR!

Recoil reducer:
  • Military Type-III anodized 6061 T6 aluminum
  • Properly cut threads for a perfect fit into any AR-15 receiver
  • Fits any commercial buttstock.

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