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Buffer Tech Introduces Hydraulic Buffer for .308 Rifle

April 28, 2010  | 

Buffer Technologies has introduced a hydraulic buffer suited for the .308 rifle, according to the company.

"In the constantly growing and competitive market of products developed for law enforcement and the military, we have another product that will help give shooters a competitive edge," said Rob Parham, Buffer's director of military and law enforcement sales. "This new buffer will be a great asset to those men and women who choose the .308-caliber rifle as one of their weapons of choice."

The .308 is as a versatile and reliable weapon for law enforcement officers that gets constant use, which can cause parts to wear down. This new 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, according to Buffer.

"Our new buffer makes a great gun even better, while protecting the valuable accessories on the firearm," said Parham. "This product is great in assisting target acquisition and allows for quicker follow up shots."

The new .308 hydraulic buffer is created from black oxide finished steel and black anodized aluminum. It weighs .38 pounds, has a 5.8-inch compression length and is designed for the .308-chambered rifle with a full-length buttstock.

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