Black Rifles CMMG Buffers

Frost

Active Member
I was looking at the CCMG site today and saw something that has me wondering.

What is the difference in a standard buffer and their H, H2, and H3 buffers???
 

fordnut

Active Member
Just guessing...I would say 16" 18" and 20" barrel buffers....

Or maybe pistol, carbine, and rifle...


Steve
 

Clicker

Member
The standard buffer is for full sized A2 stocks. The H, H2 & H3 buffer are shorter for use in CAR stocks - don't run them in a full size stock. (ask me how I know)
The difference between the CAR buffers is weight with the H3 being the heaviest.
 

HHB Guns

New Member
This was a huge deal with my M16. I had the M4 stock and I tried all of the Buffers H-XH and NONE of them worked. I ended up giving up with the M4 stock and went with a full size Rock River operator stock because the only buffer I could get to run was the A2 buffer..Besides having full auto the only other reason you would need a different size buffer is if you are shooting SBR's or Suppressed weapons. Shoot both SBR and Suppressed in Full auto and it really gets tricky getting the right buffer. Too much weight it will short cycle not enough weight you get what I had BOLT BOUNCE...
 

Clicker

Member
thebrasilian said:
I thought those were designation for the weight of the buffer.
You're correct. I should have stated the standard A2 buffer is for full size stocks since there is also a standard CAR buffer.
 

HHB Guns

New Member
Frost said:
How does the military solve this problem with M4s?
Lol...Frost...story of my life. I was told by a friend in the army that every gun is different and sometimes not all guns work with the same buffer. They have a lot more funds to trouble shoot till they get it running. I just decided to quit before i ran out of money. I hate a fixed stock but it has grown on me cause it beats the alternative. The m4 stock was driving me to drink and cuss more than I already do.
 
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