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    Posted: 01 February 2006 at 12:06am
I see evidence that the hammer is hitting the face of my stock when it is cocked... Is this normal??? or should I shave a bit off the face???
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Originally posted by XArmy XArmy wrote:

I see evidence that the hammer is hitting the face of my stock when it is cocked... Is this normal??? or should I shave a bit off the face???
Is the buffer "O" ring in place between the hammer and the face of the stock? The hammer(rear bolt) will hit the cap in original configuration if the buffer "O" ring is not in place. Withou the buffer it will hit the stock also.
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There is an O-ring, but the whole thing is solid... It's not like the factory end cap where the face piece is loose...
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Get the buffer out of your stock endcap, and place it in there.
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That would require cutting off the solid one on my stock...
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Get a Buffer O-Ring from a Pro/Carbine and insert in there without cutting the other one off.
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Or use the buffer that you had before you got the stock. I think thats what snake meant when he said stock. I think he meant factory.


Edited by Ilford Rule - 01 February 2006 at 8:43pm
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