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I've been considering replacing my stock buffer with a hydraulic buffer for my bushmaster. Is it worth it?..... I'll try to post a pic of it soon. I'd been wanting one for years and years, and finally got it last fall. Thanks!
 
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I have an Enidine I never saw a value of it in a semi rifle. I use an MGI rate reducing buffer in my select fire and that is worth the money.
 

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I have read that it works well for select fire, "bringing the rate of fire to a more controllable level." But, I'm not sure if it would serve any advantage in semi-auto, which is what mine is.
 

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Crackshot said:
I have read that it works well for select fire, "bringing the rate of fire to a more controllable level." But, I'm not sure if it would serve any advantage in semi-auto, which is what mine is.
Thats right. On a full auto it will bring the rate of fire down so you can stay on target easier. It will do nothing for your semi-auto.
 
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