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Old 01-25-2014, 02:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Tribal - ASP Ram Buffer

Is this the correct location for the ram buffer in relation to the FSDO spring?



It isn't letting the bolt clear the breach, I think I need to get the rest of the buffer kit and to try a thinner o-ring. I don't think it's the hammer itself, it looks to be screwed in fully.
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I wanted to update with some findings from TOG. It seems like the tolerances/design on Tribals were, not surprisingly, quite inconsistent. Some guns can use both the ram buffer and spring without causing breech clearance issues, others only one or the other. Mine seems to be one of the guns that can't have both. I have since removed the ram buffer.
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