The KYNSHOT Marksman Recoil Buffer replaces factory Recoil Buffer for and AR-15 weapons. Designed for guns that have either excessive gas Full Auto for reducing recoil rate or for reducing bolt bounce in piston rifles, the buffer is heaver and also the hydraulic piston has more tension than regular Kynshot. Many full auto guys see a reduction of cyclic rates of 50-75 RPM when the heavier buffer is installed. The Heavy Buffer Works For 9mm 40 S&W Pistol Calibers Or 450 Bushmaster 458 Socom Calibers. (1.5” Spacer Is Needed For Pistol Calibers For Proper Bolt Hold Open Operation)
Regular Weight Buffer (Recomended For Most 5.56 NATO 300 Blackout Builds Reduces Recoil Substantaily Decreses Muzzle Jump Quietens Overall Function Eliminates Bolt Bounce. For Use On Most Regular Rifles Comprable To 3 Oz to 3.5 Oz Buffers.
The Heavy Weight Buffer (Comprable To 5.4 - 6.5 OZ Buffers H3 Are For Those Wanting /to Substaintaily Reduce The Cyclic Rate Reduces Felt Recoil Substaintaiy For on 458 socom 450 Bushmaster Or 5.56 NATO Rifles and A Must Have For 6.5 Grendel 7.62x39That Are Cycling Hard Or Having Bolt Bounce Issues, For Piston System Guns. any Rifle That Seems To Have A More Hot Recoil Impluse To The Rifle. Makes 6.5 Grendel Recoil Like 5.56 NATO This Buffer Also Works With 9mm Pistol Round (Spacer Will Need to Be Used On Pistol Calibers)
The KYNSHOT Heavy Marksman Recoil Buffer reduces felt recoil 20-30%, while largely eliminating muzzle rise. The improvement in weapon accuracy – specifically second- and third shot accuracy – is even more noticeable as shooters report that their time to reacquire a target decreases, and in many cases never leaves their scope sights. In our experience, the more serious the shooter, the greater the improvement is felt.
The KYNSHOT Heavy Marksman Recoil Buffer is a proven system that has seen heavy use with civilian competition shooters, law enforcement personnel and the US Armed Forces.
High strength 17-4 Stainless Steel construction throughout the unit, making it virtually impervious to corrosion. Military grade materials and processes used in manufacture. Guaranteed 10 years or 1 Million Rounds.