Heavy buffer in a buffer tube conversion?
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    Default Heavy buffer in a buffer tube conversion?

    Will it work

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    What are you trying to ask?
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    If the heavy buffer center axis aligns with the stock tube center axis it will work fine, assuming the tube is longer than the heavy buffer. The heavy buffer attaches in the same manner as the standard buffer, it is just longer.

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    They won't work in a wooden stock.

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