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    I need some education on different buffer systems for HK91 stocks. What kind of buffers are in std commercial HK91 rifle stocks?

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    Standard buffer or Heavy 2 stage buffer.

    You can get other ones like the MSG90, PCS Heavy Buffer, or the Bill Springfield buffer.

    HK 91, G3 - Stocks, End Caps, Braces - HKPARTS.NET

    http://www.robertrtg.com/store/pc/HK...S-181p1957.htm

    I have the HK 2 stage Heavy Buffer in my SG1 stock on my HK91.

    I use the PCS buffer in my SBR V51.

    They both are very effective at taming the recoil.
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    I just installed a Msg90 buffer in a FMP stock for my G3 clone, I also have a PCS which will go in a G3K project. I will have to wait till Saturday to test out how much I notice the difference of the new buffer. I consider the recoil mild and comfortable as is but want max performance so my wife, kids, can enjoy or any non shooters I introduce will not be scared off. It does mean a change of plans for the stock I intended to use on the G3K, Had a 1973 bakelight black stock but unlike the later issue stocks that have a sliding internal peice allowing longer buffers this early one does not

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    Quote Originally Posted by gulfstategaurd View Post
    I just installed a Msg90 buffer in a FMP stock for my G3 clone, I also have a PCS which will go in a G3K project. I will have to wait till Saturday to test out how much I notice the difference of the new buffer. I consider the recoil mild and comfortable as is but want max performance so my wife, kids, can enjoy or any non shooters I introduce will not be scared off. It does mean a change of plans for the stock I intended to use on the G3K, Had a 1973 bakelight black stock but unlike the later issue stocks that have a sliding internal peice allowing longer buffers this early one does not
    So if You want a regular HK91/G3 stock , what buffer will it come with ?

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    Standard Buffer is what is in a regular G3 stock.

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    And of course you will want the HK21 style rubber buttplate. Best upgrade for the money you can buy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HK556WI View Post
    Standard buffer or Heavy 2 stage buffer.

    You can get other ones like the MSG90, PCS Heavy Buffer, or the Bill Springfield buffer.

    HK 91, G3 - Stocks, End Caps, Braces - HKPARTS.NET

    HK Heay Buffer, U.S. PCS, HK91, G3, PTR91, HK33, Parabellum Combat Systems, HKK-1989, RTG Parts

    I have the HK 2 stage Heavy Buffer in my SG1 stock on my HK91.

    I use the PCS buffer in my SBR V51.

    They both are very effective at taming the recoil.
    Sadly, both HKParts and RTG seem to be perennially out of heavy buffers. Though I did talk to Jeff at PCS last week and he said he was going to be shipping another order of his buffers to RTG in the week or so. So, I'm camping on the RTG waiting for one to show up.

    If anyone knows another place to buy either one (or an equivalent product), let me know. I think my stock is getting beaten to death (as is my shoulder) by my HK21 since whoever built it decided to use the standard G3 buffer.

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    So is it possible to buy a regular HK91/G3 stock with and upgraded buffer already installed?

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    Yes. But finding one with the heavy buffer in it.

    Is like the search for the Holy Grail.

    But, You can find them.

    I bought 1 with the German heavy buffer for $55.00.

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    Installing a buffer is 3 screws, you will need a long screw driver for the rear bolt through the stock. And you will need to pull off the buttplate. A carpenters vise or bench vise with some material wrapped around the stock to protect it makes short work of it. You clamp the wrapped buttplate in the vise and pull up on the stock to seperate them. The only struggle may be if your buffer has that serious german threadlocker material on the screws but even then not a big deal. 10 minutes tops to swap them out.

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