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    Howdy new to the forum. I'm trying to bring some class to my Century arms C.308

    So my only problem installing cetme wood was the buffer. The wood came with the right hardware but the synthetic stock used 2 screws in the face vs one large in the back. Do I need get some inserts or am I ok with just the large screw in the back of the buffer?

    Thanks Aaron.

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    Welcome to the forum. You might want to ask the mods @admin to move this to either the clone section or the long gun. You'll probably have more people viewing this thread as opposed to just the Washington sub-forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Superstar View Post
    Welcome to the forum. You might want to ask the mods @admin to move this to either the clone section or the long gun. You'll probably have more people viewing this thread as opposed to just the Washington sub-forum.
    Mods can you please this in the right spot be it clone or long barrel.
    Thank you.

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    The HK buffer has the screws and the CETME does not. Your buffer is a HK type. You really don't need the screws just make sure the stock will mount properly to the back plate and the hole in the CETME stock will accept the buffer.



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