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Do I Need hk94 a3 buffer YET

Bottom left corner 1/2 gone
1/4 in long not real big still has some corner left

How do you change it

hk buffer $25.00

is this ok
Model: 122/ MP5 Buffer $10.95
Manufactured by: BlackJack Buffers
Service life - > 10,000 rounds

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Do I Need hk94 a3 buffer YET

Bottom left corner 1/2 gone
1/4 in long not real big still has some corner left

How do you change it

hk buffer $25.00

is this ok
Model: 122/ MP5 Buffer $10.95
Manufactured by: BlackJack Buffers
Service life - > 10,000 rounds

THANKS
I placed the buffer into a measuring cup full of water. I then heated the water in the microwave for two or three minutes. Be careful as the water and buffer will be hot when it comes out of the microwave. I then used a q-tip to spread a little o-ring lubricant on the tip of the buffer to help it slide in. If it does not slide in easily you can use the handle end of a screw driver and a hammer to drive the buffer in. Heating the buffer in the water lets it become softer and the lubricant aids in pushing the buffer into the stock. I have used this method on both of my A3 stocks. Good luck.
 

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I am also interested in this question.
If you purchase one of the B&T folding stocks, will this also require the "H" buffer or any other special items to attach to a 94?
 

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No, the buffer is only for hot loads

I was just told this buy a hk expert

No, the buffer is only for hot loads. You dont even need one when shooting reloads or light loads.
 
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