ENIDINE’s Hydraulic AR-10 Buffer

  Buffer Technologies is expanding its line of high-quality tactical…

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Buffer Technologies is expanding its line of high-quality tactical components with the addition of Enidine’s hydraulic AR-10 buffer.

The new hydraulic AR-10 buffer is an improvement over the weapon’s standard metal tube buffe. It dramatically reduces felt recoil and helps shooters maintain accuracy by suppressing bolt bounce and muzzle flip. It also helps protect optics by reducing shock to the delicate instruments.

This Enidine buffer is the full stock AR-10 buffer, and replaces the standard buffer assembly in the AR-10, but shooters retain their stock and buffer spring. The buffer has been engineered for an easy installation that doesn’t require any special tools or gunsmithing.

The new AR-10 buffer is made from anodized steel with a corrosion-protection finish. Buffer Technologies also offers the AR-Restor, Enidine’s hydraulic buffer for both carbine and full stock AR-15s.

Enidine is a market leader in hydraulic energy absorbers for the industrial, aerospace and defense industries. Its hydraulic recoil buffers are used by the U.S. military and NATO forces for automatic weapons.

For more information on this and other Enidine products, visit www.enidine.com and to find out more about Buffer Technologies, visit www.buffertech.com.

Load Comments
  • Rob

    Used in my LR308 AP4 now for 2 years. Thousands of rounds. Fantastic. Bolt carrier group cycles perfect. Holds back on last shot. This is a must have item.

  • ERNIE COSME

    MY FRIEND INSTALLED THIS ON HIS DPMS 308T WITH FULL STOCK. SINCE THEN, THE BOLT FAILED TO STAY OPEN ON EMPTY MAGAZINE. HE RESTORED THE ORIGINAL PLASTIC BUFFER AND THE BOLT STAYED OPEN.

  • John

    Will your buffers fit all “AR-15” models by various manufacturers?

    Are they “drop-in” installations, or do they require a gunsmith?

    Do you have a model that is made for an original factory, or any after-market, Ruger Mini-14 stock? If so, what stocks do they fit and is “gunsmithing” required?

    What are the prices and from whom can they be purchased?

    Thanks

  • Charlie

    Does anyone know where to obtain an AR-10 buffer like the one shown at the top of the above image (of 3)? Because I just received an “AR-10 AR-restor” from MidwayUSA but it’s the middle one from the above pic. The package shows only the STD carbine and the Shorty version available – not the full-length one at the top of the pic. I’m thinking I need to find a longer one form my DPMS LR-308 which has a ‘full-length’ A@ stock. Please help!!!

  • John

    I have one of these for my AR15. It works great!

  • Can’t wait to install one of this awesome product to my AR-15