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Old July 9, 2019, 07:59 PM   #5
PJHeck
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Join Date: June 8, 2019
Location: SE Ohio
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OK.........here is where I am now.........local machinist suggested looking in McMaster/Carr catalog. They have polyurethane rods of differing "stiffness".......range from 20 to 90. designations. I am going to try an 80 rod. Brian at BRP told me they use polyurethane material for buffers.

Most buffer material I have handled seem far too hard to do any buffing.....so apparently their use isnt like a buffer spring in a MG 42.

PJH

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