Description

JE Designs AR-15 Silent Recoil Spring Buffer System

A Must Have-For All Ar-15 Owners

Gets Rid Of The Twang Twang Noise
Reduces Felt Recoil & Muzzle Rise

The Je Designs captured-spring recoil system makes your AR function 95% smoother 80% quieter without any real modifications. balanced, dual buffer spring, combined with the two Stage NP3 nickel Teflon buffer, greatly reduces friction & vibration so no more loose fillings TWANG TWANG noise of conventional springs & buffers. Fits buffer tubes for both M4-style collapsible stocks For Ar-15 & Lr-308 Rifles. Reduces Felt Recoil & Muzzle Rise

Works With 5.56 Nato, .223 Rem, 300 Blackout, .22 Nosler, 25-45 Sharps, 450 Bushmaster, .458 Socom, 6.5 Grendel, More
Works In Both Pistol & Rifle length AR-15's

Not For Use In 9mm Or pistol calibers

Specs:
•Recoil Buffer Weight Of 3.4 Oz
•Made Of 4150 Hardened Ordnance Grade Steel
•Finished In NP3 Nickel PTFE Teflon Finish
•Nitrile O-Ring Buffer Silencer
•Simple Maintenance-Free Design
•Made In USA

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Expiration date 2019-Apr-09 Report

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First everyone on here is Slandering.
1. THESE ARE MADE IN. 8885 White Oak Ave Ste 103,
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
Call us at (909) 972-6545
2. There all sold out
3. Don’t do a “either/ or Fallacy” by trying to knock by who

sells this product.

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It's the cheapest AR15 version you can get. KMTactical has the cheapest 308 version you can get. They look like Armaspec, not sure if quality is the same - I would suggest to be cautious and don't confuse this with the JP silent buffer. To each their own, I see many folks are upset with these folks, I am not ...but I do call them out when they post Chinese stuff labeled as made in USA.

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Trying to steal business

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looks like a armaspec knockoff

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Anytime someone feels the need to work in the word "felt" in the sentence "reduces recoil and muzzle rise" you can guarantee it is pure SNAKE OIL!

Cobratac, is that you?

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Going to have to disagree with you on that point. The energy expended by a shot has to be absorbed somehow. It can be reduced by a muzzle break offsetting the initial burst by capturing escaping gasses lessening the recoil. Or it can be gradually absorbed, not lessening the recoil, but distributing it over a larger slice of time. With regard to "felt" recoil, consider the same scenario in driving a vehicle with a straight axle to body suspension versus one with a shock absorber suspension system. A bump creates the same energy given similar vehicle weights and speeds. But the suspension system on a good car significantly reduces the "felt" bump, or in this case, recoil, versus a vehicle with nothing to absorb the energy.

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Perfect example. And I totally agree.

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any one have one??? I've been thinking about something other then standard buffer and spring combo on latest 458socom build. i'll probably just end up with a springco spring and an h2 buffer like in my 6.8 before I lost it in a recent boating accident...

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8885 White Oak Ave Ste 103,
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
Call us at (909) 972-6545

ITS MADE IN AMERICA

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Don't buy anything from this company. They sell shitty products and a rip-off. They sell inferior products trying to con people in thinking they are getting a good deal. Their name alone is trying to trick people in thinking they are buying from Daniel Defense. This product they are trying to trick you into thinking it's a JP Enterprises Silent Buffer spring by calling it J"E" Silent Spring. They are just a big con with shitty cheap products

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yup. They are as con as it gets in the AR retailer game.

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Why the F does this website allow it to be posted here then, is there no control on here?

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Probably because of affiliate links. I bet that's also why they make it harder to thumbs down a post then it is to thumbs up a post.

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Yup, yup and yup!!

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