Description

The Trinity Force SBA Spring is a drop-in recoil system designed to help the AR-15 platform function more smoothly and quieter. The carefully balanced, all-in-one system is easy to install and quickly reduces friction and vibration with much smoother harmonics than traditional buffer systems.
Product Features:
Fits M4-style buffer tubes for AR-15 semi-automatic rifles.
7.25" Length
Weight 6 oz
SKU: SCSV1

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If you place a order don’t ask for updates. It will get canceled. If they send you multiple pleas for product reviews on your order that they have not shipped do not try and be honest. Order will be canceled by them.

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When you become vulgar this is what happens.

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Post all the emails. Be honest! By the way I still don’t have my money! Post the whole thing.

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Not appropriate to post.

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Got mine. Heard and felt the difference. Not bad at all

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When did you place your order? I placed an order 10/17 still has not even shipped.

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it appears to primarily be a sound mitigation device that keeps the spring from scraping the side of the buffer tube wall basically it looks like the armaspec but modified to avoid patent issues and without the secondary spring to help soften recoil. I also believe the guy who has been a member for 4 days and posted that he is excited to try it is a ploy to get a buzz going.

Feedback be damned though I wouldn't pay a 30% restocking fee for something that didn't fit my needs and was never used then again I believe for the most part you get what you pay for. example do I think JP is over the top yes a little but then take into effect the constant amount of research and development they put into every single piece of their captured buffers, from adjustable weight to materials to fit and finish. That all costs money. Armaspec knows they are not JP enterprises but they make a solid product that does what it says it does and is somewhat configurable (you can swap out the main weight and buy parts to repair) and is priced accordingly I have one in my M5 perfectly happy with the results.

I don't actually think this will reduce "felt" recoil it might be a little quieter and not scrape your buffer tube eh not really for me

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Not adjustable? Pass.

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I ordered one. excited to give it a try..

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Before you make such un-true statements you should checkout our feedback.

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You have some pretty terrible ratings on some sites...but to be fair you have some decent ratings on others.

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30% restocking fee on returns? I'll pass. If a store doesn't trust we'll like what they're selling, I won't trust them. Wouldn't be the first time I receive something and it's immediately clear it isn't what I expected.

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Before you make such un-true statements you should checkout our feedback.

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Before getting so defensive or liking your own comments, read your own return policy which I'll quote from:

"If an item has been opened but not USED and you would like to return it, a refund minus up to a 30% restocking fee will be deducted from the refund"

So yeah, it's fair to say that if you open the packaging to inspect the item and notice the item isn't suitable for your application, there's a 30% restocking fee. If you don't like your own policies, change 'em. I understand why you'd have that policy, but you'd understand why I'd buy elsewhere.

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Plus I'm sure you'll pay shipping both directions regardless if your return reason is in regards to fit, finish, or quality.

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Before you make such un-true statements you should checkout our feedback.

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This looks like it will last about an hour.

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These have been tested with over 1000 rounds without any issues. Please do not make assumptions without any product info or proof.

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I doubt HIGHLY if it has been tested for a 1000 rounds BUT a 1000 rounds is NOTHING for anyone who would take the time / spend the money on an upgrade like this. Do you think Goodyear tests their tires out to 5000 miles or 50000?

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sooooo he's saying about 2 hours at the range then? if you were alone...

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Can you please send proof of these 1,000 rounds fired without a single malfunction? Given the amazingly successful results I’m sure you published the testing for all to see. Can you please send a link? Thanks in advance.

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I'm waiting on them to release more info on testings before I decide to order more than 1. The one I received seems to work well with mitigating buffer noise but I am worried about its long term functionality. I'll report back after I take it to the range and put a few hundred rounds using it.

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Why so defensive? I didn't even take his comment as necessarily negative. It's ambiguous enough to just mean the deal will last that long or something.

Chill out, stop answering back to anyone who doesn't feel about your company like you do, and go spend some time with your family or hobbies.

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