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Run that in your rifle stocks, but maintain the same carbine springs for all your stuff, as spares.  Maintain as many of one item as you feel you need, instead of maintaining two different one.

Run the heavier carbine buffers (available now) in your rifle, as long as they're heavier than the rifle buffer.  Same effect as running a CWS, but without the 0.080" extra length of the CWS.  You could also run standard carbine buffers, if you needed something lighter than a rifle buffer. 

Couple different benefits. 

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It would be mix-n-match, brother, until you hit what you need.

Spacer goes in first, then spring & buffer.  The spacer shortens up the inner length of the rifle receiver extension, making it the same depth as a carbine receiver extension.

For weights:


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