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buffer tube tightness

collin minchey

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If you are using a rifle length buffer tube, you can use a small strap wrench to get tight, but it isn't necessary since the fixed stocks lock the tube into place.

Rifle receiver extensions also have wrench flats on the end of them, for applying proper torque.  AR-15 armorer's combo tools have the notch in them that fits the wrench flats.

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