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  1. Tron

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    1. Well, there are no signs of when the buffer needs to be replaced. When it goes, it goes. The key is avoiding breakage to begin with and that is done by installing the correct gas valve spring for heavy loads. You can order one from Cole's. It should only be a concern if you are using rather stiff 1 1/8oz loads and it would be the "Blue" spring.

    2. To replace the buffer, do the normal disassembly (remove guts), then remove the stock and punch out the buffer from the stock side...the buffers metal housing with then pop out. To put the new one in, use a punch and tap it in from the inside of the receiver.

    3. To remove the recoil spring (once you've removed the stock), use some heat from either a bic ligher or a propane torch on the low setting and heat up the threaded end cap. Now, take a cresent wrench and loosen the cap. Be careful when you get to the end of the threads, the recoil spring has some tension (but it's quite managable).


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