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hy any one who,s femiliar with the tool thats pictured
i have been told that this is used by the military to take down oil buffers
any input would be appriciated
ps, found this a while ago at a big military collector auction
thanks, J.
 

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PhD in Over-Engineering
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Yep, that's a nice tool to have, I imagine. Having just pulled apart a couple of buffers, swapping some parts around, that would make things one heck of a lot easier!!!
 

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John that is the mack daddy of buffer tools so if it comes up let me know.
 

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Yes, that's what it is. I have one. No I don't want to sell it!:rofl:

Mkes changing the buffer spring ever so much easier. Plus it's just a neat tool.
 

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Yep, that's a nice tool to have, I imagine. Having just pulled apart a couple of buffers, swapping some parts around, that would make things one heck of a lot easier!!!
Hmmm. I THINK I am having trouble with my M3 buffer. PM inbound..
 
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