Press Release: BUFFER TECHNOLOGIES ON TARGET WITH CROSSHAIR HYDRAULIC BUFFERS
By The Small Arms Review Editorial Staff
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 2, 2013
BUFFER TECHNOLOGIES ON TARGET WITH CROSSHAIR HYDRAULIC BUFFERS
Buffer Technologies is now carrying the Crosshair recoil buffer. This premium hydraulic recoil buffer is based on decades of engineering and production experience with deceleration technology. It significantly reduces bolt impact recoil and improves accuracy.
“Our goal at Buffer Technologies is to provide our customers with the best options in firearms accessories. That’s why we are now offering the Crosshair hydraulic recoil buffer. We learned recently that some of the other hydraulic buffers were going out of production so we started looking for a suitable replacement. Adding them to our product offering made perfect sense,” said Rob Parham, Director of Operations at Buffer Technologies.
The Crosshair dynamic recoil buffer reduces the bolt carrier reaction force and return velocity after each round is fired. It is made from a high-strength aluminum alloy that is highly corrosion resistant and designed for use in the most extreme environments. The Crosshair buffer is easy to install and designed to improve accuracy and control by allowing shooters to better manage their rate of fire, while reducing damage to expensive optics.
According to Barnes Ballistic Research, the Crosshair buffer reduces average rearward bolt velocity by up to 16.2 percent compared to the stock rifle, while competing buffers reduced recoil by up to 12 percent. The slower the speed at which a bolt travels rearward, the less recoil. This recoil buffer has shown a 22 percent reduction in bolt travel speed.
Buffer Technologies manufacturers recoil buffers to reduce recoil impulse and prolong the service life of your firearm. Buffer Technologies also sells a complete selection of tactical accessories including MagCinches, stocks, rails, sights and more. To learn more, please visit www.BufferTech.com.
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