We Recommend the Tuffer Buffer
brand 10/22 Bolt Recoil Buffer Made here in North America by our friend Kelly, a Professional Polyurethane
Engineer in Canada, the Tuffer Buffer has been Tested to Withstand over 100,000 cycles! (can their buffer say that?) Tuffer Buffer comes with an Unconditional Lifetime Guarantee, and my Personal 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. If
it EVER WEARS OUT, (it won't) Return it for a 100% Full Refund!! * **No fine print, You didn't
even have to buy it from me!
Tuffer Buffer Recoil Buffer
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Tuffer Buffer Recoil Buffer
I have used a recoil buffer
for years, and I can say this is one upgrade you should not be without. Tuffer Buffer brand Recoil Buffers are made
in Canada, and were designed specifically for the Ruger 10/22 and 10/22 Magnum. Tuffer Buffer replaces the Bolt Stop Pin (B46
on Ruger schematic) When the gun is fired, the bolt moves rearward and contacts the bolt stop pin. By replacing the factory
steel stop pin with a Polyurethane Tuffer Buffer, the bolt stop impact is significantly reduced resulting in less noise but
more importantly far less strain on the receiver and bolt due to metal to metal contact.
Tested to withstand over 100,000 cycles, Tuffer
Buffer comes with an Unconditional Lifetime Guarantee, and my Personal 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.
Read this customers comments; Super Quiet Action, No
More Clanging! Awesome Seller and Super Fast Shipper -- Ty
10/22 Recoil Buffer Installation Video
Ruger 10/22 Receiver and Trigger Housing
The Tuffer Buffer brand Recoil Buffer
10/22 Recoil Buffer Installation Instructions.
Safety First! Make
Sure Gun is Unloaded! Remove magazine, open bolt and make certain there is not a cartridge in the
chamber. Allow the bolt to close. Familiarize yourself with the disassembly instructions and parts list in
your Ruger Owner Manual. Loosen the Barrel Band Screw (B-69) and remove the Barrel
Band (B-68) Loosen, but do not remove the Take Down Screw (B-65) Position
the safety so an equal amount of the button is exposed on each side. If the safety is not in the middle when the barrel-receiver
assembly is lifted out of the stock, the stock will be damaged. Swing the barrel-receiver assembly upward away from the
forearm of the stock. Be careful the two Receiver Cross Pins (B-5) and Bolt Stop
Pin (B-46) do not fall out. Remove the trigger assembly by drifting out the two Receiver Cross Pins
(B-5) (see figure 1)
Removing Trigger Housing from Receiver
Set the trigger assembly aside, and remove the Bolt
Stop Pin (B-46) with a drift. Figure 2 shows the Receiver Cross Pins (B-5)
and Bolt Stop Pin (B-46) removed.
Pins removed and ready to install Tuffer Buffer
Tuffer Buffer installed in receiver
Figure Three shows
the Tuffer Buffer installed. A drop of oil and a twisting motion helps to install the new buffer. Install the
Trigger Assembly into the Receiver, and reassemble the gun.
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