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The TTI Ultimate Light Speed Buffer Spring is designed by Taran Butler to achieve the fastest follower up shots and the quickest target to target acquisition possible by eliminating excessive muzzle dip and rearward bounce caused by over powered factory springs.
Also allows the shooter to have a wider variety of shooting 36 to 80 grain bullets with greater reliability.
This buffer spring is gear towards more advanced shooters and 3-Gun competitors that use adjustable gas blocks or premium quality barrels that have the smaller diameter gas holes.
The TTI Ultimate Light Speed buffer spring works in both A1/A2 length stocks and Carbine M-4 collapsible stocks.
Combine our buffer spring with the JP Enterprises Low-Mass Recoil Buffer System to achieve the ultimate results.
This TTI black chrome silicon buffer spring comes with a Life Time Warranty!
Works like a champ.
Posted by jason woods on Jul 31st 2017
It works great for my mid length SBR build that was having short stroking issues with light loaded practice ammo.
Fixed my AR
Posted by Stephen on Feb 2nd 2017
My AR was short-stroking because the factory spring was too heavy. The weapon would eject the spent case, but the BCG would not go back far enough to pick up the next round. It wasn't because of a gas issues or any other issue I could find. So I bought this spring, popped it in, and the weapon has been properly cycling after every shot. I've only put a few hundred rounds through my AR since I change the spring out, but I haven't had a single cycling issue!
Posted by Jeff Jones on Aug 25th 2016
Paired the spring with the Taccom lightweight buffer, Whiskey Arms lightweight aluminum bolt carrier, and adjustable gas block. Softest shooting AR I have ever shot!
Posted by Gary Duggan on Jun 9th 2016
Obviously installs in a minute and you can see the difference it makes on the first shot.
Posted by Dave K. on Apr 5th 2016
Combined with a JP LMOS BCG, adjustable gas block and a Taccom lightweight buffer, there was significant reduction of dot movement with fast double-taps. Greasing the spring will reduce the scratchy sound significantly as well.