CMC Triggers Mil-Spec AR-15 Buffer Tube Kit with Enhanced QD End Plate
- Carbine length aluminum extension tube
- Standard .223/5.56 rifle stainless steel buffer spring
- Standard .223/5.56 buffer weight
- Castle Nut
- Lock ring
- Receiver end plate with QD sling swivel slots
With roots in aerospace manufacturing, CMC is perhaps best known as the producer of the original drop-in precision trigger for the AR-15/10 platform. CMC Triggers are dedicated to crafting the finest parts and accessories for law enforcement, military, and civilian use.
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Ratings & Reviews
by daniel -
not worth the money don't waste ur hard earned dollars totally out of spec. end plate chase is 10% out of alignment with the recoil spring catchment tab which is 10% further off from the end plate chase
Great kit! Buy without worry...
by Mark -
CMC made another excellent quality part with this buffer tube kit. Fit and finish are tremendous and I also really like that they chose to include a QD style end plate which is how I run all my slings. Buy without hesitation...
A good product at a good price
by Kirk -
This is a good product. I have had no problems with it at all. I like the one-point sling attachment. Recommended (and on sale now).
QD end plate won't work with Magpul PRS Gen III buttstock
by Doug -
This does function, and it's ok, at best. I had a bit of an issue keeping alignment, and getting detent spring in, and then recoil spring detent. The big problem arose when I purchased a Magpul PRS Gen III, looked easy enough to install but when I slid it onto the tube, it would not seat against the castle nut because of the QD mount style end plate. Thankfully I had another end plate, but trying it, it then took 30 minutes to get proper alignment again with both of the previous springs/detents. I'll be the first to admit I'm not an expert but I've installed more buttstocks than I can recall and never had this issue. I suspect there are other fixed buttstock kits that would not work because of this as well. Even though I go this to work, I'm replacing it, it will go in my "in case I build a cheap AR pile".