Timber Creek Outdoors AR-15 Buffer tube - FDE

Manufactured by Timber Creek Outdoors
Manufactured by Timber Creek Outdoors
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Assemble your carbine with quality parts from the get go with the Timber Creek MIL-SPEC AR-15 carbine buffer tube. Machined from durable and lightweight aluminum with a tough Cerakote finish, this buffer tube is a drop-in fit for almost any AR-15 or AR-308 carbine on the market.

  • 6-position buffer tube
  • MIL-SPEC stock compatible
  • Flat Dark Earth Cerakote finish
  • Machined from aluminum

Timber Creek Outdoors has over 50 years of experience in the outdoor industry and since 2015 has been translating that experience to firearms accessories! Their ever-expanding line of parts and accessories is proof of their commitment to quality and innovation. As further proof, every Timber Creek Outdoors product is backed by a lifetime warranty.
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BrandTimber Creek Outdoors
FitmentMIL-SPEC - 1.14 in

WARNING: This Product can expose you to chemicals which is known to state of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information, see www.p65warnings.ca.gov

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Not pretty, but useable

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If you look at the picture closely (zoom in) it's a pretty accurate representation of what you will get. The finish isn't great and not nearly as nice as the UTG FDE buffer tube I bought previously. The cerakote appears to have been applied incorrectly. That said, it's not a deal breaker for me. This one is 7075-T6 aluminum, which is a slight plus (UTG is 6061-T6). A buffer tube is going to take some wear anyway and this will still probably hold up better than anodized tubes. Probably wouldn't buy again, but not worth sending back.