G3 Buffer Screw (3-pack) – Original Part Made by HK for the G3
G3 Buffer Screw 3-pack
Brand new to the Keepshooting.com store is the G3 buffer screw. Like most screws, the G3 buffer screw is designed for use as a fastener. This particular screw, which is an original part made by Heckler & Koch for the G3 rifle, was manufactured specifically for the G3’s buffer assembly.
The G3 buffer is an important component of the rifle. It is designed to reduce recoil by way of a heavy spring housed inside the buffer casing. The spring serves to absorb and release the energy created by the rifle’s action. Almost equally important is the buffer screw, as it is used to install the buffer. Its purpose is to secure the buffer to the rifle’s butt stock, inside the back plate.
You can imagine the beating a buffer takes and the resulting wear and tear on its parts, so it’s probably a good idea to stock up on G3 buffer parts while they’re cheap and readily available. For $5.95, you will receive three buffer screws.
Description / G3 Buffer Screw 3-pack
The G3 buffer screw is designed to secure the buffer and is housed in the rifle’s butt stock. To install, it is necessary to remove the butt plate. It is an original factory part made in Germany by HK.
Spare parts are an important consideration when it comes to firearms. Like any machine, firearms rely on a series of parts to function properly, including screws. If a part breaks or fails, a repair or replacement is necessary.
It is also important to consider availability. At this time, Keepshooting.com has a wealth of authentic, original factory parts from HK for the G3/HK91/PTR91. Not only are they readily available, but also they are cheap. Now is the time to take advantage.
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Having several G3's I decided to pull the 50 year old buffers out and check there condition.
Of course they need maintenance.
But more importantly I destroyed the original screw getting it out so buying these at this price is a God send!
If you own any G3's and plan on doing your own maintenance I recommend having a pack or 2 of these on hand, you'll likely need them and you can't find them at the hardware store due to odd threads.
Thanks for keeping the fair pricing on items like this KS.