MPN: APRH101227C / APRH101803C / APRH101804C / APRH101805C


  • Mil-Spec 6-position buffer tube
  • Buffer retainer support extension
  • Accepts all Mil-Spec dimension stocks
  • Ramped design for easy stock installation
  • Threads machined to allow stock to fully collapse
  • Drain holes located in position guide holes
  • Fully supports and guides the BCG into the buffer tube after a round is fired
  • Available in Black, OD Green, Kodiak Brown, and Tan
  • Made in U.S.A.


  • Material: 7075 T6 Aluminum
  • Finish: Anodized
  • Weight: 3.88 oz.
  • Length: 7.20"


  • AR-15 and AR-10


The Aero Precision Enhanced AR-15 buffer tube is designed to deliver increased reliability and security to your AR-15 build. The buffer tube is compatible with all standard carbine-stock options that use Mil-Spec buffer tube dimensions.

Enhanced Performance

The Aero Precision enhanced buffer tube has carrier support extensions that fully support and guide the bolt-carrier group into the buffer tube to prevent carrier tilt and reduce wear on critical components. The support extensions have been designed to extend out to either side of the buffer retaining pin to both secure the pin and prevent recoil from working the buffer tube loose. The position guide drain holes allow water to drain when operating in wet conditions. The ramped tube allows the easy installation of traditional carbine stocks, and the attachment threads have been precisely cut to the proper depth to give the tube a cleaner look as well as preventing collapsible stocks from getting hung up on unneeded threads.

Quality Construction

The Aero Precision buffer tube is built to military specifications and accepts all Mil-Spec dimension stocks. The tube is made from 7075 T6 aluminum, weighs in at just 3.88 ounces, and carries a hard coat anodized finish for superior protection against the elements and wear.

Easy Installation

The Aero Precision enhanced buffer tube installs without special tools or gunsmithing knowledge. The stock easily attaches to the enhanced buffer tube by just holding down the adjustment piece and pushing the stock onto the tube.

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