• V Seven "Slink and Quiet" durable industrial grade Teflon coating
  • Improved buffer for softer feeling recoil
  • Internally lubricated for sound reduction from the buffer system
  • Compatible with all carbine buffer tube
  • Made in the U.S.A.


  • Material: 7075-T6 Aluminum Body with Tungsten Weight
  • Finish: Type III Hardcoat Clear Anodized with Teflon Coating Over
  • Length: 3.24"
  • Weight:
    • H1: 3.7 - 3.9 oz.
    • H2: 4.6 - 4.8 oz.
    • H3: 5.4 - 5.7 oz.


  • AR-15


Have you been chasing ghosts looking for that last little noise creeping out of your AR-15? Well, you could have a haunted weapon, but before you call in the ghost hunters maybe we could think about this. A good place to start is with your buffering system, you know it takes quite a pounding with every shot. You should replace that old school buffer with a V Seven enhanced carbine buffer.

New School Technology

V Seven brings a whole set of new ideas with their AR15 H1/H2/H3 buffers, your weapon will look the same on the outside but will shoot altogether differently. Science makes the difference between any old AR-15 carbine buffer and yours from V Seven. Science, engineering, and application give your new carbine buffer the edge over all the others. It may kind of look the same as a lot of others, but sometime the difference can be hard to see.

American Pride

This engineering didn’t come over from oversea, it was born and bred in America. From start to finish V Seven creates every AR15 heavy buffers right here for American shooters to enjoy. Computer technology machines your new carbine buffer to microscopic tolerances, then V Seven lubricates it inside and out. You will notice less felt recoil and smoother cycling of your weapons action. V Sevens Enhanced carbine buffer slightly increases the cycle time of every round, consequently, this spreads the recoil, therefore, softening the shot. This is not only easier on your shoulder, it’s easier on your weapon. All those expensive internal parts will enjoy an increased lifespan, and you ultimately will save money in the end.

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