- Shooting Accessories
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Recoil buffers are an easy and inexpensive way to eliminate damage of critical components by preventing the metal to metal contact of the slide or breech block with the frame. Made from a high density polyurethane formulated for maximum shock-absorbing characteristics, the recoil buffer is a drop-in part.The CZ recoil buffer will eliminate the metal to metal impact of the slide on the receiver each time the weapon is fired. You will extend the service life of your pistol as well as have reduced felt recoil by installing one in your weapon. Installation is easy and requires no special tools or modification to your gun.
Beretta Large Bradley Front Sight. This sight is standard on Beretta 682 Gold E, DT10 Competition, ASE Gold, and A400 Xcel models. This sight will fit any Beretta shotgun except old blade style models. This sight will fit other shotguns that use a 2.6x.45 front sight.
The Choate Flash Hider and Front Sight for the Ruger Mini-14 fits most 580 and higher series rifles. For use on rifles with a barrel diameter of 0.625″, make sure to measure the barrel before you order, some of the early 580 series rifles have the smaller 0.562″ barrel. The compensator is attached to the gun barrel by a 1/8 inch spring steel roll pin. Gunsmith installation recommended to drill hole for roll pin.
If you want your shots to be on target at long ranges, you need to have your crosshairs leveled perfectly. Some alignment tools on the market level the crosshairs to the scope base or another arbitrary and inconsistent point. The Level-Level-Level scope crosshair alignment tool from Wheeler Engineering is a far better option.It works by aligning your scope with the top of the receiver, which is the most accurate point. The leveling can be done in minutes with this tool. You simply attach the first level to the receiver, place the other level on any flat point on top of the scope, and orient the scope so that the two levels match up! It fits most popular bolt action rifles, and it can be adjusted to fit more obscure designs.