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I was shootin my 556 ar the other day and the casings are ejecting forwart. Almost directly forward. I'm thinking the gun is cycling too fast. Should I stick in a heavier buffer? All parts are stock.
 

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I was shootin my 556 ar the other day and the casings are ejecting forwart. Almost directly forward. I'm thinking the gun is cycling too fast. Should I stick in a heavier buffer? All parts are stock.
A heavier buffer and/or the SS Springs.
 

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Thanks Paulosantos. Wanted to run it buy you guys.
 

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How about the other direction?

I have a 20" on a carbine stock (with carbine buffer and FA carrier) which always ejects at 3:00, (or further back...brass hits the deflector). This is with good target fodder: I think it's Privi Partisan.

Any issues/thoughts?
 

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How about the other direction?

I have a 20" on a carbine stock (with carbine buffer and FA carrier) which always ejects at 3:00, (or further back...brass hits the deflector). This is with good target fodder: I think it's Privi Partisan.

Any issues/thoughts?
You are fine. YOu can add an H-Buffer if you want, which should bring it to the 4 o'clock position, but you don't have to.
 
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