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If you believe you NEED a shock buffer because you see impact problems with frame, you need to raise your spring tensions to handle the recoil.   Or back off those +P+ rounds.  If you want a buffer because you drank the KoolAid and believe it makes the gun shoot easier, just stop.   For Wild Bunch especially, there is no need to shoot loads that are damaging the gun.   A 160 or so Power Factor WB load is way below what even standard factory loads run.

1911 was not designed to use shock buffs and sticking them in creates a pending disaster when you least need it.

good luck, GJ


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