The buffer tube cover...Looks good on the rifle...The only thing...The charging handle hits the cover...So you have to slide it back...Far enough to pull the handle, all the way out. So it makes the A R Pistol....Look alot longer....
Nice solid buffer cover, gives comfortable cheek weld. Now it would be nice to have one that fits over an adjustable tube, just in case BATFE decides "New Rule"...
Bought to put on my 9mm AR pistol for maneuverability and comfort. I don't like the arm brace plastic rattle crap and this was perfect for me and my build. I would definitely buy again. The only thing that was not a big factor was the choice of color options. More options would make more sales.
Easy to install and gives a better grip to hold on to. A real quality product!
Perfect fit and use of a pistol buffer tube and a great color.
Don't adjust it too close to the receiver or your charging will not fully retract and you will have an issue with charging your rifle. This is on a 22lr conversion by CMMG(Bravo kit) so the travel is perfect for this piece to install all the way forward making it as short as possible.
Makes my AR9 compliant works great looks cool and at a nice price point. The sleeve needs to be adjusted on the tube at a point where the charging handle works because of the locking ring. I have recommended this to friends with pistol length firearms. I like the color options!!
Earlier I submitted comments about your Non-Slip AR Pistol Rubber Tube Cover Slip Over. I didn't include a photo. These are two photos of my AR-9. One is a full view. I've taken it to the range and was satisfied with its performance.
The second photo is a closeup showing the distance (3.5") between the charging handle and the mounting ring on the Non-Slip AR Pistol Rubber Tube Cover Slip Over. The buffer tube is a Carbine Length Anderson Manufacturing buffer tube. This AR-9 also has a Law Tactical Folding stock mechanism.
In this combination the charging handle can be brought back far enough to charge the weapon. If the Law Tactical Folding Stock mechanism is removed. There isn't enough room to charge the gun.
The locking ring on the grip is too tall. This also holds true if the Non-Slip AR Pistol Rubber Tube Cover Slip Over is placed on any short buffer tube like the Strike Industries Short Pistol Buffer or Maxim Defense CQB.
I suggest your engineers rework the retention ring and handle to allow the charging handle to pass over the Cover. I have to tell you, people I've shown my AR-9 setup like the Non-Slip AR Pistol Rubber Tube Cover Slip Over. You have a great idea. It just needs tweaking.