PCC Adjustable Recoil System

$89.95

Rated 4.75 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)
  • For carbine buffer tubes only
  • For use in blow back actions only
  • Comes with TACCOM Rifle spring
  • Comes with Return Cushion
  • 6.2 ounces
  • 3 stage action
  • Allows for the BHO to functioin

Description

The TACCOM adjustable PCC buffer system is one of the first systems out there that not only allows you to change the buffer spring to your desired liking, it also allows for a 2nd  stage, the final ½ of travel to also be adjusted so that the buffer doesn’t slam into the end of the buffer tube and in effect reduce felt recoil.

Adding the TACCOM cushion is basically adding a 3rd stage that will keep the shock down from the entire bolt/buffer on the rebound, hitting the backend of your barrel. This cushion is between the bolt and buffer and helps smooth out the entire cycle of the rifle.

4 reviews for PCC Adjustable Recoil System

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Phil Underwood (verified owner)

    Works perfect. This is a tried and true setup. Using a QC10 lower and Taccom upper. Highly recommenced. Best setup on the market and price ..A+

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jon (verified owner)

    This buffer system is awesome! It’s works better then all the other system. The recoil impulse is so smooth now, tracking the dot is a breeze.

  3. Rated 4 out of 5

    wagner130 (verified owner)

    This works perfectly, and was easy to install on my Palmetto PCC carbine. I think for the price, it was a good value. I had questions that were answered quickly by the staff, shipping was reasonable and most important, the Buffer does reduce felt recoil.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Mark (verified owner)

    Swapped out another captured buffer system (not JP) and immediately can tell the difference in the recoil impulse. Considering the price and the results, it’s really a great value. With a comp, my PCC is running so flat that I don’t even have to worry so much about managing recoil for the follow-up shots just on movement and transitions.

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