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Thread: Any VEPR owners given this a whirl?

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    Talking Any VEPR owners given this a whirl?

    I think it could be a nice answer to other furniture options.

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    Aug 2012
    I've tried theirs. Decent product. We came up with a solution that costs less and is made for the DIY guy.

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    Atlanta GA
    Here is what I have done with my Vepr:
    http://store.carolinashooterssupply....earm-Ar/Detail It comes with the mounting ring for the front. I carefully modified the block where it slips into the trunnion. There is a bar that houses one of the rivets that prevents the forearm from sliding all the way in, so I ground it down (slowly and carefully) until it slid right into place, then I drilled a hole in the trunnion that matched up exactly with the tapped hole in the foregrip so I could install a retention screw. Perfect fit and a great look.
    For the stock I went with Krebs Customs: . This adaptor is specifically for the Vepr - slant cut to fit. I got a pignose adaptor, CAR tube and Vltor stock to finish it off.
    I'm also refinishing the walnut stock and forearm. It's going pretty well but I'm not stopping until they glow.

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    No, but was going to use one on my saiga.

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    Sep 2012
    Good info

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    I may just have to try that little thingy.. Thanx for the heads up


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