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PostPosted: Fri Oct 19, 2012 7:00 pm 
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Our Vepr furniture is on sale for 10% off! Just use coupon code "VeprLaunch" during check out to get the savings. This coupon will work through Halloween (10/31). The coupon will also work towards the Israeli butt stock mount and 3-point sling as well.

We have been doing massive work on the furniture and are very happy with the units we are shipping. The handguard is now drilled the same as the original for the front lug and you may just need to do some tweaking up there with a round file to get a solid fit.

For folks who want to modify their Veprs and are concerned about 922r compliance, a full furniture set comprised of a buttstock, pistol grip and forearm will get you three compliance parts.

Sales are brisk and our order backlog is running close to four weeks right now. Order now and reserve your production slot.

For the Vepr Category on our website, go to:
http://shop.roninsgrips.com/Vepr-Furniture_c16.htm

For the complete furniture set, go to:
http://shop.roninsgrips.com/Russian-Vep ... reSet1.htm


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 19, 2012 9:07 pm 
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A gentleman asked for clarification of how much work is required to install the furniture and I thought others might want to see the response:

We've been refining them over and over since August. Right now, the biggest "fitting part" I can think of is that you might need to use a circular file to "slot" the lug hole in case it doesn't go straight over your barrel lug on the forearm. It uses the Vepr oval shaped washer and original screw. We had to add a special 5mm spacer inside to get the angles to work right and that will be included.

On the buttstock, all that is mandatory is that you drill the screw holes for the trunnion and recoil pad. You don't have to order a recoil pad from us but the buttstock must have one to protect the end - the same as any other buttstock. The ones we have fit pretty good. You may opt to add a thin coat of RTV black silicone to get a nice seemless fit between the two, but that optional on top of the two screws that you would drill and mount the pad with.

The optional cheekpiece is held on by two screws as well - #8 screws. You'd slide the cheekpiece around to where you like it. Tape it in place, confirm the location and then drill the holes.

That's about it unless you found some minor filing or sanding needed to get a good fit somewhere.

Additional "machining" work would only be needed if you actually wanted to cut the stock to change the length of pull, add lightening cuts, make a skeleton stock, etc. The plastic behaves like a hardwood so you could use a sander, router, hole saw, etc.

When I ship it, the plastic will be sanded and blasted with our matte finish plus any necessary hardware such as the spacer and screws will be included. You would need to have a drill and the right size drill bits for #10 and #8 screws.


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