Jump to content

ViperHummel

Contributor
  • Content count

    60
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

3 Neutral

About ViperHummel

  • Rank
    Member

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  1. sold. please close
  2. ViperHummel

    WTS: Eotech XPS2

    New lower price.
  3. ViperHummel

    WTS: Eotech XPS2

    Price lowered to $460 shipped. Stock XPS2-0 cost between $440-480. This has the accu-cam and flip up covers. GG&G offers this at a $100 up charge. So please stop informing me that you can get it for $440 shipped from another website. Thanks.
  4. Selling this b/c I just bought a used 553 Model and I over extended myself in doing so. I originally bought this to be mounted on my TWS Rail for my AK. Unlike the 512 Model I had on it originally had on it, the battery pack sticks over too far and ejecting rounds were stove piping into it causing serious jams on my rifle. So it's back to the "slender" model. This Eotech is in excellent condition. Glass is like new, some handling marks on the body. It comes with the original case, manuals, and paper work. In addition, it has the GG&G Accu-Cam and front and rear pop-up lens covers. $460 $425 Shipped. PayPal is preferred so I can ship it out ASAP, but not required. Paypal will require a 4% up charge.
  5. ViperHummel

    WTB: AR Parts

    anybody have anything?
  6. ViperHummel

    WTS-3 Saigass

    Pictures are nice. The trigger guards are removed b/c if you read the description he is using after market trigger guards.
  7. ViperHummel

    chaos quad rail for .223/5.45?

    Cameron, the rail will fit on the 5.45 and it does so very well.
  8. ViperHummel

    WTB: AR Parts

    I'm getting into AR building. Hopefully it will become part of a career path for me. I just bought some AR tools and slowly collecting stuff to start off cheap. I'm looking for parts you are willing to part with. I don't want to pay retail or really even close to it as I need to lose as little money as possible when I resell the rifles. I need to gain confidence in this and that means building, shooting, selling. Parts most interested in: Barrels Stripped uppers Barrel Parts ***Stripped lowers (if in the state of PA. I'll provide necessary documentation but I could deal with an FFL via ordering online)*** Buffers, Tubes (mil spec), Stocks (stocks are not that important. A2 buffers and tubes welcome) Gas blocks LPKs (unused or at least with all the parts) Maybe other key parts I missed. Not looking for everything, just stuff that is usually pricey so can start this on the cheap. I blew a bunch of money on the tools so I'm looking to ease the pain. Let me know if you have anything. I'll do Paypal with no-description.
  9. ViperHummel

    Keeping muzzle brake on the barrel

    check out CNC warrior. That will have everything you need. I had the same problem and that's what I went with.
  10. ViperHummel

    Chaos x39 quad rail review, Im pretty happy

    I swapped out gas tubes to make the look more natural and get rid of the gaps. The fit and finish is amazing on these. No sharp edges and just a natural sex appeal to it. I have one on my 5.45 and an extra one waiting for my 7.62x39 to be finished curing (Alumahyde II OD Green)
  11. ViperHummel

    Which bipod for a saiga

    Id's say drill and install a sling swivel stud on it. The Spring tensioned bipods from Walmart (Winchester) or a Harris would do nicely.
  12. ViperHummel

    Which bipod for a saiga

    Depends on what you have for hand guards. Do you have rails or polymer/wood hand guards?
  13. ViperHummel

    saiga 7.62x39 low profile mount

    Take a gander at aim surplus. They have the RS AKM mount with a Vortex strikefire for only $250.
  14. ViperHummel

    Romy Quad Rail Problem

    Understandable. I'm going to ask though, did you consult the instructions on Chaos's website prior to installation? Prior to starting any project you have to know that you have the tools to complete it. I only say that b/c I too have made mistakes that I assumed SHOULD be right. I rounded out a Torque screw b/c it clearly looked like a torque but was really something called an IP screw. Had to send my entire rifle back to Savage and wait for them to replace the screws on my dime since I bought it second hand. I hope it works out for you, bud. Keep your head up. Every now and then we all get to kick Murphy in the teeth.
×