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|02-20-2014, 11:51 PM||#1 (permalink)|
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$30 - AR grip adapter. Manufactured part, DIY install ( simple, requires drill, hacksaw, file and marine epoxy) Allows you to install AR type grips. Some may require modification at the top as the hammer 7 does not have the curve at the back above the grip that the AR does. Dust Black
$37 - Straight thru ASA with removable buffer tube nut. It can be used as a straight back bottle ASA, or with a male air adapter and a 90 fitting to bring remote your air in through the buffer tube.
$33 - SC feed block / cram and jam. Made of delrin and fits on forward or backward. It will possibly have a ramp on the top to act as a riser for first strikes. It uses standard phantom feedtubes and fed caps.
$12 - Stainless bolt arm that screws in the hammer7 bolt. Slot your body for a bolt lock and convert your hammer7 to a bolt action
$45 - AR breech liner. Autococker threaded. includes an AR barrel nut thread so a d-ring and barrel nut can be installed. Which means you could use AR forearms. It also means you can't use a pump however. The pump guide is just barely in the way of the threads. Bolt action only with that I think. The plastic extension would need to be removed to install a nut
$35 - Autococker threaded breech liner WITHOUT AR barrel nut thread.
$75 - DSP raincover. Slip fit for 7/8" or 1" straight shank, ported barrels. Full aluminum other than the bushings inside that you fit to your barrel. Secure but very easy to remove.
Please point people that might be interested in the right direction. I don't frequent other forums, and I would feel a little rude just signing up to post a sales thread.
ill post up an order link and individual pictures of the items tomorrow.
Last edited by dukie; 02-21-2014 at 04:06 PM.
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|02-21-2014, 09:38 AM||#6 (permalink)|
I know I have an ASA adapter around here somewhere, but damned if I can find it.
basically combine one of these:
with something like this:
punch a hole in the undeside of the buffer tube for a hose.
|02-21-2014, 02:44 PM||#8 (permalink)|
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Would you mind if we put a link on Hammer 7 owner group on Facebook?I could see lots of interest for your stuff there
Ehh nevermind,just saw that answerod previously
I'm not THAT Punisher!!
If a Dremmel had t*ts Id marry one!
Last edited by punisher068; 02-21-2014 at 02:47 PM.
|02-21-2014, 04:00 PM||#10 (permalink)|
The airline doesn't go through the nut ( other than being in the center of it with the ASA), it would go through the stock buffer tube
The whole point of it was that someone was asking for a straight ASA for the hammer7 - VS- the angled ASA it comes with. I figured it would also be a good time to design in a feature that would allow the use of a stock other than a tank. for dressing things up.
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