Huben Hammerless K1

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    WylieCoyote
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    Does anyone have a recommendation for adding a picatinny rail using the sling hole in the front of the K1? I was looking at: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01B6S8IOY but am not sure about the curve of the stock. Does anyone have a recommendation for a tripod and cradle?

    Thanks!

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    MartinT
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    I have this one for the K1 and it works flawlessly, and as it only has 2 parallel contact points with the stock, it always fits the curvature. (and the rubber piece between the stock and the rail prevent marring of the stock.)

     

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001P9OQGY/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

     

    Good luck!

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    Queequeg
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    Has anyone else noticed the link here on AN to Huben's website is no longer functional. Been that way for a week now. Takes you to a Microsoft server page instead.

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    Steyr
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    WylieCoyote

    Does anyone have a recommendation for adding a picatinny rail using the sling hole in the front of the K1? I was looking at: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01B6S8IOY but am not sure about the curve of the stock. Does anyone have a recommendation for a tripod and cradle?

    Thanks!

    @wyliecoyote – did you buy this in the end – I am looking at this but it is a bit expensive? did this fit ok? did you explore other options?

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    Ydunn.223
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    I put this one on my Huben it's works well and it's a little cheeper 

    it does not come with the quick release stud you need to buy one.

    https://www.amazon.com/Lion-Gears-Picatinny-Adapter-ASS2W03/dp/B00NVK0RR2/ref=sr_1_12?crid=1IEUIQ5XTWHQH&keywords=lions+gear+bipod&qid=1561853676&s=gateway&sprefix=lions+gear%2Caps%2C195&sr=8-12

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    peole
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    WylieCoyote

    Does anyone have a recommendation for adding a picatinny rail using the sling hole in the front of the K1? I was looking at: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01B6S8IOY but am not sure about the curve of the stock. Does anyone have a recommendation for a tripod and cradle?

    Thanks!

    @wyliecoyote – did you buy this in the end – I am looking at this but it is a bit expensive? did this fit ok? did you explore other options?

    not only link. Huben website is down for awhile

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    WylieCoyote
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    I ended up buying this one: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01B6S8IOY

    It works great, but you have to have a stud in the sling mounting hole. I used these studs: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07CN5PG6T since I was not sure of the screw thread size. I ended up using the one with fine threads. The rail goes over the stud and a pin goes through the side of the rail and through the stud. You can then use your sling with the post on the end of the rail. 

    I am using https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BJ4UZCE to clean the barrel with my normal rifle cleaning kit. These swabs fit the barrel very nicely and it makes a big difference to clean the barrel with a light coat of oil. Make sure the Huben is empty and on safe before attempting to clean it. The safest way is to drill a hole through a piece of wood and put your cleaning rod through it, securing the handle to the wood using duct tape. Place the wood on the ground so that the rod is sticking up in the air with the cleaning tip attached. Hold the Huben and slide it over the cleaning tip gently inserting it into the barrel. Slide the Huben up and down to clean the barrel. This is the safest way to clean the Huben since the barrel is always pointed toward the wood, which is on the ground.  

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    WylieCoyote
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    I read an article in Hard Air Magazine about an LCS airgun that is semi and full auto – see link. A close examination shows that it looks a lot like the Huben K1, including the fixed magazine. They improved the loading port and many other little things. They use a carbon fiber bottle instead of the titanium, so the pressure is lower. According to the article, they are being assembled in the US. They are being sold at Airguns of Arizona, according to the article for $1999.

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    Carveter
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    hello, someone could put the measures of orings of the huben.Thanks
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    Carveter
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    hello, someone has the measurements of the orings of the huben k1.Thanks
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    airgunfans
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    hello, someone has the measurements of the orings of the huben k1.Thanks

    https://www.airgunnation.com/topic/huben-k1-exploded-drawings-and-spare-part-list/

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    Carveter
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    Airfunfans,thank you very much ¡¡¡¡¡ 
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