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Thread: Who made this Rail Gun

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    Who made this Rail Gun

    This is not the greatest picture I can find for this rail gun.
    My question is who made this one.
    Thanks


    https://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl...MyheegUIARC8AQ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lew View Post
    This is not the greatest picture I can find for this rail gun.
    My question is who made this one.
    Thanks


    https://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl...MyheegUIARC8AQ


    Lew,Ive seen that Rail at Seymour. can't remember the shooter or the builder.

    Somebody that shoots regularly at Seymour may recognize the builder/shooter

    Scott Hunter,John Horn, Mike Bryant.


    Glenn

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    I know Mr. Horn and Hunter both, don't believe it's either one of theirs. I'll ask Mr. Horn when I see him in a few days.

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    RC,
    Thank You

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    Rail

    OK.... lets see if this joggles any memories.

    Interesting. Thought I had seen it at Seymour. Not sure now.








    Glenn

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    Checked with mr.horn. that gun was built by him and his partner. Richard futch ended up with it and sold it. Not sure where it ended up

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    Impressive looking gun! I'm also impressed with how stout that trash can must be! Lol!

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    Mike,
    In Texas are Cans are strong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lew View Post
    Mike,
    In Texas are Cans are strong.
    Clearly! Dollar GenCorp is based nearby. That and me being a cheap arse, explains why mine are pretty much worth what I paid for them. Lol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwezell View Post
    Impressive looking gun! I'm also impressed with how stout that trash can must be! Lol!

    I'm impressed with how stout the guy that owned that rail must be.
    Last edited by Chism G; 03-06-2020 at 12:25 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chism G View Post
    I'm impressed with how stout the guy that owned that rail must be.
    Mr. Horn told me that's why it didn't get shot much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcparker View Post
    Mr. Horn told me that's why it didn't get shot much.

    That coming from the Guy(s) who built it, says a bunch. It looks heavy

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    This rail gun is for sale on accurate shooter right now for $1600.00!
    May need a gun carriage to move it around though!!
    Regards,

    JDM
    SW Arkansas

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