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    loading block for rail guns

    Hi,

    I am trying to find out who makes the loading blocks and attachments that I have seen on some Young railguns.

    It sure would make things a lot easier when you have very little room available at the bench to place your shells.

    Thanks,

    Bill McIntyre

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill McIntyre View Post
    Hi,

    I am trying to find out who makes the loading blocks and attachments that I have seen on some Young railguns.

    It sure would make things a lot easier when you have very little room available at the bench to place your shells.

    Thanks,

    Bill McIntyre

    Bill, you can always do like Larry Feusse (sp). He made a top loading magazine for his rail. It got knocked over and broken at Canastota.

    I wish Larry would post a pic of it....hint!!


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    Hi Jerry,

    I would be interested in seeing that shell holder. I usually have my rounds placed on a towel, but at Weikert there was very little room on some of the benches and anything that changes your routine is not a good thing!

    Thanks,

    Bill

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    Not all super feet are created equal. Ron Hoehn sells some similar to Montgomery Ward's old labeling, good, better and best. With the normal super feet, I could slide my rail gun across St. Louis' bench top and look down the line at targets a little ways from me. With his best grade, I couldn't. You think of superfeet as being a one time purchase. However, it didn't help me shoot any better in the UL 200 than where I placed in the 100. I love the rail guns, but I'm always glad when we put them up to shoot the varmint classes.

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