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Thread: Rail Gun prints

  1. #31
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    Sorry about the delay, bad time of the year to start something this big. Before I get too involved, is there a maximum barrel length for a Rail Gun? If not what is the most used length I am leaning toward a Kelbly Panda Action.

    "Bill"
    Last edited by Bill Gruby; 12-13-2015 at 10:15 AM.

  2. #32
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    Kelbly makes a new top port railgun action that should be perfect. No max barrel length- most use a 1.450 at 22-24"

  3. #33
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    Thank you Dusty. I will check on their Top loader. I was going to go with Left - Load, Right - Eject Dual Port. The Barrel Length is as I figured.

    "Bill"
    Last edited by Bill Gruby; 12-13-2015 at 07:48 PM.

  4. #34
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    The top port actions are a gamechanger for railguns

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    Would it be a good idea to join the NBRSA ???

    "Bill"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Gruby View Post
    Would it be a good idea to join the NBRSA ???

    "Bill"
    Yes sr. I don't recall where you're located some areas may have more IBS matches. But I would think you plan to shoot registered matches with it when it's finished

  7. #37
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    Location is the East Coast, Connecticut to be exact. Look to the top right of this post.

    "Bill"

  8. #38
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    Where do you plan to shoot?

  9. #39
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    Join the ibs and the nbrsa. Its cheap and we all need to support the organizations. If you travel youll shoot both

  10. #40
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    Rear adjustments almost finished,

    "Bill Gruby"
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  11. #41
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    Looks pretty good!

  12. #42
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    Thank you Wilbur. It has a ways to go yet though. Probably another 10 to 15 hours work.

    "Bill"

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    I really apologies for no updates but it is because there are none. I am at a standstill to the chunk of Aluminum for the base gets here. It is 9 days past due at this point.

    "Bill"

  14. #44
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    Weight means rigidity which in turn yields accuracy. Am I correct? If so what do these bad boys weigh in at average?

    "Bill"

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    Is anyone here ???

    "Bill Gruby"

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