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Re: Recoil and What to do about it!

Postby gunnut » Mon Apr 02, 2012 12:05 am

OK. Guys! My new web site is up and running! ARRECOILLESS.NET
got to pay for this R&D some how!
Take a look everyone. let me know what you think.
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Re: Recoil and What to do about it!

Postby Hoot » Mon Apr 02, 2012 4:44 am

gunnut wrote:OK. Guys! My new web site is up and running! ARRECOILLESS.NET
got to pay for this R&D some how!
Take a look everyone. let me know what you think.


Nice Start John! I though you offered a two-holer also?

The graphic at the top doesn't view well on my widescreen laptop set to 1280x800. I'll check it out on other PCs today.
Consider adding a link so that when someone clicks the trace graphic at the top, they open to a full size, high resolution version of it.
Actually, if you're not concerned with sharing TMI, perhaps add a gallery of all the test traces, for the curious and overly scientific.

Thanks for putting it together.

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Re: Recoil and What to do about it!

Postby gunnut » Mon Apr 02, 2012 6:06 am

Thanks hoot!
I was thinking along the line of a Gallery.
Right now if you view a recoil reducer look at the "more pictures" to see the test graph.

I discontinued the 2 hole version.Not enough gain using 2. Was, going to discontinue the A1altogether. Had some more request for it.
Will be redesigned.
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Re: Recoil and What to do about it!

Postby Hoot » Mon Apr 02, 2012 8:32 am

gunnut wrote:Thanks hoot!
I was thinking along the line of a Gallery.
Right now if you view a recoil reducer look at the "more pictures" to see the test graph.

I discontinued the 2 hole version.Not enough gain using 2. Was, going to discontinue the A1altogether. Had some more request for it.
Will be redesigned.


For the sake of visitors who haven't been following your work, perhaps a Legend on the traces is in order. They will not recognize which it which otherwise.

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Re: Recoil and What to do about it!

Postby gunnut » Mon Apr 02, 2012 8:58 am

Check out the Gallery. :D www.ARRECOILLESS.net
This is easier then posting them here.
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Re: Recoil and What to do about it!

Postby bigboreshooter » Mon Apr 02, 2012 9:17 am

gunnut wrote:Check out the Gallery. :D http://www.ARRECOILLESS.net
This is easier then posting them here.


Site looks good gunny, can't wait for your prototype buffer.
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Re: Recoil and What to do about it!

Postby Hoot » Mon Apr 02, 2012 10:08 am

Gotta love the stepped functions in the 3.5 Adjustable. :o
What is the purpose of the eccentric blue end pieces? Lateral locking?
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Re: Recoil and What to do about it!

Postby gunnut » Mon Apr 02, 2012 10:54 am

Hoot wrote:Gotta love the stepped functions in the 3.5 Adjustable. :o
What is the purpose of the eccentric blue end pieces? Lateral locking?
Hoot

Yes. That's the adjustment. left to right, up or down. Not recoil.
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Re: Recoil and What to do about it!

Postby tbirdman74 » Sun Aug 19, 2012 10:09 pm

OK gunny, got my stock unpacked, only question is ,is there a certain order that the rubber plugs and the reducer need to be installed in, or is it just to be able to move the weight fore and aft?
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Re: Recoil and What to do about it!

Postby gunnut » Sun Aug 19, 2012 10:25 pm

tbirdman74 wrote:OK gunny, got my stock unpacked, only question is ,is there a certain order that the rubber plugs and the reducer need to be installed in, or is it just to be able to move the weight fore and aft?

They are just shims to hold the reducer in place. One in front of reducer, The rest behind it works best.
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