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    #46
    I never had the Hat but spend enough time standing in the corner.

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      #47
      I purchased another rough Rider with the four 5/8 inch barrel. I'm using it to experiment with setting back the barrel about .225
      I picked up about another 400 feet per second after the modification.



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        #48
        After I turned the shoulder on the barrel in the last picture this picture I trimmed back the end of the barrel for the cylinder gap.


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          #49
          I also had to shorten the ejector housing

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            #50
            All done with the gang of four hundred feet per second

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              #51
              Next Step is to do the same on my 16in long barrel Rough Rider.

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                #52
                Good job Rich
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                  #53
                  Excellent. I really miss having a lathe and a mill at my disposal.

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                    #54
                    Originally posted by RICHGCOOP View Post
                    Next Step is to do the same on my 16in long barrel Rough Rider.
                    Which should boost the speed to near Mach 2.

                    Never give the devil a ride. He will always want to drive.

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                      #55
                      Originally posted by PHMadness View Post
                      Excellent. I really miss having a lathe and a mill at my disposal.

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