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Old 11-18-2011, 10:49 AM   #1
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stick on rails for omer gun

Anybody have input on stick on rails? I have an omer excalibur sport 75cm. Not a top of the line gun but besides the cheap shaft it works just fine for my type/skill of diving. I have replaced the metal wishbone with the riffe nylon kind and plan on getting a mako shaft real soon. the only thing I could think of to make it "that much better" is a full length stick on rail, hoping to get just a little more accuracy with longer shots. It seems good up to 8-10 feet of range. Anyone have first hand experience with the rails? Any input would be appreciated. And I plan on getting a nice mako rail gun eventually but for now I want to make due with this one. Thanks!
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Old 11-23-2011, 12:39 PM   #2
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Re: stick on rails for omer gun

Stick on rails work just fine. I use them on 3 pipe guns: 90 and 75 cm Omers and a 75 cm Picasso. All 3 are converted to open muzzle. I wouldn't worry about the long range accuracy on a 75 cm gun though.

Btw you would probably get better response in the guns section.
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