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Old 01-24-2007, 05:43 PM   #21 (permalink)
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ram #2 gets to be fit INSIDE the body for valve ops if that's what your after.
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Old 01-24-2007, 05:55 PM   #22 (permalink)
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if you want to run two rams out front, you would need to have a very swanky backblock(s) built that one interfaces with the cocking rod/lower block and instead of a spring/sear/hammer, it has a rod with a hammer on it that fires the standard valve as the forward ram strikes forward, so the one ram would be back when loaded and the bolt ram forward while loaded. It owuld be kinda complicatd as opposed to overcoming the the internal ram concept.
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NVM. I've got it!

I'm gonna keep this under wraps until I'm done.

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if you want to run two rams out front, you would need to have a very swanky backblock(s) built that one interfaces with the cocking rod/lower block and instead of a spring/sear/hammer, it has a rod with a hammer on it that fires the standard valve as the forward ram strikes forward, so the one ram would be back when loaded and the bolt ram forward while loaded. It owuld be kinda complicatd as opposed to overcoming the the internal ram concept.
Hmm, that actually sounds like a fun tinker job...
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Old 01-26-2007, 08:54 PM   #27 (permalink)
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Actually, I was thinking attatching the pump arm directly to the hammer and milling a slit in the body. Then it occured to me that I wanted to mod the body as LITTLE as possible, so I scrapped that idea.
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kindof the same thing I was going for here but done by real machinists and such. It was also done by people that had a desire to get it done, I had mine shooting but never enough motivation to get it into a field worthy condition.

If I remember correctly the hammer on the BKO was the same diameter (close enough) to the hammer size on a cocker so the ram could be put in a cocker w/o too much work.

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Yup, two LPRs are neat but kinda complicated. What I wish more would do is make a ram with an oversized shaft so the closing force is less than half of the opening force. I saw someone that sold one but I'm not sure if it was big enough to change the closing force drastically...
oversized shaft = a lot of extra moving mass. Better off going with a smaller piston area much like the little one offered by ANS.
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I'm sorry, but I could have sworn I just saw a pneu-assist electro pump BKO...
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Old 01-27-2007, 04:58 AM   #30 (permalink)
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kindof the same thing I was going for here but done by real machinists and such. It was also done by people that had a desire to get it done, I had mine shooting but never enough motivation to get it into a field worthy condition.

If I remember correctly the hammer on the BKO was the same diameter (close enough) to the hammer size on a cocker so the ram could be put in a cocker w/o too much work.
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oversized shaft = a lot of extra moving mass. Better off going with a smaller piston area much like the little one offered by ANS.
If you wanted, you could hollow out and then cap the shaft. That would reduce the moving mass.
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