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Here is a list of Blog topics written by Graham on a variety of subjects mainly about development projects but not all of them will be Air Rifle related. We hope however they will be of interest to like minded people who take the time to stop by for a read. Just click on the heading and it will open up the relevant page of information.
This is my first blog ever so please stay with me and I will try to explain where I came from and my reasons for being here. I have also tried to give a bit of an insight into what it was like to train as an Engineer back in the 1960s.
This is the story behind the development of the Rifle that I am now calling the Trim Reaper. It explains the reason for its original design and how it has evolved over the years into what it is today.
First part of the story behind the development of a creditable Single Stroke Pneumatic Rifle that eventually led to the Webley Paradigm. This Part shows some of the original thinking that kept resulting in a relatively low maximum achievable power limit.
This is the story going forward from the Goats Foot leaver Rifle to the first of the Underleaver Rotary Breach models that did produce 12 ft/lbs of energy and more.
This deals with the development from Webley deciding that they wanted a Single Stroke Pneumatic Rifle but in a Bolt Action form to the production of the very first Paradigms. This is worth a read if only for the video content !!!
This is a brief look at the Whirlwind CNC Rifling machine developed over a number of years for our own use but now it could be made available to other Airgun manufacturers who want to make their own barrels.
This is going to be a look at the trials and tribulations associated with the Twin Piston Rifle Development. Presented in bite sized pieces over the next few weeks.