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Wingarcher

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I'm considering purchasing 24mm reload hardware but I'd like to know the exact dimensions of the case. I looked around on the Aerotech website but didn't see anything. Perhaps I'm just blind!?

I'd like to see a schematic that shows every dimension- total length, length to the step at the nozzle, etc.

Can someone point me in the right direction?

I think this would be useful for 29mm, and on up, just not for me..... (yet) :cool:

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I just measured my 24/40 case. It a diameter of .93" and a overall lenght of 3.59"
 

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This is what I measured with my cheap calipers...

 

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Someone's excited about their new 24/40 case;)

That should be any and all dimensions you should need!
 

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What can I say?....I'm a geek.

John R. McClure P.E. BSME

You should be impressed that I didn't attach an AutoCAD file!
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And now that I have over 100 posts I'm a "veteran member".
 

Wingarcher

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Geekdom aside, that's the info I was looking for! :)

I'm considering the Aerotech to get my Executioner off the ground. I think I got too much epoxy on it. On the other hand, I think you could sit on it and not hurt it! :)

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