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M198 question for the Red Legs 10 Jul 2017 13:45 #1

How long is the ram and why is it curved like it is? I've watched youtube videos but cant quite see the reasoning. Anyways I will have to make one so length would be a good start. Thanks in advance.
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M198 question for the Red Legs 10 Jul 2017 19:59 #2

Did you check the manual?

www.redleg2scale.com/RBMI%20Info/1377483...edium-Towed-m198.pdf

"NOTE Ramming at low gun elevations will be done using two 4-foot (1.22-m) cleaning staff sections. If the gun is elevated to the extent that two staff sections cause interference with the ground, one staff section may be removed and replaced with a 2-foot (0.61-m) staff section. Do not use only a single staff section"

Eight four foot staffs and one two foot staff are part of the Basic Issue Items:

"46 1025-00-563-7232 STAFF SECTION, CLEANING, ARTILLERY (4-FOOT) (19206) 7309228
EA 8
47 1025-01-044-2587 STAFF SECTION, CLEANING, ARTILLERY (2-FOOT) (19206) 11579227
EA 1"

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M198 question for the Red Legs 11 Jul 2017 19:14 #3

Thanks for coming through again Saul. Watching more vids on youtube they seem to use straight rams and yet the first couple I watched the other day had one very long ram that was curved. Interesting.
Again thanks
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