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Unread 04-24-2003, 09:11 AM
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Whih shoulder angle is the most efficient, a 30 or 35 degree?
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    Re: shoulder

    It all depends on the length and diameter of the case. I have heard rumor that the average case would do best with something between 35 & 40 degrees.
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    Re: shoulder

    The case would be large. 2.5X.800. I would have planned on making this for many years. I know it may be dumb to ask question of it now, but it is something to do in my spare time.Thanks
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