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Forum: The Other Side of the Ranch (Firearms) 10-07-2022, 08:59 AM
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Posted By muzzlebrake
Would depend on the size and location of the...

Would depend on the size and location of the makeup air. Generally the makeup is toward the end of the range and exhaust at the sides or near the shooting bench in order to capture smoke and...
Forum: The Other Side of the Ranch (Firearms) 10-06-2022, 12:11 PM
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Posted By muzzlebrake
A properly designed range exhaust would have some...

A properly designed range exhaust would have some sort of laminar flow that extends end to end of the range. A 100 yd indoor range exhaust will be quite expensive and unless it's tax dollars paying...
Forum: The Other Side of the Ranch (Firearms) 10-06-2022, 12:02 PM
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Posted By muzzlebrake
600 feet per minute exhaust air velocity is 6.8...

600 feet per minute exhaust air velocity is 6.8 miles per hour. Certainly enough to cause windage shift up down or sideways. Would also depend on location of exhaust inlet and makeup air inlet.
Forum: The Other Side of the Ranch (Firearms) 10-03-2022, 02:56 PM
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Posted By muzzlebrake
Could have something to do with the ventilation...

Could have something to do with the ventilation indoors. Most have some sort of exhaust system that removes and cleans lead and powder burn fumes and particulates from the air. I have designed a...
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