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chilly_willy
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Matrix 330 Rail

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Looking to trade a Matrix 355 Rail for a Matrix 330 Rail.( Rail only)
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Re: Matrix 330 Rail

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Have you spec'd out the length of each rail? Cause going off memory the rails may be very close to the same length. The 355 had a straight or reflexed (swept forward) riser, and the 330 has a straight or deflexed (swept back) riser. IIRC.

Someone that has had each can confirm. But just asking the question.
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Re: Matrix 330 Rail

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wheelsquad wrote:
Wed Jan 26, 2022 3:36 pm
Have you spec'd out the length of each rail? Cause going off memory the rails may be very close to the same length. The 355 had a straight or reflexed (swept forward) riser, and the 330 has a straight or deflexed (swept back) riser. IIRC.

Someone that has had each can confirm. But just asking the question.
Great point, not everything is done with rail length in terms of performance, the riser is the key. I took my riser & limbs off a Matrix 330 and put them on my Matrix 380 rail, and I got 384 FPS. Gained almost 20 FPS.
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Re: Matrix 330 Rail

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xcaliber wrote:
Wed Jan 26, 2022 4:47 pm
wheelsquad wrote:
Wed Jan 26, 2022 3:36 pm
Have you spec'd out the length of each rail? Cause going off memory the rails may be very close to the same length. The 355 had a straight or reflexed (swept forward) riser, and the 330 has a straight or deflexed (swept back) riser. IIRC.

Someone that has had each can confirm. But just asking the question.
Great point, not everything is done with rail length in terms of performance, the riser is the key. I took my riser & limbs off a Matrix 330 and put them on my Matrix 380 rail, and I got 384 FPS. Gained almost 20 FPS.
Both 330 and 355 are forward risers. 310 was only different one ( snd later Saphire)
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Re: Matrix 330 Rail

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flightattendant100 wrote:
Thu Jan 27, 2022 11:43 am
xcaliber wrote:
Wed Jan 26, 2022 4:47 pm
wheelsquad wrote:
Wed Jan 26, 2022 3:36 pm
Have you spec'd out the length of each rail? Cause going off memory the rails may be very close to the same length. The 355 had a straight or reflexed (swept forward) riser, and the 330 has a straight or deflexed (swept back) riser. IIRC.

Someone that has had each can confirm. But just asking the question.
Great point, not everything is done with rail length in terms of performance, the riser is the key. I took my riser & limbs off a Matrix 330 and put them on my Matrix 380 rail, and I got 384 FPS. Gained almost 20 FPS.
Both 330 and 355 are forward risers. 310 was only different one ( snd later Saphire)
I figured someone would come along that really knew :thumbup:
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Re: Matrix 330 Rail

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I have a 330 rail to trade. Do you want just a stripped rail or one with all the shooting mechanisms still intact? Mine has the factory trigger and ADF.
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