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– Unit ships with (1) GR-1 Gauss Rifle, (1) Battery Pack, and (1) hard carrying case
– MAGAZINES AND AMMUNITION ARE SOLD SEPARATELY
– CHARGER SOLD SEPARATELY
The Arcflash Labs GR-1 “Anvil” is an 8-stage semi-automatic high voltage Gauss Rifle. It is the most powerful coilgun ever sold to the public, and also (very likely) the most powerful handheld coilgun ever built.
The GR-1 is capable of accelerating any ferromagnetic projectile (under 1/2″ in diameter) to 200+ fps, and can deliver up to 75 ft-lbs of muzzle energy.
The GR-1 uses the world’s most advanced capacitor charging system, a dual Clamped Quasi-Resonant Inverter, which allows the GR-1 to fire up to 20 rounds per minute (at full power) or up to 100 rounds per minute at 50% power.
The GR-1 is capable of accepting 3 different standard projectile lengths (32 mm, 42 mm, and 52 mm) with a unique variable magazine system.
Arcflash Labs recommends the use of 1232, 1242E, or 1252 armatures, but any steel rod, fastener or dowel pin between [11-12.6mm in diameter] and between [30-52mm in length] should work. Please use caution when firing non-OEM armatures and refer to the user manual for guidance before firing. Arcflash Labs is NOT RESPONSIBLE for damage to the unit or personal injury caused by firing non-OEM armatures.
|Primary power source||6S LiPo (40+ shots per charge)|
|Power supply||1000W (CQR)|
|Capacitors||8x HV electrolytic|
|Switches||9x HV SCR|
|Projectile||10-12mm x[variable] alloy steel|
|Armature Capacity||10 round magazines|
|Rate of fire||up to 100 rounds/min|
|Muzzle velocity||75 m/s|
|Physical Dimensions||38.0” x 8.0” x 3.0”|
|Overall Weight (unloaded, no battery)||20 lbs|
Documentation: GR-1 Manual_v1
Device exempt from FCC certification under section 15.103-h: (h) Digital devices in which both the highest frequency generated and the highest frequency used are less than 1.705 MHz and which do not operate from the AC power lines or contain provisions for operation while connected to the AC power lines. Digital devices that include, or make provision for the use of, battery eliminators, AC adaptors or battery chargers which permit operation while charging or that connect to the AC power lines indirectly, obtaining their power through another device which is connected to the AC power lines, do not fall under this exemption. For more information: