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What’s New at Buck Rail? 4/5/2023

Howdy folks,

It’s been a few months since I’ve updated y’all. We’ve made a lot happen since then. Let me tell you about it real quick. I have a ton of pictures of all the stuff below, but I haven’t found a good way to show them to you. I’m having trouble getting pics to show on mobile devices from my blog. Until I get that figured out, check us out on Instagram and Facebook. I’ve been posting lots of updates there. I know social media isn’t for everyone, so I will be looking into a good way to share lots of pictures with the folks who are interested.

We’ve added a lot of new products. We’re going to add airguns as well. I just added one…

Other New Products

Upcoming Products

  • JTS Airacuda Tactical Conversion Kit – this one is pretty much done. Just waiting for some parts to come in before I list them.
  • Diana Chaser Tactical Airguns – I have 40 Diana Chasers. 20 in .177 and 20 in .22. I’ll add stocks to them, repackage them and sell them at an unbeatable price.
  • Marauder Pistol Kits – I’ve completed a really slick design for the Benjamin Marauder Pistol. I’m trying to work with Crosman to get some really nice triggers, but that has been slow rolling. As soon as Crosman get’s their stuff together and gets me the parts I need, I will start working on getting those listed.
  • Gauntlet UNI Adapter – Like the UNI adapters above. Will be replacing the direct fit suppressors to free up printers.
  • Akela UNI Adapter – Like the UNI adapters above. Will be replacing the direct fit suppressor to free up printers.
  • 880 UNI Adapter – I’ll continue to sell the clamping style, but I have another one that will replace the front sight post, with fiber optic front sight and threaded adapter. It looks a lot nicer.
  • M14X1.25 Suppressor with Steel Insert – This one has been a common request. I don’t own any airguns that use this thread pattern, but apparently lots of other folks do. Design and testing don just trying to get enough of them in stock to release them.
  • Diana Magazine Holders – I’ve made a pretty slick mag holder for my Diana Stormrider that mount on the MLok handguard. The design is done. Will list it when I can get to it.
  • Marauder Pistol Fixed Stocks – Just like the fixed stocks for the 13XX and 2240 but for the P-Rod. Design is done. Just need to free up printers so that I can get some ready to sell.

Other Buck Rail News

  • I’ve been working to become a reseller for a lot of different companies. One in particular that I’m excited about is UTG Leapers. They make a lot of Made in USA grips, buttstocks, optics, handguards etc. that I’m looking forward to incorporating into our conversion kits. Stay tuned for that.
  • Some other companies that we’re working with are Crosman, Benjamin, Diana, Beeman, and Outerwild Outpost. I plan on offering a lot of bundled kits and products that ought to save folks some money while at the same time improving some of our current offerings.
  • I’ve developed a pretty slick Quick Disconnect suppressor. I’m not sure if that’s something folks would be interested in or why. I designed it more for my own curiosity. Let me know if that’s something y’all are interested in.
  • I’ve started messing around with A2 Carry handles with rear sight and A2 front sight/barrel bands. I made one for the AV Avenger and it worked out quite nicely. It’s been a lot of fun and I could see it being something that folks are interested in. The only problem is that I need to buy the aluminum carry handles and modify them to make them work on many airguns. I need to find a way to do that affordably and I’ll be able to bring those to market.
  • I’ve gotten a small amount of pushback here and there for discontinuing our direct fit suppressors. Let me explain. Many of our direct fit suppressors are long and skinny. This makes them difficult to print reliably in the material we use. Often times I don’t know if something is wrong until the customer lets me know. That’s not ideal. There isn’t a practical way for me to offer these products at these prices and test every single one. I needed to produce a more reliable product, free up resources so that I could make other cool stuff, and remain sane. The solution was to outsource to another Houston, TX based manufacturer who makes high quality polymer parts using HP Multi Jet Fusion technology (something Buck Rail can’t afford). Long skinny suppressors would be cost prohibitive. Shorter adapters not so much. I can have them make a really nice adapter and print the shorter, more reliable, suppressor myself. This frees up a lot of resources in my garage, improves the product (in my opinion), and you’ll still be able to buy the whole suppressor/adapter for less than a machined metal adapter. It’s a win for most folks. I hope that gives some clarity.

Personal News

Our sixth child is due in two weeks y’all. I’ll be radio silent for a bit as I won’t be able to work like I have been. I’m going to try to get as much as I can done before then. I’ll still be cranking out parts, but I won’t be spending much time designing, prototyping, testing, etc. until we get settled in with the new babe!

Thank you all so much for your business and your support! I don’t take it for granted. I’ll keep working hard to earn it!



41 thoughts on “What’s New at Buck Rail? 4/5/2023

  1. I was wondering if you had any plans to make a barrel band for the Gauntlet? I personally have Gen 1 Gauntlets, one is a .177 and the other is a .22.

    If not, do you or anyone else have a recommendation?

    Thank you very much,


    1. Howdy. I do have that on my list of things to do. It will likely be a while before I get to it though. Hajimoto makes good stuff and I know he has a barrel band on offer. His Gauntlet Barrel Band can be found here:

      1. Thank you for your suggestion about Hajimoto’s barrel bands.

        I am looking forward to seeing your new products.

  2. Terry, love your products as I have three suppressors on various rifles and pistols. I would like to put some on a couple of my rifles similar to the QB78 but have a slightly larger barrel diameter. Anything similar to the QB78 design?

    1. Nothing like that yet, but I have gotten a lot of requests for that and need to work something up. Have you checked to see if there is an adapter from DonnyFL?

  3. Thanks for the update Terry, and more importantly, good luck with your new arrival

  4. Congratulations to you and the Mrs, on child number six. You rock dude. Wish you could ship to the Great-White-North.

  5. Thanks for keeping up the good work. You guys are great and I wish you much luck with your new ventures. Paul from Got Iguanas

  6. Thanks so much for all the updates. Its good to know that you are still all in and doing well. Thrilled for you with your upcoming event and I wish you only health and happiness!!

    1. Thank you Sir!

  7. Terry, Did you get the comment I had given to Chris about the AirForce Suppressor? The in-muzzle end seems to be a little short. In my Condor (being run on a med pressure) the suppressor is wanting to back out. I took one of mine (I bought two from you) and super glued one of the baffles from an AF baffle kit. So far so good

    1. Yes I did. It works for most folks. I’m sure it’s just a matter of tolerances on the hole location. I designed it for my own TalonP and it butts up very nicely with no play. Can’t find the order for the second one. Reach out to Chris with order details and he’ll get you a refund.

      1. Nope, you can’t have it back. 🙂 I really..really like these items you’ve been making. When I bought the first one, it was stated for a .177 and .22, which I thought was odd, because the Talon P are a .25. That’s why I got the other one for .25. The .177/.22 I’ll use with my Talon SS and their 12″ barrels, and the .25 cal one (now with the extention), I’ll use with my 18″ barrels. ps. on a personal note; I’m USAF 72-78 Munitions Maintence

        1. Got it. Thank you.

          Very cool. I was Air Force as well, but 30 years later! In-Flight Refueler, KC-135, 08-12

  8. Congrats on the new babe. We have 13 grand-kids now, and counting. I too was a veteran in Vietnam and lost my rt. leg in a mortar attack in 69′ Thanks for your service too.

    1. And thank you Gary!

      I hope to have a ton of grandkids myself one day.

  9. Hey Terry, good to hear about the progress and new cracker cruncher addition to your family!
    I have my first blood grand baby – son on the way. 🙏💪
    Concerning the quick disconnect suppressor. I haven’t looked at yours yet, however, just saw one made by another creator. I very much like the idea. If it’s similar to the one I saw, the user doesn’t need to concern themselves with indexing suppressor after removal for packing or cleaning, whatever ye reason for removing. The suppressor will always be indexed the same. I think that’s a big plus.

    1. Thank you Lee! That’s a good point. Mine can be indexed in four different clock positions. That’s something I didn’t consider. Seems like that could work well for suppressors with front sight posts as well.

  10. Hello! I love your site and products. I will be getting a new stock soon for my 2240. I’m so happy with my 1377 upgrades. Congratulations on the birth of your child and have a happy Easter.

    1. Thank you Sir! And Happy Easter to you as well.

  11. Congratulations on your 6th child, looking forward to checking out all the new stuff on social media

    1. Thank you Eugene!

  12. Congratulations on your new member of the family!
    All the best.

    1. Thank you very much!

  13. Hi,
    I was just wondering, any plans on maybe doing some cool mods for Armada? You do work with Benjamin and Crosman pretty well. Lord knows my 1322 is awesome because of Buck Rail. Thanks,

    1. Thank you very much. I do plan on making parts for the Benjamin Marauder Rifle that would be compatible with the Armada. I have it mind to make mag holders for the Benjamin mags too.

  14. Terry , it’s really terrific seeing your company grow and thrive and somehow you make us all feel like we are part of it , it’s the personability you project that makes people want to see you succeed. I’ve bought several products and the stock kit for my Icon is my absolute favorite it makes the gun go from a fun starter pcp to a formidable higher end feeling riffle , then the stocks for the 2240 13xx guns arw great, never regretted a single purchase from Buckrail-line

    1. Thank you very much Jason. I appreciate you. Y’all are, no doubt, a BIG part of it!

  15. Hi Terry, how can I get one of those .177 Diana Chaser Tactical weapons that you’re repackaging for sale at a unbelievable price?

    1. I’m working on those. I’ll probably put an announcement out in a newsletter when they’re available. Im hoping to have them listed before babe comes.🤞

      1. Thank you Mr. Terry, congratulations on the new addition to your family enjoy every moment. Have a Happy Easter and thanks for all the accessories that you provide love your work👍

  16. Thank you for the updates.I will be logging in soon with another purchase.🇺🇸

    1. Awesome. Thank YOU!

  17. I’m looking for adapter and suppressor for Beeman sportsman dual caliber 177/22.

    1. I don’t make anything specifically for that airgun yet. You may be able to make our QB78 suppressor work if the barrel is close to either 14mm or 15mm. If you try it and it doesn’t work out just let us know and we’ll take care of you!

  18. Congratulations on the baby.
    All I can say is wow, you guys have been busy putting new products tonthe market. Thanks for the update and hope to be picking up some new merch. I can appreciate the hard work you guys put in, I work in the machining industry myself for automotive parts and its always busy. Keep up the great work and enjoy the new addition 👍.

    1. Very cool, i’m a machinist/designer by trade as well. Thank you Angel!

  19. Awesome stuff!!!
    Congrats and keep the buck rail jewels coming.

    1. Thank you thank you. That’s the plan!

  20. Thank you for the update Terry. Your new line of products sound great! You are a busy man.
    Congratulations on your sixth child!

    1. Thank you very much!

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