Old navy guns had shells and magazines that contained many [dangerous] shells below the turrets. With the new 1000+ Farad Capacitors on the market, would it not be possible to have "Capacitor Shells" that are obviously charged on land/factory and then stored in a magazine? Using this method, the navy ship would not have to divert power to the Railgun. Also, why not create railguns with a gauge that allows you to set the width between them. This would allow the ship to change the size of the shot. Different "capacitor shells" combined with different masses/sizes of ammunition would allow for a very flexible power/speed. Also, it should be possible to reach automatic speeds with the railgun if its using very small bullets and capacitors. ???? The capacitor shells could also be recharged on land.