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2250b co2 bulb advise

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by peterpan, Jun 13, 2014.

  1. peterpan

    peterpan Engaging Member

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    iv got some swiss arms co2 bulbs which have a shoulder shape near the top .iv been using crosman bulbs which are smooth..im all most out of them so before i start using the swiss arms bulbs i want to know if they will be fine and not get stuck .as i had this problem with the 850 air magnum ...thanks pete
     
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    anyone,, please ..nearly out of crosman bulbs cannot put it down..will i have any problems with the different shape necks on the swiss arms bulbs in my rat catcher .i dont fancy a jammed co2 bulb thanks fellas
     
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    yes they will fit had some in my ratty if not sure put 1 next to the crosman 1 if they are the same length they will fit shoulder will not make any difference except in co2 pistols herd some are fussy
     
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    cheers tommy just wanted to make sure cos my last co2 rifle was vice verser the crosman ones got stuck found out i needed the one with shoulders ..cheers again now i know the ratty is not bulb fussy
     
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    if you ever get a bottle stuck in just get a spring loaded centre punch and just push it a couple of times on end of co2 in gun it will shake it loose
     
  6. Clubshot

    Clubshot Clubshot

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    Been using Tyreinflators for years - never have Gun issues

    Food Grade CO2 - fit most known Gun's - Just add a drop of CO2 lube first Bulb of Day

    Used by many in IPAS & PP -

    BOB/R
     
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    :up: No worries....the ratty is not fussy about the caplets at all. I have used virtually type and none have ever caused problems. I do use a lube one every tenth though to keep the seals in good condition.
     

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