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$300 (yong Heng) Pcp Compressor (up Close Look & Basic Set-up)

Discussion in 'Airgun Reviews' started by www.Air-Gun-Channel.com, Jul 9, 2018.

  1. www.Air-Gun-Channel.com

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    Hey guys, This little $300 Yong Heng PCP compressor in 110 volt turned out to be very high quality. I actually destroyed the compressor BEFORE I was able to start it..but this is 3/4 of an awesome review video. This video shows you this compressor Up Close and tells you everything you need to know to preform the basic set up of your Yong Heng compressor before you use it. I also show you where to buy your Yong Heng. In this video you will also find out why you should ONLY BUY a YONG HENG brand PCP compressor and never the generic Chinese PCP compressors offered online. This video also features an up close look at some Hawke Airmax scopes, the NEW $1000 Weirauch HW44 PCP pistol, and the Ataman AP16 pistol.

    About this compressor: If you shoot PCP at all you really need to get this item. I can't believe I used to go to the Scuba shop and pay $12 a fill. Once you get a pump like this you realize how ridiculous getting your tanks filled a a scuba shop really is!

    Click here to see the YONG HENG (the $300 PCP Compressor) Up-Close Look and Review Video

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    Thanks for watching! -Nate

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    Why post all that ad crap? Many people, including me have been using the yong heng compressor for some time. What is your ultimate aim?
    Spam, genuine information or just a hope that someone subscribes to a channel? You got me lost. Or perhaps I am not used to modern marketing.
     
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    They don't have strict health and safety in US and are not fully tested , unlike we do here in UK
     
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    pjgtech Stay Calm and Carry On....

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    If its 110v, you do realise in the UK we use 240v? can it even be used in the UK?
     
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    You can use 110v in uk . most outside tools run on 110v Just buy one of those yellow inverters
     
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    I use that compressor mate. No problems for over a year. 3 guys i shoot with share one to fill 3 bottles, Ignore the voltage, respect the bar. I work mine 5 minutes on. 5 off. 12 ltr bottle top up no problem.
    By saying ignore the voltage I meant order, what your supply is. Mine is 240. The OP works on his supply. 110
     
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    pjgtech Stay Calm and Carry On....

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    Noted, cheers.... :thumb:
     
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    The 40 mpa compressors may be worth getting . I spoke to a local gunsmith and he used a 30mpa but found upgrading the pump made it way better , So a 40 could be worthwhile
     
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    £3.50 a fill for dive spec filtered dry air. Not sure this will last 100 300 bar bottle fills to get my money back. Plus that is like 10 years worth of shooting for me.
     
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    Take into consideration , the cost of getting to dive centre ( or wherever ) you go to get filled . maybe parking etc . I personally have a 2 hour drive ( 1 hour each way ) and probably £15 in diesel ... Decide if its cost effective . If i filled my 12l bottle 4 times a year . I would definately buy a reputable ( or at least ) a tested one . I know some people think the CE mark or kite mark is crap , but i like to know ,If it is safe ( Yes i know , nothing is really safe )
     
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    I've used one for a while no issues -wouldn't fill a dive cylinder again but most of the guns I fill use 13ci reg'd tanks
    I do have a aftermarket moisture filter on it though that cost me half as much as the compressor though
    I've found most who have slagged them off have never used one or are total f***w*ts who can't be trusted with anything mechanical
     
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    Yeah I have a Omega Supercharger compressor and had to purchase a dry air filter system on that too (another £190 :() Great bit of kit though, quality of compressor is amazing.. gone are the days of having the chew of getting my bottles filled.. Was the price of a top end PCP but worth every penny..
     
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    It doesn't help that (for whatever reason) most people here are hesitant on spending good chunks on what they see as superfluous kit, such as fancy bipod etc) and as such you're often encouraged not to buy such things, but I've also been considering an Omega, although the cheaper one they do. To me it seems like money well spent in the long run. From everything I've read they'll very good quality bits of kit that aren't going to crap out on you any time soon.
     
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    'It doesn't help that (for whatever reason) most people here are hesitant on spending good chunks on what they see as superfluous kit, such as fancy bipod etc)...

    Well id recommend one for sure.. As I say it was expensive but only the price of a high end pcp. I already own 3 rifles and a pistol which I am more than happy with so thought the money would be better spent on a decent compressor.. Never looked back.. Expensive yes but you get what you pay for.. PS Purchased mine through Pellpax..
     
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    I was looking at the Yong Heng 4500psi compressor also.
    I've watched several videos on YouTube ,and am a member of Junkyard Air as well as several other air gun forums.
    From what I understand ,you really need to keep the cooling water cold-most people use ice, and also not to run it longer than 10-15 minutes or so at a time.
    I'm leary of this compressor, due to the cost.
    Air Venturi makes good compressors ,but at $600-$700 US, it's a bit much for me .
    Anyone who has had one for a good while, and can offer thier experience with it, I would like to know how it holds up over time .
     
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    I would much rather spend more money ( of course after I've saved for a while lol) for a good compressor that has a solid reputation, is made well, and not to knock China, but made anywho else other than China.
    China's citizens are taught that it is good to copy things, with no sense of creativity ( communism) or thinking outside of the box ( just what I've learned through researching Chinese culture extensively), and quality control is virtually nonexistent.
    Pump out as much cheaper copies of originals that something else had to design and engineer, and sell for CHEAP CHEAP-MAKE YOU VERY GOOD DEAL ..

    Sent from my SM-G920P using Tapatalk
     
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    I’m still not convinced by these machines I’m afraid
     
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    Me, either.
     
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