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3ltr divers bottle and s200 questions

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by GingerAlex, Apr 28, 2014.

  1. GingerAlex

    GingerAlex Busy Member

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    How much do they weigh full?

    What is a guide price for a mk1 s200? Stock is fairly good condition needs to be lightly sanded and stained again though

    As in looking at a s200 at my local rifle range ex club gun .177
     
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    Only prob is my perm is a 30 min cycle from my house, I don't know weather I want to get a bottle or a pump to carry on my back to and from my perm

    Thanks for the reply!
     
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    Just seen that Cloverleaf sold a Mk2 with a silencer,10 shot conversion and scope for £280 so I've lowered my valuation slightly ;)
     
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    £250 seems to be the going price for a bare gun but in decent nick. the fact that you say the stock needs attention will reduce this depending on just how bad it is.
    I would say more like £225/30 for an ex club gun.
    I don't think I would like to cycle far with a cylinder on my back. S200s don't hold much air so a few pumps with a pump should fill it.
    You talk about you permission so I conclude you will be hunting? Just how many rabbits can you carry?
     
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    Yeah I will be hunting, I only ever take 5 or 6 rabbits home as land owner likes some and I can fit in same bag as cylinder, I might just get a pump....


    New question... How long does it take to fill up a s200 with a pump?

    Cheers
     
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    Or any pcp with a pump :D

    Good price for a second hand pump?
     
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    If your on a cycle with the S200 the pump is the way to go. Depending on age it would prob be 60 to 90 second hand.

    no idea on how much to pump up as always used cylinders...

    cheers
    Tim
     
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    My ultra take me only a few minutes to pump. I don't go all out either to prevent the pump getting hot
     
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    It takes me around 5-6 minutes to pump my HW100KT from empty to 200bar. After filling, around 2 mins to fill from 90 back up to 200.
     
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    Just weighed my 3 ltr bottle and its 5.7kg
     
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    That's for the replies so far guys! Kenbarcon could you possibly send me the diamentions of your bottle? And is it a carbon fibre one or the metal type? Cheers!
     
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    Its a Faber, metal bottle, approx 4 inch diameter and 23 inch to top of valve.
     
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    That's brilliant thank you, I will have a look into it online about them, maybe i should just get a tank, they seem to hold their price quite well and for a price of a pump I can get a 3ltr brand new!
     
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    Hi. If you are only taking half a dozen rabbits you should have plenty of air unless you want to plink.
    I get around 48 full power shots out of my 200.
     
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    I do rats, pidgeon, crow, magpies etc too and I like to spend 6/7 hours there at a time
     
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    Hi you could always buy a carbon fibre bottle they are smaller and lighter.
     

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