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Axsor Gemini Pressure Check

Discussion in 'Technical' started by chewyd99, Jan 11, 2019.

  1. chewyd99

    chewyd99 Engaging Member

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    Can you buy a small gauge to carry around to check pressure in rifle as has no gauge on gun


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    Not really you can't just plug in a gauge to a high pressure cylinder even if there was another access other than the filling valve. Only way is to hook up a filling cylinder and read it's gauge.
     
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    i just fill mine to 180bar and i get around 70 shots (.22)then i top back up.

    gauges are handy but not essential, if you can count your pellets out into batches of 70 for example then when your out you know you need to top up.

    i like my Axsor gemini very much it is very very accurate

    heres my latest at 30yrds only 3 shots, usually do five but only had 3 shots left from my batch of pellets.

    yours a single or twin shot and what calibre?[​IMG]

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    Mine is a single shot in .22[​IMG]


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    Is it difficult to convert to twin or multi shot?


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    nice!

    does yours look like this on the otherside? 20190111_171329.jpg

    this is the 2 shot shuttle system

    theres not a great deal about these gun online and i have struggled to find strip down guides.

    theres a lot on the logun gemini and webley fx2000, there very very similar but not identical.

    your stock is differnt to mine, the rake on your pistol grip is much better than mine, mine has a Schnabel style forend where as yours is more flat then rounded.

    i wonder if they ever made any gemini's with a gauge like the fx2000 and logun counterpart.

    you can get a regulator for the Gemini but not sure if you can get a gauge for the cylinder end.

    heres mine, best £170 i have ever spent
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  7. chewyd99

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    Really nice gun looking forward to playing with mine, got mine for £240 with Hawke scope


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    Do you know if the seals are expensive and do you recommend any pellets for the axsor


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    Also apparently easy to turn up or down if needed


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  10. lone wolf

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    mines loving jsb jumbo rs in 5.52.

    seals will be cheap as chips so dont worry about that.

    as for turning them up i don't know how to without stripping them down, mines a tad low on power 9.75 ft/lb so needs sorting.


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    The gentlemen which had it befor me said it’s a adjustable Alan key at back of air cylinder


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    Turn and chrono and so one...


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