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Question bsa ultra

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by sillygarry, Feb 5, 2014.

  1. sillygarry

    sillygarry Posting Addict

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    can you get a different style of filling probe for the ultra as i feel that the o'rings on them are so easy to damage ?:confused:
     
  2. Stevie Darling

    Stevie Darling Sexual tyrannosaurus

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    Don't think you can mate but I could be wrong, only had to change mine twice in 3 years!

    I just put a tiny bit of lube on them, which makes in and out easier:D
     
  3. mattyts

    mattyts Donator

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    No,and there is no reason to...they are tried and tested
     
  4. nobody

    nobody Newbie

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    Had mine for 3 years now and I've used it plenty mate. What I've done is I used an old trick from my Bacho pumper and used natural lip balm for lubrication. Quite thick ya see and fills out whatever small tears ya might have. Microscopic damage is unavoidable.
    Daddy taught me this and it has yet to fail me. Also using it on my other pcps
     
  5. clbarclay

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    I made a cover for my filling probe using an old film canister, with a hole drilled in the cap so it fits on the probes threaded section and the canister just pops off/on to expose/hide it. As well as helping protect the probe from dirt and damage, the canister also holds a bit of silicon grease inside, so its handy for periodically smearing a bit on the probes o rings.
     
  6. El Caro

    El Caro Keyboard Hero

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    Yes. Bowkett does a lightweight inlet valve assembly combined with another more robust quickfill assembly that he used on the one offs he made for Stalker Rifles. I have one on mine and adaptors on my Daystate and AA410 so I can use the same system for all:). Far superior:up:.
     
  7. Lee67

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    Never had any probs withmy scorpion one...a smear of o ring grease every now and then keeps them fine
     
  8. gasman

    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    sounds like you going in dry, sillygarry :rolleyes:
     
  9. Akita177

    Akita177 Sharpen the pikes

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    The main reason i dont like the BSA fill probes me and bro had to change the Orings all the time especialy the first Oring on our Ultra`s probes.
    You can get those white Orings that are tougher.
     

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