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charging kit storage

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by deadnick, Jan 6, 2014.

  1. deadnick

    deadnick Active Member

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    Hi guys
    Went out and got my first pcp. Its a gun you might have heard of , a hw 100. A few of you on here have one . Ha ha. Now on with the question , going to look at a charging kit tomorrow 12 litre bottle and all the bits. Now when it comes to storage of the bottle does it have to be kept at room temp or can it be kept anywhere as long as its a clean enviroment. Cheers for your help on this one.
     
  2. scottwood

    scottwood Engaging Member

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    Ya it can be kept anywhere just not in direct sunlight just to be safe. On youtube type in air rifle tank holder and a coiple of people have made some pritty good holders for it to keep it safe and easy to use.

    Very nice gun buy the way, I sell them at work and a lot of people always say they are saving for one.
     
  3. smithys

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    I keep mine in garage strapped to the wall and it sits on a sand bag as if dont have a foot base thing, keep stirrup pump in van as back up.
     
  4. SteveO

    SteveO Top Poster

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    Just be sensible and keep it away from sources of heat, fuel cans or anything that could catch fire and cause it to be a hazard, and most importantly never leave the whip attached if you have kids about, I found out the hard way and now have a stock that looks like Bruce Lee has used it for nun-chuck practice!

    A flailing whip could cause very serious injury!
     

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