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Question dive tanks ?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by talent, Apr 18, 2014.

  1. talent

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    Could anyone recommend a supplier that will do mail order 3ltr tanks ? .... I begrudge paying nigh on £200 for one .
     
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    Have a mooch on the best fittings web site.
    Regards, Stu
     
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    cheers .... didn't know jsr was still going
     
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    Stealthunter.co.uk. For carbon fibre ones. Cheapest i found
     
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    I ordered a . 3 litre and it arrived next day for seven pounds odd postage.
    The only down side is mine was dated 2013/05 and came with an under water din valve.
     
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    hmm ordered one off jsr this morning ...... Plus a couple of other bits . Will have to wait till Tuesday for it though :(
     
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    You might have to wait longer than that with Monday being a bank holiday.
     
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    Will be interesting to see what date is on yours.
     
  11. talent

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    I'll pop over to the local fire station to see if they will fill it for me when it comes
     
  12. Clubshot

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    Checking . and Best fittings

    Best Fittings Show a Air Gun Valve - Five year Test - against Two year Test and a Boot in Price -

    Wth Tests around £40.00 per two years - a better Deal.

    BOB/R
     
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    How many fills would you expect to get from a 3ltr tank?
     
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    Totally depends on What Air Gun / Tanks you are filling -

    I have a 3litre for Field or Range use , Which I top up from my 12 Litre Bottle, So many Variables

    More than a 203/207 12 Litre Bottle - But a fraction of a 7 or 12 Litre bottle

    BOB/R
     
  15. talent

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    between 15 and 17
     
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    This may be a stupid question but assuming the tank is filled to 300bar an your rifle say a HW100 takes 200bar then when the tank drops below 200 are you then not getting the same shot counts? What I mean is, is the tank only usable between 200 & 300bar?
    thanks
     
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    Yea ..... or 175 bar ... once the cylinder and tank are same pressure time to refill the tank .
     

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