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falcon FN19 pressure gauge.

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by sharpshooterpete, May 4, 2014.

  1. sharpshooterpete

    sharpshooterpete Donator

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    I got myself a Falcon FN19 a few weeks ago because I've always fancied one. The most annoying thing about it is that is has no pressure gauge!

    Are any available for it or has anyone had one made for it?
    Ive had a look myself and not found much to be honest.

    cheers all,
    pete.
     
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    Sorry, but I can't help with your question except with another question. Why do you need a pressure gauge on the gun? I'm not being provocative but as I've never owned a pcp with a gauge I just wondered what advantages they offered?
     
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    Tells you when you're running out of air pressure.

    Dave
     
  4. sharpshooterpete

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    The main reason i want it is just to have an idea of when i need re-charge it instead of having to try and guess/remember my shot count.

    Pete.
     
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    Have a look on the falcon owners club,helpful set of lads on there,very knowledgeable.The cost could be a little prohibitive unless it is a keeper.Also A&M gunsmiths do aftermarket gauges,again not cheap.
    andy.
     
  6. sharpshooterpete

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    Thanks for the info Andy. I'd say this one is a keeper so it would be a worthy investment for me :)

    pete.
     
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    Well I kinda guessed that, but as someone who judges the amount of air left by the pellet drop, I was wondering if a gauge was significantly advantageous?
     
  8. sharpshooterpete

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    I'd like to fill up jut before I start getting pellet drop, having a gauge I would know roughly when that starts to happen.
     
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    Falconownersforum it's great on there.i just got rid if 2 fn 19s great guns
     
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    I had a Falcon FN12, I knew that it would give me 29 shots before pressure dropped, so I made a pellet strip from an old piece of drum silencer padding that held 25 pellets. Used a full strip, refilled the gun! That way I always knew where I was with regard to shots fired/fill status.
     

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