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Field pcp charging kit.

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Igotknobblies, Feb 28, 2014.

  1. Igotknobblies

    Igotknobblies Engaging Member

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    Using a s/h stabi jacket emergency bottle (ensure in good condition) with 'A' clamp, I've made a field charging kit. No hose means you have to be careful not to put any force on the connectors but on the upside there is little 'dead air space' to waste valuable wind. At 450cc ive worked out if I'm after 180bar from a low of 140 to suit the 'sweet spot, with this charged to 232 bar, I can get 2 full charges and a bit more into my 200cc reservoir. Gun has a gauge so I know when to knock off. Instead of a bleed screw, these bottles have a button that exhausts all the air in one pop. This is probably preferential for the filler non return valve in as much as it is likely to seat better reducing chance of leaks. The rig weighs 1.2kg charged. IGK
     

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    ive seen these for sale online. think it was best fittings.
     
  3. mattyts

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    Your guns gauge is not an accurate way of determining pressure,they are usually out by miles or don't work at all,anyone will advise you not to go from the pressure on the valve of the gun otherwise you won't be consistent at all.
     
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    Air Gun Gauges are fitted as advisory - Always go with what Air bottle States

    Best Fittings has most known accessories for PCP Filling - Your Central On Line Store

    BOB/R
     
  5. Igotknobblies

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    I must be lucky. My airgun gauge showed identical pressure through the range to that on the 'master' gauge. I'm confident that it'll be accurate enough to keep my gun in the sweet spot. I certainly wouldn't trust it if filling to near max fill pressure for safety's sake. Just an observation and thanks for the advice re best fittings. IGK
     
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    Ooh, I have one of these knocking about. I shall have to give that some thought. Thanks!
     
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    Not much clearance between the probe and the bottle. What gun are you filling?
     
  8. mattyts

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    Looks like a BSA gun to me,probe is the same as the Ultras...
     
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    Hatsan also use that probe
     
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    As do Webley :)
     
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    Logan too.
     

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