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Good Place To Buy Dive Bottles

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by mulletman6, Mar 15, 2019.

  1. mulletman6

    mulletman6 Keyboard Hero

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    It’s about time I got a dive bottle, but I don’t know where’s best to get one.

    It Doesn’t need to be very big - a 1.5L or 3L would be fine

    Where’s the best/cheapest place online to buy one with a whip?

    Thank you
     
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    Have you tried RONNIESUNSHINES?
    I got mine from them, they deliver to your door.

    Good luck.

    Janger
     
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    Godive is usually quoted as a good place.

    If you want small then I can thoroughly recommend the best fittings "weekender" or their 3L carbon. Both not particularly cheap (or expensive) for what they are but they work really well and the gauges are nice to use and accurate (I've found).
     
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    I'd advise rethinking the bottle size. The smaller bottles are ok for a range or field backup.
    You're likely to be charged the same to fill up a 3l bottle as you would for a 7 or 12l. If I had a 3l bottle it would cost me a fortune in refills and I'm not one for pumping hundreds of shots downrange at a club either.
    Also make sure you get a 300 bar bottle. A couple of top ups from a 232 bar bottle and you'll be needing it refilled again.
     
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    Go dive is usually quite good, but they often come up S/H - I’m sure there’s one in sales at the mo?
     
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    Just had a quick look and seem to be reasonably priced. They do say they regularly get second hand cylinders but reccomend you phone them to find out.
     
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    McAvoy gunshop online is the cheapest at the mo ive seen. They are doing 3l, 5l or,7l 300bar bottles all for the same price of £150. I would go for the 5l or 7l if i were you. Anything smaller and i think you will regret it. It would need charging quite frequently. The 7l while its that price is a bargain.
     
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    Why not go for a compressor?! Same sort of money to a small bottle never runs out of air.
     
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    I have used a 232bar. For years and works spot on for me .my last bottle is 232bar and a big 15lt bottle only getshows topped up twice a year and I do a lot of shooting..hope this helps. Bob.
     
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    Gaz2121 Gazza

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    I got mine from Uttings really good service. My dive shop only charge £3 for a fill regardless of size.
     
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    Marky-Boy Just The Two + 1

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    Ditto
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    And if your feeling rich find one of these bad boys
     
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    Thank you all

    It’s to fill a Leshiy which is why I didn’t think I needed a large bottle, but if a larger bottle will be better then I’ll get one :)
     
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    False economy to buy a silly little bottle ...you will be forever travelling to get it refilled....you might only have 1 PCP to fill (this week ;)) ..... I bought a 5ltr to fill my Pulsar ...than added a Red Wolf and then an Impact and then and then and then.........I JUST CANT STOP!!!!.......PLEASE SOMEBODY HELP ME :eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek:
     
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    I’ve got an Impact as well, but that holds a lot more air ;)
     
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    The Leshiy is capable of taking a 300bar fill. I got around 55 shots with mine from a 250 bar fill.
    You definitely need a 300 bar cylinder with the Leshiy. A 232 will compromise your shot count.
     
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    Anyone got a link for these. If they are that cheap I'll get one
     
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    Around about £600
     
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