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Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by ManxAirGunner, Jun 25, 2012.

  1. ManxAirGunner

    ManxAirGunner Busy Member

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    Hi can anyone tell me if an air line comes with this gun? I'm picking up a bottle tomorrow, and obviously need the piping to fill the rifle when i get it on Sat :)
     
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    No, it will just come with a full adaptor :)
     
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    Thanks, I'm a complete noob to PCP and air systems/bottles altogether.

    Do you know if the bottle comes with the required tubing or do I need to buy separately along with a regulator?

    cheers mate
     
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    Is the bottle new or second hand? If second hand it may come with one. If its new you will probably have to buy it
     
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    I think it'll be 2nd hand mate, from the local brewery - but i'll have it filled at the diving center (they don't have any spare bottles). £22 for 3 litre - bargain
     
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    Are you sure it's an air bottle and not a CO2 bottle if it's from a brewery?
     
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    Is there a difference? Either way, it'll be emptied and filled with air from a divers shop?

    cheers
     
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    Yeah there's a huge difference. The dive centre will not put air in a co2 bottle. Besides your wouldn't get enough pressure in there anyway, they won't be pressure rated anywhere near that of air bottles
     
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    Ok cool mate, thanks for that - almost made a big mistake there. I'll see what I can do about obtaining a bottle - it's a little difficult living on the Isle of Man!

    cheers
    Jason
     
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    Massive difference! CO2 on a good warm day is around 850psi, bottles for PCP air rifles are filled to over 4000psi!
     
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    Lots of companies do mail order. A new 300bar 3litre will cost about £140 delivered to your door. And this will have the gauge, valve, hose and everything with it...Or you can often pick them up second hand for about £80 and again have it posted to you
     
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    Cheers all, managed to pick up a 230 bar 3 litre for £40 - not hoses/regulator though - good enough deal?
     
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    ummm, not really if im honest. you have to buy the gauge and all that now which will probably be about £50
    whats the date on the bottle? if its out of test and has no gauge n hose and with it beng a 232 bar it would be worth pretty much nothing. if its got plenty of test left then its not too bad i suppose. if you get a new test and a guage n hose it will be worth about £60-80. if it was 300bar it would be worth £80-100
    a test will be about £30 btw
     
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    try the dive shop sometimes have s/h? and ask brewery what type of bottle it was used for, like others say if co2 a no no,
     

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