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Question King ratty price?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by ovy4213, Apr 15, 2014.

  1. ovy4213

    ovy4213 Pro Poster

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    I am going to sell my king ratty soon as I never use it.
    Its quite rough but complete, it was leaking so I replaced all the seals including replacing the valve stem and seal but have never tested to see if it seals properly since. It comes with a 88g to HPA bottle adapter, and a rap4 on off valve with pressure gauge and bursting disk.
    It is also fitted with a GMAC extended hollow probe and flat head screw to replace the tiny annoying Allen head screw that holds the breech in place.
    So all this considered what's it worth?
     
  2. ovy4213

    ovy4213 Pro Poster

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    Bump please. Can't sell it if I don't know its price :D
     
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    How much was it new Chris?
     
  4. Ganton Gunner

    Ganton Gunner Super Duper Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    the gun I would say about £120 the co2-hpa adapter £10 and if the rap4 valve with gauge is the 1 that screws into a bottle it is only any use to someone with the right bottle and no valve in it ;)

    HTH
     
  5. ovy4213

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    Thanks for that, the rap4 valve is the one where is has the HPA bottle threads male and female ends, so basically it screws into the co2/HPA adapter, and then the bottle screws into the valve, allowing the bottle to be turned off so it can be unscrewed safely and waste less air. Also means you have 2 bursting disks and due to the second pressure gauge you can set up the bottles regulator to what pressure you want. Its actually quite nifty.
    Not sure on their new price, mine was £90 gun only when I got it second hand.
     

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