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Pump or Air Cylinder?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by ukstevengill, Jan 23, 2007.

  1. ukstevengill

    ukstevengill Member

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    I gonna enter the 21st century soon and purchase a pre-charge air rifle. I quite like the pump method of charging but have been told that it take alot of effort. It can't be that hard to charge a S410 can it?

    Any experiences with pump charging would be appreciated.

    Steve
     
  2. pod22

    pod22 Newbie

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    well steve takes me 10 mins to fill my raider (70 shots) but i take a rest after 3/4 mins for 2 reasons 1 to let the pump cool down cause it gets HOT and to catch me breath lol and i find it gets harder towards the end its my 1st pre charge and u think sum one would make a electric pump
     
  3. CHRISJ

    CHRISJ Member

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    I have an FX 2000 Webley and use a pump. To go from 150 bar to 200 bar it take about 80 - 90 pumps and no more than 2 1/2 minutes total pumping time.I stop after about 40 - 50 pumps so the pump cools down.
    I have the Webley pump.
     

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