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Stirrup pump help needed

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by zonk, Sep 13, 2014.

  1. zonk

    zonk Donator

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    I've found myself a Falcon FN19 and now on the look out for a stirrup pump thats well made and at a reasonable price. Anyone suggest one thats worth getting

    PS Also looking for a spare mag too if anyone knows a supplier it would be very helpful
     
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  2. dynarod

    dynarod Engaging Member

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    You could probably get one on here second for £50-£60 if your lucky or i brought a webly accupump for £104 new. they are easy to pump and seem well built. i had a fx stage 3 that
    i paid alot more for but it broke after 2 months and was knackering to use.
     
  3. buffy vampire slayer

    buffy vampire slayer LOW BELLEND THRESHOLD

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    don't bother mate buy a cylinder,pumps kill horses
     
  4. DR2501

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    FX 4stage is best. Has separate stages to make it easier to pump at the end.
     
  5. Clubshot

    Clubshot Clubshot

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    A good Pump with Moisture Trap can cost as much as a New 300 Bar Bottle

    Yes many have the power to pump - But most will admit not being able to Shoot straight after pumping :eek:

    BOB/R
     
  6. fatbob

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    FFS man up I use a pump and can fill an AA s200 then an AA s400 one after the other and I have heart disease, get a grip and stop living on McDonalds & pot noodles :rolleyes:

    Atb
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  7. mattyts

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    I can open a bottle valve while juggling my McDonald's and potnoodles in the other hand :p
     
  8. Honest Bob

    Honest Bob Big Poster

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    Have a Hatsan pump as a back up, for if I run out of air in my cylinder, it works fine, but yes its hard work at my age. Have to sit down and have a cupa to recover, its a good work out thou. And not every one lives near an air tank filling place.
     
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  9. harry brown

    harry brown Banned BANNED

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    It's almost a certainty that you will buy a air cylinder in the near future. I'd give the pump idea a miss. Good luck whatever you choose though.
     
  10. fatbob

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    HeHeHe probably a Yorkshire idea of a balanced diet. Good on you Matt might see you in the cardiac clinic someday :D

    Atb
    Bob
     
  11. rob2278

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    Went from a cylinder to a pump. Couldn't be bothered with paying for air! Takes me about 8 minutes to fill the A&M cylinder on my HW100 from empty. Top up after 4 or 5 mags in a few minutes. I'm no athlete but find it easy. I guess there are alot of very unfit air rifle shooters out there!
     
  12. dynarod

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    I agree. I've got 4 rifles and i don't find it that hard at all to pump them up before i head out hunting. It depends on what you do with you gun though. if your going to be at the range alot
    then it can get tedious repeatedly pumping up your gun. if your just hunting then it's fine as it takes a few minutes just to fill up your gun for a whole hunting trip...pumping up the bottle on
    my superten thats a different ball game...yep that is tiring lol, but last weeks.
     
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    I've got a second hand one going for £40. Problem is I'm Bristol and your Kent lol.
     

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