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By Chris from USA on 2012-12-22 23:12:15

Things I liked: Perfect fit and works very well with my T200.

What others should know: Be aware it is an Air Arms tank not a CZ. This is not the same tank that came with the gun, but fits and refills the same. Still a very good value.

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By George from USA on 2015-11-17 07:41:42

Things I liked: It seemed worth the ten more dollars to purchase an extra/spare tank -- not only lighter and easier than carrying/using a manual pump to replenish air used by shooting, but the gauge -- if watched -- keeps from over-filling; and, most importantly lets one see exactly how much air pressure remains. For both my AA 200 rifles (T200 & S200) I pump/fill to 170 bar. Shooting ~75 - 80 pellets seems to lower pressure to 120 bar -- well over the 60-bar-minimum pressure recommended by Air Arms for these rifles.

Things I would have changed: The brass threaded end is BARE -- not even an el cheapo plastic thread protector is provided, nor could I find one. I definitely would provide a thread cover to not only protect the threads from damage, but to also keep dreaded dust, dirt, and the like far, far, away! (I use a small plastic bag with rubber-band about it; crude, but it works.)

What others should know: These have a finite life! Printed on each cylinder's side is a YEAR -- from what I understand, after five years from printed date, the cylinder either needs hydrostatic testing or disposal/replacement.

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    By George from USA on 2015-11-17
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    Things I liked: It seemed worth the ten more dollars to purchase an extra/spare tank -- not only lighter and easier than carrying/using a manual pump to replenish air used by shooting, but the gauge -- if watched -- keeps from over-filling; and, most importantly lets one see exactly how much air pressure remains. For both my AA 200 rifles (T200 & S200) I pump/fill to 170 bar. Shooting ~75 - 80 pellets seems to lower pressure to 120 bar -- well over the 60-bar-minimum pressure recommended by Air Arms for these rifles.

    Things I would have changed: The brass threaded end is BARE -- not even an el cheapo plastic thread protector is provided, nor could I find one. I definitely would provide a thread cover to not only protect the threads from damage, but to also keep dreaded dust, dirt, and the like far, far, away! (I use a small plastic bag with rubber-band about it; crude, but it works.)

    What others should know: These have a finite life! Printed on each cylinder's side is a YEAR -- from what I understand, after five years from printed date, the cylinder either needs hydrostatic testing or disposal/replacement.

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    By John from USA on 2015-04-21
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    Things I liked: Works just like the yank that came with T200 Rifle.

    Things I would have changed: Don't like the air pressure gage as well as the one that came with the gun. The bar numbers are smaller and closer together making it harder to read.

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    By Chris from USA on 2012-12-22
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    Things I liked: Perfect fit and works very well with my T200.

    What others should know: Be aware it is an Air Arms tank not a CZ. This is not the same tank that came with the gun, but fits and refills the same. Still a very good value.

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