Axsor 3-Stage Hand Pump, For Sam Yang 909 Big Bore reviews - page 1

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Overall rating:5.0

Value for money:4.0

By Peter from USA on 2008-07-01 12:25:56

Things I liked: Works well. Makes me completely independent. The gauge is accurate. I have even used it to pressurize a small scuba pony tank (6 cu. ft.) - though I had to take that in stages

Things I would have changed: A longer hose would be helpful, though the standard hose works fine

What others should know: The video is helpful, especially the reminder to pause at the top and bottom of each stroke. It is a bit more time consuming but it guarantees a full pump. The pause may be as long as 3 seconds when approaching full pressure.

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Overall rating:1.0

Value for money:1.0

By Drew from USA on 2008-09-13 20:26:07

Things I liked: It did work about 3 times....

Things I would have changed: The price is way to high for a pump. Mechanically you'll find more stability in a house of cards.

What others should know: Buy a scuba tank. Its a headache and a thousand calls to customer service.

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    By Jaymo from USA on 2008-12-06
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    Things I liked: It works. It's not anywhere as near as hard as some make it out to be. It's great exercise.

    Things I would have changed: The hose should be longer. It should come with a dessicant type water separator, in addition to the sump type that's built in.

    What others should know: I normally use my scuba tank to put 1/2 to 2/3 of the air into the reservoirs of my B50 and 909 light hunter. Then I use the pump to finish the job. A tankful of air lasts longer, and it's quicker and easier than pumping from zero. I also use it to pump my QB78 up to 1,000-1,100 psi, using a bulk fill adapter and a female QD fitting on the pump hose. This is the normal pressure for CO2 at around 95 degrees Fahrenheit. I get about 10 good shots before POI starts to drop off. It takes 20-21 strokes of the pump to get pressure from zero to 1,100 psi. More convenient than shooting my multi pump pneumatics, and it works better in cold weather than CO2..

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    By Drew from USA on 2008-09-13
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    Things I liked: It did work about 3 times....

    Things I would have changed: The price is way to high for a pump. Mechanically you'll find more stability in a house of cards.

    What others should know: Buy a scuba tank. Its a headache and a thousand calls to customer service.

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    By Peter from USA on 2008-07-01
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    Things I liked: Works well. Makes me completely independent. The gauge is accurate. I have even used it to pressurize a small scuba pony tank (6 cu. ft.) - though I had to take that in stages

    Things I would have changed: A longer hose would be helpful, though the standard hose works fine

    What others should know: The video is helpful, especially the reminder to pause at the top and bottom of each stroke. It is a bit more time consuming but it guarantees a full pump. The pause may be as long as 3 seconds when approaching full pressure.

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