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Things I liked: Clean inside, nice tank and valve
Things I would have changed: Rate it for 3400 psi
What others should know: When buying a gun look at pcp hook up and you can select all proper valves, hoses, etc you need.
Things I liked: Excellent quality. After seeing what can happen with a used tank I decided new was the best way to go. To much pressure to cut corners.
Things I would have changed: nothing
What others should know: Plan on securing this tank well. Don't play around safety wise. Don't want it falling around. It can become a missle if the filler neck breaks. And even worse if it the tank ruptures.
Things I liked: If you have a pcp rifle dont get this product, It sucks. If you have an air rifle that has a 3,000 psi fill than you cannot fill this gun even one time. You need a 4500 psi. tank to fill a 3,000 psi rifle. I suggest a carbon fiber small tank so that you can take it out in the field.
Hi. I wish to know what kind of o ring does the k valve use, mine is a little cracked because of some hot storage conditions and it leaks over 160 bar.
How many times would this fill my Benjamin Bulldog .357? And how tall and how wide is it?
the Hydro test is pertaining to the valve, correct ? ....i would like to dig a hole in the ground, with a post hole digger, and cast the tank into concrete, ( cooler, and more capacity ) but i don't know what the pressure rating is on the valve either, higher than 3Kpsi ? or not ?
i am going to answer my own question with another question, well if the rating is 3Kpsi, and then do you have that black aluminum tank that was previously charged to 3Kpsi sitting in the hot sun for a few hours before you use it ? and then how much pressure do you have there now ? so anyway, i am figuring i can go to 4Kpsi if i have the tank in the ground, cast in concrete, and have a steel access plate over the valve....any objections ?