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    Benjamin Carbon Fiber Tank, 90 cu in, Gauge, Hose w/Female Quick-Disconnect

     
    Benjamin Carbon Fiber Tank, 90 cu in, Gauge, Hose w/Female Quick-Disconnect

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    SKU PY-A-4203

    $399.99

    List Price $450.00 Save $50.01 (11%)

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    • Description
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    • Benjamin carbon fiber tank
    • 90 cu in capacity
    • 4,500 psi max pressure
    • 15" long
    • 12" microbore hose with female quick-disconnect
    • Built-in air pressure gauge (manometer)
    • Bleed valve
    • Restricted-flow manifold for controlled, precise filling
    • Lightweight, easier to transport than a metal scuba tank
    • 14.375" overall length (to the top of the valve knob (just the tank is 11" long)*
    • 4.375" diameter*
    • 4.6 lbs.
    • DOT-SP 11194

    Have you resorted to carrying a steel or aluminum buddy bottle to refill your PCP air guns in the field? You'll get even more refills from this carbon fiber tank since it's 4,500 psi. Plus, it doesn't weigh as much. Depending on the size of your airgun's onboard reservoir, you could get up to 16 fills before you have to refill this tank.

    *Crosman states the overall length is exactly 15" and the diameter is exactly 4".


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    Item Code: Benj-81001 [PY-A-4203]

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    Overall rating:4.0 4.0

    Value for money:3.0 3.0

      By Paul from USA on 2014-08-10
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    Things I liked:well made and solid
    Things I would have changed:lower price
    What others should know:not intended to be main fill tank to small , fits in back pack for hunting or maybe shooting a field match , excellent for portability, paint ball shops will fill with male to male adapter

    Overall rating:5.0 5.0

    Value for money:3.0 3.0

      By Sergio from USA on 2014-06-28
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    Things I liked:Very small and ist's not heavy. Fits a lot of pressure, and very portable. Ready to go.
    Things I would have changed:Nothing.
    What others should know:Its a little expensive.

    Overall rating:4.0 4.0

    Value for money:3.0 3.0

      By PaperPuncher from USA on 2013-08-02
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    Things I liked:The capacity is just right for a day of shooting with my .25 Marauder.
    Things I would have changed:A tank pressure gauge would be nice. The existing gauge only shows preseure in the line. The vent knob could be a little larger diameter for better grip. The shell scratches easily. A carry handle of some sort would be nice. Strain relief on both ends of the hose would also help prevent wear and kinks. It seems a little expensive for what you get.
    What others should know:The tank provides enough air for about 150 consistent from my stock tuned .25 Marauder in the 2k-3kpsi range.
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    • James from USA asked:

      Is the output regulated? If so, what is the setting and is the actual output +/- 10% of that setting?

      • Nicholas from USA:

        No. You open the valve and receive the full pressure from within the tank.

    • David from USA asked:

      Can a hand pump fill this?

      • Nicholas from USA:

        No. It would take too much effort, and put too much demand on a hand pump.

    • james from USA asked:

      How do I fill the tank can a fire department fill it or weldshop

      • Val from USA:

        Yes, many of them can, but you need to check with the ones nearby first.

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