Date: 14/12/2018 20:1
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Customers Q&A on AirForce Spin-Loc Hi-Flo Air Tank, Fits .22 & .25 AirForce Condor Rifles

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  • Zodingliana from India asked:

    will this air tank valve fitting fits the new ring loc valve system

    • Robert from USA asked:

      Will the new ring lock valve kit fit this tank?

      • cee from USA asked:

        Will it work on old AirForce Condor Rifles

        • Tyler from USA:

          No, only rifles with the spin loc system. Give AF a call, I believe they can update your rifle to the spin loc style for a fee if you want.

      • Francisco from USA asked:

        What is the volume of this tank?

        • Tyler from USA:

          490cc

      • Paul from USA asked:

        What is the fill pressure of this tank?

        • Robert from USA:

          3000 psi

      • rodrigo from USA asked:

        This tank serves the Escape?

        • Stanley from USA:

          Definitely .

      • rodrigo from USA asked:

        Can I put this 490 tank in a Escape rifle?

        • Stanley from USA:

          Absolutely .

      • Quartermayne from USA asked:

        I purchased a Talon and have since added the 18" Walther barrel and Condor shroud (I know I should have just bought a Condor!). Can I put this bottle on my Talon to get more shots and possibly more power? My current bottle has a special wrench that is needed to spin the nut that connects it to the rifle. Thank You!

        • daniel from USA:

          Yes it will fit the spin lock talon frame.

      • VITO from USA asked:

        This tank serves the AirForce Texan ..?

        • Tyler from USA:

          No. You would have to contact Airforce for a Texan tank. The valve is different.

      • Big Shady from USA asked:

        What size is the tank? 360cc is my best guess

        • Stanley from USA:

          490 cc's.

      • max from USA asked:

        Will this fit the TalonP

        • Stanley from USA:

          As long as it has been retrofitted to accept Spin-Loc.

      • Geno from USA asked:

        Will this tank fit on the escape

        • Greg (PA SALES) from USA:

          It will fit but the valve or the top hat is not the same so your power may be less. I would call Airforce for more details 877-247-4867.

      • jeya from India asked:

        having .177.ifinstalling 24" .22 barrel and changed into the high flow(.20,22,25) tank.will it work properelly

        • Robert from USA:

          My understanding is yes. You can use the tank from your 177 condor with any caliber barrel, though with the higher caliber barrels the tank will produce slightly lower velocities. For maximum power, switch out your 177 condor tank with this one. You cannot do the reverse, however. Using this tank with a 177 barrel will supposedly drain your tank.

        • Big Shady from USA:

          Valve's must be matched to caliber of barrel. You need .22 valve setup when upgrading to .22 barrel. yes this tank is correct for .22 caliber upgrade.

        • Cory from USA:

          No, this tank is designed for .20, .22 and .25 caliber.

      • Gary from USA asked:

        Will this fit the Talon SS Rifle?

        • Aaron from USA:

          Yes, I received a response from Air Force Air Rifles: Hi Aaron, Thank you for your inquiry. Yes, the TalonSS can be converted to Condor strength by replacing with a 24” barrel, hi-flo air tank and installing extra striker weight. Our TalonSS in .25 caliber increases the knock down power with the same 30 to 50 shots with full charge at high power. That’s ideal for small game hunting. The answer given to you by Pyramyd Air, was this communicated to you by phone or chat? Your answer is valuable and will help us to better inform their staff. Sincerely, Rachel Gonzales Auto-Numatic Corp. Retail Products Division AirForce Airguns 1-877-247-4867 BKL Technologies 1-877-255-2001 AirForce International 1-817-247-4867 PO Box 2478 Fort Worth, TX 76113 Fax 817-451-1613 www.airforceairguns.com

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