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After filling this can I fill a Benjamin Armada with this Tank
How can I adjust the hammer spring tension or replace with a higher spring rate. And are there any other modifications I can do,I.e. valves,seals etc. and does anyone sell kits? I too purchased an air Venturi tank and want max FPS.
Max FPS out of what?
Just got this tank and put around 500 pellets through it and the fps seems alot lower then using an 90 gram co2. Is this to be expected.
You may see a little drop off in velocity compared to warm weather performance of CO2, but you should see generally tighter velocity strings comparing the first mag to the last.
How many shots should I expect to get from a full tank through an MPX?
I would like to buy a pump to supply the tnanque. What pump can I buy to supply this tank?
What adapter do I need to fill this with the Hill Mark 4 hand air pump?
if you modify the stock on a Hammerli 850 will the hpa conversion fit.
Haven't attempted it, but I have seen similarly sized bottles used in converting the 850
Is the only obstacle with this fitting on a Hammerli 850 the space. If the stock is modified will this function properly or are there any technical changes need?
That depends on what kind of performance you are looking to get. More power than the stock CO2 might require valve, plenum, hammer and hammer spring tension changes.
Can you use this for an evanix Rex p?
How do you refill these tanks?
You can use a high pressure hand pump or a larger capacity air cylinder. It fills via the male quick disconnect fitting at the neck of the bottle
Can i pump air into the tank while it's connected to a gun?
should i disconnect this from my sig mcx when im done shooting?
It can't hurt, but you don't have to. It will not cause any harm leaving it attached to the gun
How long (or how many pumps) from an Air Venturi hand pump does it take to fill this tank to 3,000 psi?
It's about the same size as the Benjamin Marauder cylinder, right about 213 cc (Marauder is 215). You could likely fill in 5-7 minutes with a steady pace.
Can this be filled with a benjamin hand pump?
What would be needed to mate this with a fake CO2 cartridge type HPA adapter conversion (common method to convert Crosman CO2 rifles to HPA)?
Hello, will this work on a Hammerli 850 that curently uses 88g CO2?
No, it will not within the stock space provided because of the quick fill.
Could this be used on the Crosman QB78S with an adapter?
If you had the appropriate adapter, yes
If you do this conversion you might also need to increase the hammer spring pressure to get the full benefit of 1100psi. Otherwise your fps might actually go down with the higher pressure because your airgun hammer cannot strike the valve hard enough at 1100 psi backpressure.
Is the adapter sold separately?
Can this tank be filled with my pcp hand pump?
So, since it won't really increase velocity on mcx, would a tank without a regulator (which is like $60 cheaper) will bd a better fit?
No bad idea. Co2 guns are not manufacturered to take 3000psi inside the valve
Will this work for the crosman AS2250, (king ratcatcher)?
Is the regulator adjustable (2000 psi or more) ?
Is 1100 PSI too much for the Sig Sauer MCX
The 1,800psi burst valve is to proctect the gun and user in case the regulator (1,100 output) fails. Is what the manual says. :-)
88/90 gram Co2 disposable tanks should have 700psi in them when new
This tank has 2 burst valves ,one set for 5000 psi and another for 1800psi . If you exceed 1800 psi the burst valve ruptures and all pressure in tank is released and it cannot be refilled or hold any pressure until a new Burst valve is installed.
No it can be filled to 3000psi per description.
Can i use this to fill my Sam Yang 909 light hunter
Will this work with the SIG Sauer MCX CO2 Rifle
Can I fill this with a small air compressor?
Not unless your compressor has an output capability of 3000 psi
I have the sig MCX. What will one of these tanks to the FPS on. .177?
About the same as with CO2. High 400's in my testing.
Will this tank work on a Talon Pistol? thanks in advance.
No, it will not.