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AirForce Spin-Loc Hi-Flo Air Tank, Fits .22 & .25 AirForce Condor Rifles

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AirForce Spin-Loc Hi-Flo

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PY-A-4126

$237.95

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  • Spin-Loc Hi-Flo air tank
  • Connects to AirForce Condor rifles without having to remove the tank from the gun
  • Built-in manometer (air pressure gauge)
  • Uses standard quick-disconnect fittings
  • Can be used only with compressed air or dry nitrogen gas
  • Does not fit older models of guns unless they have been retrofitted* to accept the new tank
  • 490cc


Does not fit .177 or .20-caliber guns. Use ONLY for .22- and .25-caliber Condors.

The Spin-Loc air tank makes it much easier for you to refill your tank since you won't have to remove it from your gun. Plus, switching to commonly used quick-disconnect fittings simplifies the whole process. The onboard pressure gauge lets you monitor how much air is left in the tank. No more guessing!

*To retrofit your gun to accept the Spin-Loc standard tank, send it to AirForce Airguns.




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Item Code: AFU2085 [PY-A-4126]

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By David from USA on 2019-02-17
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Things I liked: Ease of use

Things I would have changed: Gauge failed, blew the plastic cap and leaks all the air out within seconds.

What others should know: Nice air rifle but be prepared to make a significant investment and hope the tank pressure gauge does not fail.

 

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By Charles from USA on 2018-04-16
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Things I liked: Power and accuracy

Things I would have changed: Bottle exchange is difficult

 

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By Billy from USA on 2018-03-26
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Things I liked: Works as expected. Put it on the Condor without difficulty and my problem was solved.

Things I would have changed: price?

 

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  • Ron from USA asked:

    Tyler: Thank you for the clarification on the previous question. Would a heavier hammer be necessary or advantageous with the new tank/valve? Also, would there be any adverse issues to using the Hi-flow tank with the current 12in barrel and if so, would the ring loc kit address those adequately? Thanks!

    • Ron from USA asked:

      Tyler, Chime in please, Have a .25 TalonP with standard spin lock tank. Want to upgrade to a .25 24in barrel. Would like to increase shot count and upgrade this to a . 490cc hi-flo tank. Too many contradictions on these threads say it will or wont work. If it does not, then what do I need to make it work or what other configuration will work for a larger tank? Ive seen people putting larger tanks on their TalonPs. Is there a valve that needs to be switched out? All can reply to this but please, only if you know by direct knowledge or personal experience. Thanks!

      • Tyler from USA:

        Yes, you can put the longer barrel on without issue, and this Hi-Flo tank is the correct tank to fit your spin loc Talon P. You may also want to get the ring loc kit in addition since the hi-flo tank comes with the largest valve orifice, and you may want to throttle it back depending on what kind of ammo you're using or how you prefer to tune the gun.

    • RAY from USA asked:

      I have a problem with my Airforce tanks. It seems they start leaking air out when I start filling them and I can't get them up to the 3,000 lbs. psi. Can I rebuild these and get them to stop leaking? The last tank I bought did not last long at all. THANK YOU: RAY

      • Mark from USA:

        Air Force rebuilds the air tanks. You send the tanks to them.

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