Air Venturi carbon fiber tank with high-output regulator.
Use this Air Venturi tank for airguns only. It should not be used for filling paintball guns.
Neck of the carbon fiber tank and high-output regulator.
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This high-pressure tank must be filled through the male quick-disconnect on the neck. Before buying, please contact your local air supplier to see if they can fill this tank. Paintball stores may be able to fill your tank, so you may be able to find a fill source through them.
Fill 'er up! This handy carbon fiber tank is small enough to tote around in the field in a backpack while hunting or eliminating pests. Easily fill your air rifles and pistols with the easy on/off quick-disconnect coupling.
If you shoot field target, this could take the place of a buddy bottle. Since it's filled to a pressure of 4,500 psi, you'll get a lot more refills to your 2,900 psi PCP rifle than you would with a buddy bottle. More refills, less hassles, no pumps, no heavy tanks -- it has everything going for it!
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Things I liked: The built in regulator is nice you don't have to worry about overfilling. Compact slides in back pack easily
Things I would have changed: Better valve control knobs or threads mine stripped on open close valve. I would have set screw on the knob to help from over tightening and stripping the threads
What others should know: I only get 5 full fills on my wing shot 2 so if you have a bigger caliber gun may want to look into the bigger tanks.
Things I liked: I like the size, easy to take along, or in a backpack
Things I would have changed: I think if you pay full price, it should come filled, and tested.
What others should know: no leaks, Have not used it much yet.
Things I liked: At is small easy to pick and carry
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: No
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I thought most refill the 3000 psi rifles by using the pressure gauge on the CF tank since it is regarded to be more accurate than the one on the rifle. my 88 cubic inch Air Ventura CF tank has a regulator that won't let the rifle fill over 2900 psi. which I like, but the pressure gauge seems to only measure the pressure in the tank and will not go down to 0 when the line is bleed. Is this normal I thought the tank pressure gauge would measure the psi of the rifles storage system. I have been wondering if this tank guage is stuck?
I have an air Venturi 88 cu ft CF tank that is almost 4 years old. I have looked the tank over several times and I cannot find a manufacture date. Where is the date supposed to be. Thanks in advance
There should be a white ring around the tank. There will be two or three columns within that white ring that have printed information on them. Typically, the left hand column of info at the very bottom there will be a month and year, it will have a symbol in the middle of them. For Example, it will say 01 (symbol) 14, to signify January of 2014. If you still can't find it, take it to a dive shop or fire dept. and they will be able to find it for you.
If it regulates at 2900 and most guns i'm interested in fill to 3000 PSI, how do I fill them? Would i top off with a hand pump?
You don't need to fill the gun to exactly 3000 psi. The tank holds 4500 psi, it regulates the output at 2900 +/-.
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