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5-year limited warranty
List Price $299.99 Save $30.00 (10%)
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Estimated in-stock date 07-15-20
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Want the best pump made today? Then there's only one choice: Hill.
According to airgun writer Tom Gaylord, Hill hand pumps are the cream of the crop. They don't break down, they're easy to maintain, they're easy to field-strip and reassemble, and they're reliable. How reliable, you ask? Tom says his Hill pump is still the only one that continues to work -- and he's tested a lot of hand pumps.
The Mk4 version of the pump is super-efficient, because it extracts the maximum amount of air from each stroke. That means you don't have to pump as much. If you just want a pump that works and gives you more value than what you paid, Hill is the only option.
Included in this kit is the tried and true Dry-Pac system that removes up to 90% of the moisture in the air that the pump is taking in. Also included is a female quick disconnect fitting that threads right onto the end of the hose. No more threading on fill probes or needing to purchase an extra fitting, this kit is ready to go!
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Things I liked: so far, great product. Easy assembly,
Things I liked: Very powerful hand pump
Things I would have changed: The base if they can change the material from plastic to metal will be more durable and stronger. The base should be foldable.
Things I liked: It is very well built. It pumps up my pcp air rifles faster than the cheap kind.
Things I would have changed: Nothing so far.
What others should know: If you want a good hand pump you should buy this one. Yea its a work out just like any other but with fewer pumps to fill your pcp. Its better than spending thousands unless you got money to blow.
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My new MK4 gauge reads about 50-70 BAR higher than my new Hatsan Sortie gauge. Any ideas on which one to trust ?
The gauges in pumps are better than the gauges in guns. Trust the pump first.
I have a new Hill Mk4 pump for my Hatsan AT44-QE Long rifle. Occasionally when topping off the pressure reservoir, there is air leaking from the fill port. Is that due to seals on the pump adapter, the check valve in the pressure reservoir, or an over-pressure valve releasing excess pressure?
If the gun holds air overnight it is just residual air in the fill connections.
I have recently purchase a hill pump. But whenever i pump my walther dominator 1250 above 100 bar, there is a leakage in the connection between the end of hose and the adapter. Morever, when i bleed the pump when done, the entire air from the gun cylinder also gets empty. Please help, i am a novice in this area.
First the Walther air cylinder is a 10m style .You do not bleed it. You shut the air off and unscrew the cylinder, The valve is in the cylinder. You will lose a little air and it will seal. You may have a bad oring in the foster connector, Size #010. You can replace it. There is a delrin seal in the male adapter. this could be bad as well. E-mail for a replacement.
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