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5-year limited warranty
Earn 260 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $299.99, Orig.Price $289.99 Save $30.00 (10%)
as low as $23/month
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: The overall built quality is top-notch. The components are of very high quality, although the plastic base feels a bit cheap compared to the rest of the pump. The operation is very smooth and the pump never went beyond warm when refilling my PCP pistol tank to 200 bars. The dessicant/dehumidifier system seems to be working quite well because in about 10 refills so far I have yet to see any indication of moisture when opening the brass pressure release screw.
Things I would have changed: I would have preferred a slightly larger metal base, to provide more foot coverage as well as to match the rest of the components, however this is only a slight criticism... The base is still constructed of high-quality plastic and it feels pretty stable indoor.
What others should know: Be patient when filling, expect the resistance to built up as you pass 2000 psi (or so) and pause for a couple of seconds on each up and down strokes. Use your knees to let the weight of your body do the work.
Things I liked: It is a lot of work, but it does what it is supposed to do.
Things I would have changed: The plastic base has held up so far. Would have preferred a more substantial metal base.
Things I liked: Better than others hand pumps ...
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: the cost is worth it.
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Will this work for the Hatsan bt65 elite qe
I'm looking to switch my Sig MCX CO2 over to the Air Venturi 3000psi 200 bar pressure tank. Would this pump be a good option for me to use? Thank you!
Yes, as far as pumps go, this would be the best choice.
will this work on the gamo urban or do i need an adapter
If you do not add the female qd to the end of the hose (it comes with this kit) you can screw the fill probe right into the threaded end of the hose. So yes, it can work. If you want to use the QD fitting, put this adapter on the fill probe: Air Venturi Male Quick-Disconnect, 1/8"...
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