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Air Venturi Nomad 4500 PSI Portable Compressor
Please Note: The Nomad is recommended for filling PCP guns only and is not to be used for breathing air.
Break free of SCUBA shops, handpumps, and carbon fiber tanks forever with the Nomad 4500 PSI Portable Compressor from Air Venturi.
Keith Warren, host of High Road Hunting says: "This is one MUST HAVE piece of gear for any outdoorsman that does not want to worry about taking a tank along with them, or trying to find a place to fill it. It’s made me much more at ease to know that wherever I travel, I can rely on the Nomad to keep my guns topped off. Now, I spend more time developing a hunting strategy, rather than on the phone hoping to find a place to gas up my tank."
While shooting at your backyard range, use the Nomad to power your shooting sessions with a standard 110V or 220V wall outlet, but when you want to hit the range, the Nomad's portable nature really comes through. Take it with you and connect it to a standard car battery for fast fills on the run. In as little as 9 minutes, the Nomad can take your average 250cc PCP cylinder from 0-3,000 PSI! With fill times like that, you’re definitely headed for hours of trigger time. Building off of the success of the AV 4500 psi Compressor, the Nomad offers a smaller, more affordable option that is sure to have the attention of experienced PCP users and new shooters alike.
Each portable compressor includes an adjustable automatic shut-off on the gauge to set the ideal fill pressure for your airgun up to 4500 PSI. Also included: a fill hose with an integrated moisture catch, bleed valve, female quick-disconnect fitting, and the necessary power converter.
Roam where you please with the Nomad from Air Venturi. The days of hand-pumping your PCPs are gone for good!
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Things I liked: My Samyang 909s .45 cal had issue so I cant review it right away how that I took care of it I can fill my Samyang 909s .45cal in 10 min or so Great air compressor I Pay $499.99 + State Tax(Pa) of 6% ($29.99) haven't used it of a car battery yet. well made for China. for the running noise its not that bad, used it in my 10x10 room
Things I would have changed: I better moister catching Filter
What others should know: If you can get it before China up's the Price. I Pay $499.99+State Tax Pa of 6%=$29.99
Things I liked: There's a very good reason this compressor is a bit pricey. You get what you pay for. Nomad is a precision device. Extremely well constructed and adaptable to every electrical output source. Use at home, from your vehicle, or portable battery source. If you are picky about your rifle selections, you should be equally picky about how, and with what, you charge it. The wait is DEFINITELY worth it!
Things I would have changed: Speed up the production process.
What others should know: Be certain that you take good care of this precise machine. Follow the instructions, do the maintenance, and take no shortcuts.
Things I liked: works great simple to use...love it...i use it for my .25 FX streamline
Things I would have changed: longer hose...longer jumper cables
What others should know: might have to wiggle the connections every now and then
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Is this air compressor oil cooled, or fan cooled, if oil cooled why only a couple of drops of Silicone. How long can I run this compressor before it may overheat, if I and a friend has an air rifle and both are using this compressor.
Fan cooled. Oil lubricated. You shouldn't be running the compressor for more than the 10-15 minutes max that it would take to fill a gun.
is it normal for the male connector to have air come out
If you mean it's leaking, no that is not normal.
In the manual it states that the output air filter must be replaced every 2-3 hours of use. Do you stock the filters? If the filters job is to absorb water can I just remove it and let it air dry for a day or two and then reuse it once the moisture has evaporated?
Pyramyd will be stocking them, yes. Probably not, you'd have to squeeze them out to remove all of the moisture and then it would deform the filter