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No pumps, no tanks, no fittings...just unscrew the empty air reservoir and screw in the filled one! How much easier can it be to take extra air when you go out shooting?
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Things I liked: It was well packaged and I like the gauge verses the original gauge on the gun but that's where it ends.
Things I would have changed: Hatsans Quality control
What others should know: I never do reviews but I'm doing this for other air gunners that don't have a chronograph. My Hatsan Bullboss shoots in the 890's fps. I filled the spare cylinder that I just received from PA to the same fill psi as the other cylinder on my BB. Decided to run a few across my chrony to see if there was any difference. WOW is all could say. it was 60 fps slower then the original cylinder and just kept getting worse by the end of the 10 shot string So if you order this cylinder and when you go to use it and your accuracy is way off; there's your problem.
Things I liked: It was packaged well with an air stripper /protective cover on the valve. Has the cap that turns standard I believe to keep debree from entering the fill chamber.
Things I would have changed: The same fill tube that came stock with my Hatsan Bullboss has the gauge at the end that has three stages of markers, yellow,green,and red. So maximum fill is at the far edge of green just before you go red. So especially being a newbie to pcp I love that feature. This spare tube I bought has microscopic lines and is all black and white. Especially hard to read.
What others should know: Tell Utube to quit screwing with airgun channels. Most of all this pcp stuff I have has little or no directions,including the hatsan bullboss I bought or all the fill equipment and such that I have actually struggled to figure out. Ps. Buy a scuba tank with a pro valve. K and din in one.
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Is the operating pressure of these cylinders determined by the pressure that the valve can operate correctly? If so would installing a regulartor allow for higher fill pressure since valve is only exposed to regulated air.
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Saw the description text on the Bullboss page saying regulated cylinder is available. Is this cylinder regulated? If it's not regulated, where can I get it.