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1-year limited warranty
List Price $40.00 Save $10.10 (25%)
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Estimated in-stock date 12-16-20
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Seneca Air Tank Gauge, Fits Sumatra, 909S, Recluse & Dragon Claw Air Rifles
If the gauge on your Seneca Sumatra, 909S, Recluse or Dragon Claw air rifle is off, you can't trust it to show you how much air is in your tank...or how much you've got left to shoot. Replace it with this one made by the original manufacturer.
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Things I liked: Easy to install, reads accurately, it's holding air back,
Things I would have changed: Not everyone can read Bar I would keep it simple and use psi. Also it has a oring find a way to make it work without one, I find it is a week point for this rifle. Make it a bit larger for those with less then perfect vision once you add the front wood grip back it covers a portion of the gauge up. The price seems a bit high for this caliber Gage seems more in the 10 to 15 dollar range. After shipping it's almost as much as a wiki gauge.
What others should know: If you rifle has a slow leak or a leak period, this is the first place I would check. There is a small oring on this air gauge check it first before carrying your rifle down chances are it is this little guy. When installing the air gauge add a generous amount of pure AIRGUN grade silicone to the o-ring to help prevent wear and leaks. Don't forget to Enjoy your AIRGUN.
Things I liked: Easily installed. Works perfect. Easier to read than my old one
What others should know: I bought an older used SamYang Sumatra 2500 and the glass on the gauge was cracked. This worked great as a replacement, its much easier to read, the numbers are a little bigger. Only goes to 250bar so the marks are spread out further making it easy on the eyes. It does say Seneca though and my old one says Eun Jin. Its more accurate too. I replaced all my gauges. Gun, the tank, the compressor. Now they all read the same, no guesstimate'n. They were all like 10bar off from each other. It only required hand tightening too if ya got a good grip. It has an o-ring on it and it seated/sealed perfectly. Had to use a wrench to get the old one off. Drain your tanks 1st. Its a metric 10mm thread deal
Things I liked: Fit my Evanix max ml perfectly ! Better then factory .
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What's the threading on this seneca gage?
Is the 20 mark 200 bar =3000psi Thanks in advance!
Will this gauge work on Sumatra 2500 carbine .25 cal. ??