To Pump, or Not To Pump

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  • #27038
    get-the-blue-jay
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    is the blue AF pump the fx, or are they different beasts?

    #27040
    walkonking
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    quote get the blue jay:

    is the blue AF pump the fx, or are they different beasts?

    It depends. I believe the AF pump use to be FX and now the current on is a chinese model.

    #37202
    xlr8nss
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    Hey Martin

    Great pumping machine. 😀 How about a vid of your gas powered monster. 😯 😀

    #37205
    silents
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    Steve I pump because I’m cheap and like to be self sufficient. I shoot 25 shots and then around 80 pumps to 3000 psi. I first got a chineese air force pump and it was nothing but problems. It might have just been a lemon but it crapped out after a couple months so I bought a axsor pump at pyramid air and it works way better . Just my 2cents

    #37941
    savagesam
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    quote daved:

    Too lazy to pump, and too much hassle getting scuba tanks filled, so I fill from a 4500 psi, 443 cu. ft. industrial nitrogen cylinder. Not real portable, but damn, that tank lasts a long time! Later.

    Dave

    How much does that tank weigh?

    #37986
    daved
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    I think it’s somewhere around 200 pounds, definitely not something you toss in the back of the truck for an evenings shooting :-). Since I do virtually all my shooting in my own back yard or at least close to home, it’s really not an issue. Plus, I have two Talon tanks, and just recently added a CO2 setup. If you’d like more detail, check the Quick Reference section, Adam thought a post I did on my nitrogen setup was worthy of being there :-). Any other questions, let me know. Later.

    Dave

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