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    I have a umerex origin 22 cal pcp rifle and my arms feel like there going to fall off with my hand pump lol. Are any of you fine fellas in the pensacola area selling one? Thanks in advance
     

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    I have a umerex origin 22 cal pcp rifle and my arms feel like there going to fall off with my hand pump lol. Are any of you fine fellas in the pensacola area selling one? Thanks in advance
    What pump are you using?

    I had the same issue with a used pump I got. I ordered a new hand pump off Amazon and its way better.
     

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    I only purchased the gun - since I had a pump, but ended up needing to buy a pump too.

    It works great - Im only pumping to 2700 though.... what are you pumping to?
     

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    I hand pump an Avenger to 4,300 psi 2 or 3 times weekly with the cheapest hand pump I found on ebay a few years ago and it's not too bad. I only shoot 30 shots before pumping and it takes about 65-70 pumps to bring it back to full pressure. If I let it go down to regulator pressure it would probably be close to 200 pumps and that would be a real pain. I would get 80-100 shots doing that but would not want to fill it from that low.
     

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    I have one of these for a backup of a backup but it works well. I have filled my 4500 PSI CF Bottles with it but you have to do 15 to 20 min runs and let it take a break. You can also fill you airgun direct. Can use on 120 VAC or 12VDC from your car battery.


    It does not auto shut off so you have to babysit it.

    I have two other compressors. I have the Omega Air Charger and a Yong Heng. I used them all on occasion. I have a few bottles so I don't have to fill that often.


    Search Yong Heng on flee bay with auto shut off probably the best of them. I had one sold it and then one was given to me. LOL The Yong Heng is probably the easiest to rebuild and has the most parts avab. All of them will last forever if you don't abuse it.

    :) Thanks for tagging me Stage I just don't get on here much anymore...
     

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    I know with the hand pumps, slow steady full pumps versus the shallow I'm tired pumps lmao.
    Learned it the hard way. Also make sure the o rings aren't drying out.
     

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    With airgun stuff pyramid air seems to be the best bet. Not to mention pretty good customer service. Amazon has been a fullon cf of late.
     

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