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    I shoot the Air Arms Diabolo Field 16 grain pellets, but it also shoots the Crosman Premier domed 14.3 grain and JSB pellets accurately.

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    I use my Yong Heng compressor to refill 90ci tanks then refill my bullboss,  I would only use a handpump for small reservoirs and pistols.

    Filling the bullboss reservoir with a handpump from 2000psi to 3000psi is certainly doable.

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    I've had my bullboss .22 for 6 months with no issues, it shoots hard and accurate. My backyard range is 30 yard distance and it groups within 3/4" easily. Cocking lever is smooth and the quiet energy system is definitely backyard friendly. My bullboss has a nice wood stock and is well designed for a sub $600 PCP air rifle. The magazines are very basic and loading them is simple. This bullboss is rugged and built to last.

    I own FX, Air Arms, BSA, Career, Sumatra, JKhan and a few other brand PCP airguns and this Hatsan bullboss is a keeper that I would recommend.

     

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    I own a BSA Scorpion Multishot .177 with walnut stock that I installed a R10 barrel and it is super accurate. I also added a LDC so it is very backyard friendly.

    I used to own a BSA Ultra .177 but didn't care for the small air cylinder capacity and bought a Gamo (BSA) Dynamax which shoots like a charm.

    I would recommend the Scorpion over the Ultra.

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    I would check the explosion proof disk (burst disk) and the o-ring in the element filter.

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    I've purchased Delrin rods from http://www.mcmaster.com.

     

     

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    On July 12th I ordered the Vevor top end from "AliExpress" for my compressor and today (July 23rd) I received the entire top end delivered by UPS which consist of the top head, cylinder, piston, 3 metal coolant tubes with connectors, 2 cylinder gaskets, muffler with element, 2 bleeder valves and a bag containing miscellaneous seals, orings and other parts. I now have everything needed to do a complete top end swap out. The total cost shipped was $70.24.

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    Thanks for the link Eaglebeak I ordered the top end for my Vevor. If I have anymore problems getting parts for this compressor my next step will be to purchase a Daystate compressor.

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    I ordered a new Hatsan Bull boss .22 with wood stock using the "3030" code for $416 shipped.

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    FX Typhoon FT12 .22 would fit your needs for accuracy, craftsmanship and value.

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    JK Han bullpup .25

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