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    blacksword
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     the bulldog 357  is 3000psi  charge your pcp air gun  what method  you chose  tank or hand pump  
    I chose hand pump  other  might chose  tank or compressor no matter the methods it helps for safe shooting

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    yaya
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    I quit the pump when I turned 70. 

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    blacksword
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    yaya:
    lol ok / I am ready 51  when tired of it I look for tank my self lol thank man you made my day 
     

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    dixieduo
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    Hong Heng compressor to air gun. Simple and easy. One minute to 3000 psi. No More Pumping!

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    Deepbass9
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    I’ve been pumping. Have 2 .22’s, a .25, and a .308. I’m 47  5’5″ 145# with a so-so back. I do it for the exercise, cause it’s nice to put my own air in  and cause I’d rather buy a gun or two than a pumping system. 

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    Neomorphy
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    I use a hand pump. When I first started, I used a break barrel and it was good exercise. When I got a pcp I wanted to keep getting exercise while using the air gun, so I went with pump. It is a lot easier than people make it out to be. I fill my gun twice a day, if I had to drive down to a dive shop to refill a tank every week, that would be more tedious than hand pumping.

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    aa_limited
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    if I’m shooting early am just after sunrise I use the tank. but other than that. I use a hand pump on my guns before I do out. and I pump them in a small room with a good dehumifer going. as it takes almost all the moisture in the air. so smaller the room the better.
    and it really works.
     

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    blacksword
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    Oh cool guys  I guess it right  topic thumb up

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    jarmstrong
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    hand pumping is safer, you will not over charge the air cylinder by accident 

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    Yote
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    I use a bicycle pump on my break barrles

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    Locker50
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    Hand pump. My cylinder is 2000psi max, so its quick and easy.

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    redcrow
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    70 years old, some plates and screws in both legs, a double by-pass graft 5 years ago, etc. No way this old fart is pumping up anything more demanding than a beach ball. Tank & compressor for me.

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    Saltlake58
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    Yote – can't find the fill port on my break barrels, can you post some pics and help?

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    Springrrrr
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    At 73 next month, I still pump to 3000 PSI to remind me of my pre-electric pump days.  I got a Chinese pump when the Wolverine came in, but the hand pump is still in operation for the Gauntlet every once in a while.

    After installing the Jefferson State tuning kit in the Gauntlet and setting it to 850 FPS, air lasts a long time.

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    blacksword
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    brake barrel dont have a port for air get real dude pcp is not a brake barrel I have both brake barrel and pcp 

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    blacksword
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    Springrrrrrrr:
    cool I bet you arm are built I hope you get that  ect pump 

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    Glem.Chally
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    I pump my brek berrl buy simply cocking it.  The PCP I use an air tank.

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    blacksword
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    all question that a pcp will be  answered one not pcp are not part the topic will be ignored  mod of this gave orders to me to voided fights  

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    blacksword
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    work out with pump 

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    Yote
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    Blackswords that was a smart ass reply dude.I own 4 PCP 5 springers and around 2o B.B. guns dude. Dude your pretty Cockie for a new bee.oh by the way I use my omega compressor to pump up my 90 cubic tank

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