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EDgun EaZy fill

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    Airgun Nation
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    Matt247365
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    That's bad ass!

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    Pestkillah
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    This is awesome. Unnecessary but totally awesome. We'll played Ed.

    PK

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    vinny
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    Excellent, there goes a buck fifty I hadn’t planned on spending lol. 

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    MadKatt
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    One of those things that was looking us all right in the eye at the gas station but never translated into PCP until now.

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    JamesD.
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    I might buy one if a barrel/smooth tube could be used for a pinch of salt.

    Sit on the porch & blast flies.

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    Acruz
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    Good effing idea!! 

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    Hynzie
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    SEEN that a way back on I G although cool .i need to save for more pressing items like LIQUOR

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    Dairyboy
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    That is genius! We use a very similar tire filler for our tractors and trucks. When you release the trigger so to speak it has a tire gauge that shows you the pressure. Very handy. 

    This is a very nice product but not sure $150 nice to make me get one for the small amount of shooting I do. Would be nice not needing to use the tank valve and bleed screws.

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    Healthservices
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    Sweet idea!

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    kaylaindy
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    I don't understand how it works. So you have to open your tank, and then squeeze the trigger, seems like you just made filling your gun 2X harder. Am I missing something? 

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    Peskadot671
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    woogie_man
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    This is AWESOME!!  Take the guns out hunting and not have to worry about the on and off with the air.  Just plug in, squeeze and fill up!

     

    Now need to get my hands on one!

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    AncientSword
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    What happens if you have guns with a bunch of different fill probes? You need one of these for each or you have to change out the fill probe each time? I have several different size fill probes…

    Good idea but won’t work for me unless I buy four of them.

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    EDgunWest
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    AncientSword

    What happens if you have guns with a bunch of different fill probes? You need one of these for each or you have to change out the fill probe each time? I have several different size fill probes…

    Good idea but won’t work for me unless I buy four of them.

    no problem  the EaZY takes a 1/8BSPP fitting, just screw this into the EaZY and use a male foster to your probes like you do now

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    AncientSword
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    AncientSword

    What happens if you have guns with a bunch of different fill probes? You need one of these for each or you have to change out the fill probe each time? I have several different size fill probes…

    Good idea but won’t work for me unless I buy four of them.

    no problem  the EaZY takes a 1/8BSPP fitting, just screw this into the EaZY and use a male foster to your probes like you do now

    That’s a good point. I do like the idea of not having to purge the fill line while out in the field.

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    jking
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    That's pretty slick and innovated and I like the idea of minimal wasted air but when I'm filling my guns I kind of like to keep my hands and and body away from the business end of things and use the valves and bleeder on the supply tank. I've had both, a probe type and female foster pop off and it's no fun. That's just me though and don't mean to rain on the parade..

    Jking

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    cantshoot
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    Just thread your probe end.

    Buck fity just aint happening

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    MikeVV
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    Mmmm…  With the "second"…adapter, we're looken at spending $175.00..!

    This is where the fill probe comes "with" the gun, and a $9.00 adapter is occasionally required.

    So, do I understand this correctly…$9.00 adapter vs $175.00 (with second adapter shown above !)  for an anodized aluminum, shop air blower/gun that can be also used as a tool to clean the shop ?

    Won't my cast pot metal, shop version serve the same task ?  I think they are about $6 or $8 for the cheaper ones, or $15 for a high quality one..

    Nice that someone's thinking, but…

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    Motorhead
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    Have a few PCP's that use a different probe size ?   Perhaps a second Foster female at fillers discharge side with probes being able to interchange on the filler would be the next logical set up.

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