Fx impact and Edgun gauge

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    Eddy1840
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    it came today. I just installed it, now I have to wait for a good day to do some testing.

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    spysir
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    Looking forward to a full report! Seems the best accessory to come alone in a long time, if I understand what all it does.

    TIA

    John

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    bowwild
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    Love that gauge!  I’d like to replace the one on the end of my Wildcat air tube but I don’t reckon I can?

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    Boombots74
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    Damn that looks so sexy!

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    Motive410
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    Eddy,
         Nice, and it will do so much.  I’ve watched the video several times, just haven’t purchased yet.  If I do get one, I would check the regulator pressure first, then place it forward at the bottle for tuning at that reg. pressure.  The Edgun Guage measurement can be used to learn how accurate other mechanical gauges are. Then adjust accordingly.  It’s a great tool.  You will learn much.

    PS  A matching single purpose digital pressure guage for the reg. would be nice.  If affordable!

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    Grin_Reaver
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    Man does that gauge turn the look of your measly airgun (jk) to a space age laser gun. Edgun really hit the mark with this one. Not only will he sell lots of em but he will have his “scent mark” on all the other brands of airguns.

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    Eddy1840
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    “Motive410”Eddy,
         Nice, and it will do so much.  I’ve watched the video several times, just haven’t purchased yet.  If I do get one, I would check the regulator pressure first, then place it forward at the bottle for tuning at that reg. pressure.  The Edgun Guage measurement can be used to learn how accurate other mechanical gauges are. Then adjust accordingly.  It’s a great tool.  You will learn much.
    PS  A matching single purpose digital pressure guage for the reg. would be nice.  If affordable!

    
I just installed it to check if it’s working properly and to get familiar with the settings, I’m get out of work late and its already dark when I come home. when I have time I’ll switch it and adjust the regulator, It’s going to be fun to play with the settings and keep a track of which settings gives me more shots per fill 

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    TylerE.
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    Motive410, I did exactly that. I first installed it to check the regulator pressure. I had replaced all the orings and set it back to where it was before and found that what I thought was 105 bar,  (.177 caliber at the moment) with the stock gauge was actually only 85 bar according to the EDMU (edgun gauge). It was really slick to increase the regulator to 105 bar while watching the numbers increase. I then installed it up front for some testing. Wouldn’t you know, the Impact started leaking like crazy from the quad ring, so I tore it down and replaced that plus the two orings on the tube and put it back together. I left it overnight at 122 bar and when I came out in the morning it still read 122 bar! No more guessing as to any slow leak by looking at the Wika gauge that I had installed. Awesome addition, I hope it can stand up to some daily usage. 

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    Blaiz1
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    I bough 2 of them super stoked. I also bought 2 brand new wika guages to try. Not even going to mount those . Just going to sell 
    I really like the features if the edgun guages

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    Siscakidd
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    Where can these be purchased?

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    Eddy1840
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    Edgun west 

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    Centercut
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    All, I’m trying to find some information on this gage. I know the 28mm diameter, and the 1/8” bsp threads. What I need to know is the depth of the gage, or thickness. A few side shot photos and rear photos plus a few detailed measurements would be appreciated. Your assistance is appreciated. I’d like to install it on the end of the pressure tube of my Bobcat MK2. 

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    Eddy1840
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    Edgun west Have the answer to you question, to be honest I’m learning and I don’t want to give you wrong information, ask them if it doesn’t fit you can return it..

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    Siscakidd
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    Thanks

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    spysir
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    The video that got me interested

    seems like it could be an excellent build testing gauge. 

    John

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    bowwild
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    I’d get one too if it would replace the gauge on my Wildcat and/or Steyr Hunter Scout. Both have air tubes with gauges on the end.

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    Centercut
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    I’m in the same boat Bowwild.

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    Centercut
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    I’m sure I’m not the only one interested in this gage, and the dimensions and thread type (I’ve seen 1/8″ BSP and 1/8″ BSPP, and they’re not the same). In order to see if it can be used on other than FX Impact air guns, all we need to know are diameter (28mm), length of threads (10mm) and depth of gage body, plus depth of gage from front face to end of threads. Pretty simple…  I’d appreciate it if anyone that has one of these gages could do that for the AGN audience. Accuracy points to the responders with dimensions. Thanks!
    Mike

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    BigTinBoat
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    “Centercut”I’m sure I’m not the only one interested in this gage, and the dimensions and thread type (I’ve seen 1/8″ BSP and 1/8″ BSPP, and they’re not the same). In order to see if it can be used on other than FX Impact air guns, all we need to know are diameter (28mm), length of threads (10mm) and depth of gage body, plus depth of gage from front face to end of threads. Pretty simple…  I’d appreciate it if anyone that has one of these gages could do that for the AGN audience. Accuracy points to the responders with dimensions. Thanks!
    Mike
     

    
Actually they ARE the same. BSP (British Standard Pipe) is also used as the acronym BSPP (British Standard Pipe Parallel) The thread that is different is BSPT (British Standard Pipe Taper).

    You will see various others for British Standard Pipe Parallel also – BSP, BSPP, BSSPI, BSPF, BSPG, PS, R, G

    Where the British Standard Pipe Taper is symbolized as – BSPT, BSPTr, PT, KR, Rc
     

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    Centercut
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    Thanks! I learn something new everyday…  Appreciate the update. I stand corrected. +1
    Mike

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