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Highly recommend the EBB booster pump for everyone firing big bore guns.

Forums Air Tanks, Pumps, Compressors, & Filters Highly recommend the EBB booster pump for everyone firing big bore guns.

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    Kevo1288
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    *the EBB sticker came off , hence why I replaced it with others*

    Not sure how to upload a video here or if I can but heres a video of me using mine.

    I cannot wait to get this to the range so I can have a smile all day long.

    *VIDEO RIGHT BELOW*

    Vimeo <<<< video

    AND HERES SOME PICS

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    JamesD.
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    I have everything but the big bore. Waiting on a .257 from John Bowman. 
    That booster pump is able to boost any air in your SCBA up to 4500psi, yes? I'm not sure how they work.

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    Raider03
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    Does it always complete a full cycle (stroke) of the piston or can you stop the cycle when the pressure in the rifle reaches the rated maximum value.

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    Kevo1288
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    JamesD.

    I have everything but the big bore. Waiting on a .257 from John Bowman. 
    That booster pump is able to boost any air in your SCBA up to 4500psi, yes? I'm not sure how they work.

    Watch the video it will give you an idea. Link is in my first post. 

    I have my fill station , tanks, but this is a MUST!

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    Kevo1288
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    Raider03

    Does it always complete a full cycle (stroke) of the piston or can you stop the cycle when the pressure in the rifle reaches the rated maximum value.

    It only completes a cycle if you command it so (keep the button depressed). I was doing very very short strokes, probably 1/8th to 1/4 the length of the actual stroke its capable of. I feel shorter strokes lead to less of a chance of overfilling.

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    SqrlHntr
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    Ready to set mine up for a single tank supply but am trying to source an inline reg for the low psi input. Any thoughts? 

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    Ezana4CE
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    SqrlHntr

    Ready to set mine up for a single tank supply but am trying to source an inline reg for the low psi input. Any thoughts? 

    This isn’t my wheelhouse, but as I understand them to work I would think you should be able to try a SCUBA breathing regulator as they are used to regulate extremely high pressurized air to low pressure. I’m thinking maybe you can try something like this https://www.augustindustries.com/product/breathing-air-regulator/

    I’m not sure if it will meet your needs for low pressure input, but it was just a thought. Hopefully someone with expertise in this area can chime in and correct me if I’m wrong. 

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    Kevo1288
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    The EBB booster pump is setup for 1 tank, I can get some info off the regulator they have mounted and get back to you guys!

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    airgunner343
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    Does the booster filter the moister when it compresses the pressure?

     

    Airgunner343

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    Kevo1288
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    airgunner343

    Does the booster filter the moister when it compresses the pressure?

     

    Airgunner343

    Nope.

     

    It's also very clear in pictures that it does not. I'd also say it's a non issue.

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    heavy-impact
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    airgunner343

    Does the booster filter the moister when it compresses the pressure?

     

    Airgunner343

    It's using the same air from the tank to fill the gun so there is no moisture. The pressure in your tank pushes a large piston which in turn drives a smaller piston to compress the air into the gun. The air from the large piston is dumped to atmosphere every time the large piston returns so you're trading volume for higher pressure. This is called a ram pump when used for water.

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    heavy-impact
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    Where did you by this and how much did it cost?

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    Kevo1288
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    heavy-impact

    Where did you by this and how much did it cost?

    I got mine from New England airgun , highly recommend John over there, nothing but helpful from start to finish with me. Tell him Kevin with the hammer sent you. 

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    SqrlHntr
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    Direct from Extreme Big Bore here in TX.

    https://extremebigboreairrifles.com/ 

    New England Airgun is a top notch outfit as well. 

     

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    heavy-impact
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    They don't have them on their website and I'd like to know the cost without having to go through the sales pitch. Did you not want to tell us what it costs?

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    heavy-impact
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    SqrlHntr

    Direct from Extreme Big Bore here in TX.

    https://extremebigboreairrifles.com/ 

    New England Airgun is a top notch outfit as well.

    $900 thanks.

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    Kevo1288
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    heavy-impact

    They don't have them on their website and I'd like to know the cost without having to go through the sales pitch. Did you not want to tell us what it costs?

    Sorry I am working and was more concerned with helping out a good outfit. You got a quick reply. 

     

    If you buy one! I know you will enjoy it, regardless of where you purchase it from.

     

    I'm just a big fan of supporting good local business.

     

    Don't be so quick to assume lol, what harm would it do me to tell you how much it cost…

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    heavy-impact
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    heavy-impact

    They don't have them on their website and I'd like to know the cost without having to go through the sales pitch. Did you not want to tell us what it costs?

    Sorry I am working and was more concerned with helping out a good outfit. You got a quick reply. 

     

    If you buy one! I know you will enjoy it, regardless of where you purchase it from.

     

    I'm just a big fan of supporting good local business.

     

    Don't be so quick to assume lol, what harm would it do me to tell you how much it cost…

    Wasn't meant to be negative it's just human nature to assume the worst when reading text because you have no ques that you would have speaking in person.

    I have a machine shop so I think I could build one for around $150. I seem to have an endless supply of projects but I don't get many of them done. One of my sons just got into hunting and bought an AEA Challenger bullpup in .50 cal. I don't own any big bores.

    Thanks for the info.

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    Kevo1288
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    heavy-impact

    Kevo1288

    heavy-impact

    They don't have them on their website and I'd like to know the cost without having to go through the sales pitch. Did you not want to tell us what it costs?

    Sorry I am working and was more concerned with helping out a good outfit. You got a quick reply. 

     

    If you buy one! I know you will enjoy it, regardless of where you purchase it from.

     

    I'm just a big fan of supporting good local business.

     

    Don't be so quick to assume lol, what harm would it do me to tell you how much it cost…

    Wasn't meant to be negative it's just human nature to assume the worst when reading text because you have no ques that you would have speaking in person.

    I have a machine shop so I think I could build one for around $150. I seem to have an endless supply of projects but I don't get many of them done. One of my sons just got into hunting and bought an AEA Challenger bullpup in .50 cal. I don't own any big bores.

    Thanks for the info.

    My apologies, text is difficult to read … oxymoron … or not lol?

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    Healthservices
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    How much input pressure is used on each side ?

    Thanks

     

    Allen

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