What's the best Depinger for the Bulldog?

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    Willie14228
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    I have heard Pittbull but it looks like it takes up a lot of airspace?

    Anyone have one 

     

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    addertooth
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    You will probably hear a lot of theories, such as the bottle-brush method.  All depingers break up the standing wave in the air tube, which causes the "ringing" heard when firing.  I do not know how much "full monte" you want to go with your Bulldog (same place I am in).  I noticed in my Marauder, putting a regulator in it totally de-pinged it.  I suspect something similar would happen with the Bulldog.   But then, a regulator takes up more space than the depinger.  On the plus side, Pitbull/LakeRat has a higher volume air tube which he sells (and regulator too) for the Benjamin Bulldog.  He also sells a porting service, which allows the Bulldog to achieve the same velocity (regulated), as a stock ported, unregulated Bulldog gets.  

    So… if you have the cash, you can get longer shot strings, more consistent velocity than you currently have, but, like all things airgun; you must open your wallet to achieve these goals. 

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    Willie14228

    I have heard Pittbull but it looks like it takes up a lot of airspace?

    Anyone have one 

     

    I just put a Pitbull DePinger in my Bulldog and I’m happy with it for the cost, there still a real real light pinnnnnnngggg but nothing like it was, Will see how it is after a few hundred rounds.

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    Imold

    Willie14228

    I have heard Pittbull but it looks like it takes up a lot of airspace?

    Anyone have one 

     

    I just put a Pitbull DePinger in my Bulldog and I’m happy with it for the cost, there still a real real light pinnnnnnngggg but nothing like it was, Will see how it is after a few hundred rounds.

    Better pinnnnngggggg

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    Twanggggggggg

    Its a great gun but it has some of the loudest action I've ever witnessed 

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    Kinetic45
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    I have the Pitbull and it works very well.

    You might also CALL Jefferson State Air Rifles extension 2 and Travis might have something not listed on the website, worth a try.

    BTW – the JSAR SS valve in my Pitbull Mega really let the dog loose!

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    Kinetic45
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    Dup post error

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    wbarrett58
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    I just ordered a pitbull depinger . Wondering how it affects shots per fill?

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    T3PRanch
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    Yea the JSAR SS Valve and spring really wake up this platform.

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    Imold
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    T3PRanch

    Yea the JSAR SS Valve and spring really wake up this platform.

    I’ll have to keep this in mind if I do anything else to mine.

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    Yea the JSAR SS Valve and spring really wake up this platform.

    I’ll have to keep this in mind if I do anything else to mine.

    It will take it to 300 ft/lb with a Nielsen 178 gr boat tail.

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    jland48
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    T3PRanch, What type of mod will it take to get to 300ft/lb ?

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    T3PRanch
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    The JSAR SS Balanced valve comes with a new Hammer Spring as well. I have done no other mods yet but a larger transfer port is always a plus. Travis can better answer the question. There are several threads over at the GTA on the mods.

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    RK
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    Did you open the barrel port to the .300 as per the website t3pranch?

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    T3PRanch
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    Not yet! Have not had time. Plenty of time before fall though. ;)

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