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Air Venturi Scuba Tank, 80 cu

3,000 psi
Only $199.99
$249.99
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If you shoot precharged pneumatic guns, you'll need an air source. A scuba tank is a great way to store lots of air to pressurize all your guns. Specifications:
  • Color: Black
  • Tank: Scuba
  • Connection: K Valve
  • Capacity: 80 cu ft
  • Material: Aluminum
  • 3,000 psi maximum pressure (206 bar)
  • Tank is shipped empty for safety precaution.
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Specs
  • ManufacturerAir Venturi
  • ConditionNew
  • Accessories TypePRECHARGED GUN ACCESSORIES
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
  • Weight20.00
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By MattUSAMay 4, 2018

Great price. Is very thing they said it would be.

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Hello how many refills can this tank handle?

asked Kristian from USA

Depends on the gun. My discovery gets around 90.

John

I heard that you can fill your rifle once and top it off 3 times they can fill it at a fire station you pay

Joe hunter

It will not be able to fill the majority of pcp's. If you are using a discovery you should get a few fills. Not sure why they even stock this product, the psi rating is far to low to be of any real value for most pcpr's. Look at the air venturi carbon fiber tank or the benjamin tank.

Evan Cleland

Lots of variables involved but if you go to Crosman website it has an estimator. I used the estimator for my M-Rod with a similar fill SCUBA tank and it conservatively said 7.2. I'm at 6 fills now. I read that one forum reader is at 14 and still going. So like they say, "your results may vary".

Matt

Here is the tank calculator http://www.airgunsofarizona.com/Tanks/FillCalc.html

Vincent from USA

Does it have a current pressure test stamped on it. Have non-divers had a problem getting them refilled?

asked Ken

dive shops will probably not fill this without a Padi or Naui ID.

peter

All tanks have to have hydro test done to certify them before they are filled. It is my understanding that the capacity etc is stamped right into the tank.

Matt
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