Compressed air tank, can it be filled with pump?
I just got a compressed air tank off craigslist for $10. And getting fills in my area is a pain.
My brother just got a Benjamin .22 pellet gun, and it runs off compressed air. It came with a air pump that has a fitting like a paintball fitting...
Can I use the pump to fill my tank? The pump goes up to 3,500 psi?... I filled his gun last night, and it didn't take long at all to fill it to 3,000 psi... (course I would imagine it is smaller than a paintball tank, so it might take forever to pump up 3,000 psi in a paintball tank).
I figured someone here would know the answer?
From what I remember, you can, but as you guessed, it would take ALOT of time and work.
I hope I'm not wrong. Best wait for someone who has more/some experience with them.
It is possible yea but take a 13/3k as those 48-50-68ci will take a full evening of work out to fill up :P
A free Workout, AND free air... Sounds like a win/win.
I'm going to have to try it!
You might consider getting a Shoebox Compressor that Tom Kaye designed. Home << ShoeBox Compressors - The World's Smallest & Lightest 4500 PSI Compressor
Be sure to switch hands, you'll look funny with one very ripped arm and one skinny one.
It looks like a floor bicycle pump, so you use 2 hands...
I'm way too cheap to drop $500 on ANYTHING paintball, much less a compressor.
This pump is manual, and you can literally take it to the field with you and fill it while sitting in the dead zone!
Here is a similar one.
Air Venturi G4 Hand Pump, Hose with 1/8" BSPP Threads. Hand pumps.
Here is the tanks they sell... But, they say they aren't paintball compatible?... I guess because they are lower psi output?
Benjamin Air Tank, 2000 psi Output. Scuba tanks & air reservoirs.
I would have thought someone would have tried this before? Especially on this site...
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