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AirForce PCP Hand Pump, for AirForce Rifles, Incl. Hose + Adapter, Pumps up to 3600 psi


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Product Description

Fits AirForce Condor, Talon & Talon SS rifles.•
    3-stage hand pump Does not heat up with constant use Requires less effort than other pumps Goes up to 3,600 psi Integral air pressure gauge Incl. 11 braided steel hose with female quick-disconnect coupling and AirForce fill adapter with male quick-disconnect coupling Every pump tested by the manufacturer

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 1 x 1 inches ; 9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000TFJ368
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #152,427 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Barber on August 28, 2013
I had problems right out of the box. The pump was sluggish and hard to pump. By the third or fourth use, there was some newly developed problem that if you got a downstroke, it would create a vaccuum that made it impossible to pump alltogether.

I got a hold of dewane, who is "the" guy, and explained my problem. He said, " thats o-ring #31 giving you problems". He gave me the option of returning it for repair, or if i thought i could perform the delicate surgery myself, than he would send me the parts to rebuild it. I opted to have him send me the o-ring kit. He gave me the link to the instructions and exploded view of the workings.

I have since learned that #31 had been an issue for many people. When you understand the pressure and heat generated by this "bike pump on steroids", it is understandable the seals giving out. They have upgraded ol #31 from nitrile or neoprene to something better performing under such extremes. I have not had any problems with that seal since then, but......

Understanding that the temperature and pressure youre dealing with inside the tiny third stage, will allow you to grasp part of the design issues. When you compress air, it cannot hold all the moisture that it has sea level atmosphere. The moisture condenses inside the pump, and it is impossible to get all of the condensate out of the pump, without tearing down regularly and cleaning and lubing it. The part that is most vulnarable to the moisture is the fine steel spring in the check valve. The only piece of mild steel in the whole shebang and it sits right it the condensate that doesnt escape on release of pressure, rusting.

On a related note. Any matter that gets through the "filter"(brass screen), besides air and the moisture it carries into it is fine dust particles.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Matt D. Wolfe on July 29, 2011
I bought this pump with an AF Condor. It was my first PCP rifle and I liked the idea of being "self powered." The pump seems well made, and robust. It does heat up during use, but not unreasonably so. Pumping effort at higher pressures is high, requiring most of my 200 lb body weight to be brought to bear upon the down-stroke of the pump. Expect to do a lot of pumping to fill an empty tank the first time, then about three pumps per shot taken during successive fill-ups.(AF Talon HPA tank)

I've had this pump for about a year now and am not pleased with how it's held up. It's gotten pretty rough on the down stroke, and I expect to have to rebuild it soon. If I were going to buy a pump for long term use, I would recommend the Hill brand one over this. You get what you pay for.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By SFL on August 5, 2012
I have been using my Airforce pump for over a decade with no rebuild and no problems. I bought it in 2001 along with my Talon SS. Pump is still going strong after 11 years.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By SaltwaterSlick on June 16, 2014
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No 2 ways about it, pumping a PCP air gun reservoir up to 3,000 psi is WORK! This pump however does its job nicely. If you follow the instructions that come with the pump, it works flawlessly. I have found the estimates of pump strokes to pressure ratio very consistent and accurate. The instructions suggest it takes about 12 full strokes to increase chamber pressure on the standard Air Force reservoir 100 psi. I plan to get some other method of pumping up the air tank on my Condor SS, but for what it is supposed to do, this pump works great.
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