Thinking of perhaps adding an HW100 to my collection (Albeit of only one Rifle!(AA S410)).
I'm sure I read somewhere the air canister needs to removed from the rifle to recharge, is this the case, and if so is this something easy to accomplish?
Hi mate, If you get one of the new quick fill ones then you dont need to remove the tank!
Later ones have quick fill, so its no prob.
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The older ones have the removable cylinder, the newer ones are quickfill. Either way it's not a problem.
If you get the older one make sure you have the Stainless insert on the gun where the cylinder screws in.
The Karbine model that i have has a Quick fill connector so there is no need unscrew the bottle.
I believe all the new models come with fitted. I might be wrong here though
TX200 .22 - Simmons 6-18 x 40
BSA Ultra .177 - Simmons WTC 1.5-5 x 20
HW100K .22 - AGS 3-9 x 40
Many thanks for the replies.
Is the quickfill system similar to that of the 410? (Removable cover on the end of the Cylinder?). The one I saw in the shop (2nd hand) had a pressure gauge on the end of the cylinder?
If I do have to remove the tank, how does that work!!!
Does the air cylinder just unscrew? The one I was looking at diddnt have a quickfill system.
Thanks for your help!