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    leadpig is offline Sausage Fingered Pellet Pusher
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    bsa ultra pressure gauge

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    is there any way off checking what pressure there is in a ultra,ie some type of after market pressure gauge
    ta dave

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    Murphy is offline Cooee! Chase me you naughty boys!
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    Plug it into a bottle or pump and see where the needle stops.
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    leadpig is offline Sausage Fingered Pellet Pusher
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    i was hoping for something a bit smaller,12l dive bottle keeps falling out of my pocket

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    Deeper pocket?

    Sensibly, what we do with our club gun is fill to 200 bar and count out 35 pellets into a container. When they've all gone, refill.

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    your best bet is to contact john bowkett.if anybody has done one he will have.

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    Have a look on BSA owners group. Tench on ther is developing some
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    I did look into haveing one fitted. And as i recall would be a bit of a job and not to mention 's. So now i just count out 35 pellets and refill when gone.
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    Chewy is offline Can't believe i missed this last night...
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    Just count pellets or magazines if it's a multishot. The tiny pressure gauges on air rifles are notoriously inaccurate anyway. The one on my old S400 was a pathological liar. I've never missed it since i switched to the Scorpion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollow-point View Post
    Have a look on BSA owners group. Tench on ther is developing some
    Or give Tweaky a shout on this forum.

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