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First Strike 3000psi air bottle - 13ci

First Strike 3000psi air bottle - 13ci

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The new First Strike Aluminum Compressed Air Tank uses the best regulator technology in the industry to keep consistent air pressure flowing into your paintball marker. The compact FS 3000psi regulator is the best in the industry, measuring just 16mm from tank to ASA.

Description

The regulator is 100% user serviceable using only two allen keys to remove any part on the regulator allowing adjustments to be made on the fly. The FS 3000psi regulator also features a rotating brass thread collar that enables you to select the position of the gauge and fill nipple to customize your set up.

The 3000psi HPA tanks gives the look and performance of a high-end tank without the price tag. Regulators are individually hand assembled and tested on state of the art machines for outstanding quality and assurance.

Features
Light-weight Aluminum Bottle (flat bottom cylinder)
360° Rotational brass threads
Adjustable output (275psi – 1100psi kits sold separately)
Low-profile fill nipples and burst disks.
Rapid Re-charge rate
Micro gauge
Tri-Label UN ISO Certification – Universal Acceptance
Dual Burst Discs for added Safety

Specs:
Weight: 415g
Length: 225mm
Diameter: 50mm

Delivery

FREE DELIVERY OVER £15

Free standard delivery available on all non-pyro orders for mainland UK if over £15 in value!

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Regular Price: £59.95

Special Price £49.95

Questions & Answers

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Is there any way I can get this with an output pressure of 1400psi as it is for a CO2 air rifle conversion ?
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When you say fit the kit & test what do you mean ?
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Hi, friend of mine has a 13ci bottle from you regulated for a co2 rifle, somewhere in the region of 900 to 1100 psi. He maintains that you reulated it to this pressure for him so as not to overpressure the seals on his co2 gun,can you still do this?
Regards
James Grant
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