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PostPosted: Mon Nov 11, 2019 5:36 pm 
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Ok cool! However, the one in the pic is still the original version. But black is cool 8), orange is good for guys like me that tend to wander around looking for something in front of my nose, lol.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 11, 2019 5:39 pm 
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As long as its the newer version, works well and has auto shut off on desired pressure it doesn't matter what color it is to me

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2019 12:45 pm 
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Sort of a mini review...
I bought one from Raman about a month or two ago. The noise doesn’t bother me, the fans are louder than the pump itself in my opinion. The auto shutoff is a great feature. The option for portability is big in my books although I haven’t taken it out beyond the shop yet. It seems to keep itself very cool, hence the fans. The fill rate is a little slower than compared to what I’ve seen others filling at, which I believe it could last longer by not generating as much heat. Turtle wins the race in longevity, but only time will tell. I am only filling cylinders on guns and not large tanks.
I was starting to get tired of pumping and was shooting pcp less. I didnt want to spend over $500 for a compressor. Was considering a Yong Heng but the water cooling wasn’t too appealing to me.
It comes with the moisture filter and seals, basic instructions that I found easy to follow.
One things for sure, I am shooting PCP more. I like this compressor.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 12, 2019 5:54 pm 
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offroad720 wrote:
Sort of a mini review...
I bought one from Raman about a month or two ago. The noise doesn’t bother me, the fans are louder than the pump itself in my opinion. The auto shutoff is a great feature. The option for portability is big in my books although I haven’t taken it out beyond the shop yet. It seems to keep itself very cool, hence the fans. The fill rate is a little slower than compared to what I’ve seen others filling at, which I believe it could last longer by not generating as much heat. Turtle wins the race in longevity, but only time will tell. I am only filling cylinders on guns and not large tanks.
I was starting to get tired of pumping and was shooting pcp less. I didnt want to spend over $500 for a compressor. Was considering a Yong Heng but the water cooling wasn’t too appealing to me.
It comes with the moisture filter and seals, basic instructions that I found easy to follow.
One things for sure, I am shooting PCP more. I like this compressor.


Great to hear since I ordered one. I will only be filling or topping up directly on the rifle cylinders as well so I'm hoping it last me awhile with no break down. Im not too worried about how long it takes to fill any given cylinder, has to beat hand pumping!

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Benjamin Phoenix .22
Stoeger Atac .177
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Benjamin Classic .22
Beeman QB78S .22
Weihrauch HW40
Webley Alecto .177/.22


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