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- Ever-Pressure EPT Tank System features a patented Air Tube design that makes it easier to pump and fill the entire tank
- Gives more consistent shot velocity shot after shot
- Features an easy cocking side handle, 10-shot magazine, and an optics-ready accessory rail
- Shoots .22 caliber pellets at up to 1000 fps
- Includes the Umarex HPA hand pump for easy filling
- Bolt Action PCP arrow rifle with integrated pressure gauge
- High capacity air tank delivers 25 effective shots per fill; Shoots up to 450 fps with up to 169 fpe kinetic energy
- Features an all-weather stock, rubber recoil pad and picatinny accessory mounts for easy mounting of optics, bipods, quivers and more
- Includes Axeon 4x32mm scope with custom Air Archery Ballistic Reticle and three (3) Umarex Straight Flight Technology arrows with 100-grain field tips
- Overall length: 41"; Weight without scope: 6.85 lbs
- Blended rust and corrosion inhibitors and a special base fluid oil
- Works on all types of pneumatic equipment
- Can be used as a light oil
- Less friction and wear
- Wide temperature range
- caliber: 0.177
- velocity: 495.00 ft/sec
- Warranty: One year limited warranty
- Shoots .177 cal pellets & BBs at 495 FPS!
Q: What is the difference between a hand pump and a PCP?
A: A hand pump is generally the same as the bicycle pump, but instead of pumping the tire, you pump the air reservoir of the PCP gun. It’s recommended that you do not pump more than 5 minutes and let the pump cool down 15 minutes between pumping sessions to prevent overheating.
Q: Which is the best high pressure hand pump for You?
A: The most popular high pressure hand pumps are, from left to right, Swedish Axsor, British Hill and Swedish FX. You’re about to take the plunge and buy your first precharged pneumatic (PCP) air rifle or pistol. Great! Now – how are you going to fill it?
Q: Should I buy a hand pump or air tank for PCP rifles?
A: This characteristic alone makes some air gun experts prefer a hand pump over air tanks for their PCP rifles Some pumps don’t have the moisture filter so they might put water into the gun and cause damage in the long run. This issue can be handled by using the pump in a climate controlled environment where the moisture level is low
Q: How much psi should I pump for my PCP?
A: You will pump up to around 3,000 psi for many PCPs, though not all of them go that high. So – you start pumping at the point where the air is already at a very high level, and you will take it up even higher. That’s why the hand pump takes more effort than the pump that’s built into a Blue Streak.