Any experience with the Shoebox Compressor?

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Any experience with the Shoebox Compressor?

Post by dHb » Sat Oct 06, 2012 4:38 pm

My Hammerli AR20FT will take 300 BAR and I'm thinking this my be helpful. The Hill pump is quite a workout. Comments/suggestions?
http://www.shoeboxcompressor.com/
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Re: Any experience with the Shoebox Compressor?

Post by Mac » Sat Oct 06, 2012 5:08 pm

I have no experience with it. I was on the list and my number was called, but I decided against it. For the close to $600 I would have had to put out to purchase one and get it to Canada, I figured I could fill my tanks many, many times. I figure I spent maybe $30 to $60 a year filling the tanks so it would have taken many years to pay for itself.
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Re: Any experience with the Shoebox Compressor?

Post by dHb » Sun Oct 07, 2012 10:06 am

I don't yet have a scuba tank so going with the compressor may make a little more financial sense. Or that could just be me rationalizing...
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Re: Any experience with the Shoebox Compressor?

Post by Mac » Sun Oct 07, 2012 10:29 am

If you are going to fill the guns directly, just make sure you have a way to get the moisture out of the air. The Shoebax does not come with a dryer.
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