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Compressed Air Fill Stations In Swindon

Discussion in 'Tactics and Technique' started by sabatman, May 10, 2007.

  1. sabatman HEY U GUYS!!

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    Just wondering if anyone knows or anywhere in swindon or surrounding areas who can fill my bottle. Im going to a diving shop in melksham tomorrow but they said the attachments may not fit . Does anyone know if the attachments will fit??
  2. mushk1n The Guitar hero!

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    diving shops wil lnot have the correct attachments. But they will sell you a diving cylinder for around £50 - £100 for a 10 - 15L is the going rate I would imagine.

    Then all you gotta do is get a fill station of your own (£60 - £70) and your done... thats what i did anyway :)
  3. Bob www.inlinewalking.com

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    If you have the fitting (A-clamp or din fit) a dive shop will fill the tank up for you for a max of a few quid.
  4. Marcus Geezer Platinum Member

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    Confirmed. Best way to find a short term solution for filling your bottle away from a site.

    Post in wanted for a din fill rig and you should get one for about £35. Next get hold of a used scuba for about £whatever and your self sufficient, if of course you need to be. Most sites however provide air, so scuba aint always a requirement.
  5. thebigt user

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    look on ebay for a dive cylinder they go well cheap, i got 2 10L cylinders with a manafold for 80quid. only problem is that they are usually pick up only.
  6. Tom Allen TFP

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    I can make you an adaptor to fill your gun bottle at a dive shop.


    fill adaptor.jpg

    There you go.
  7. ---{RoB}--- your mum, my bed

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    could use one of them^^^^ non of the dive shops have the right attachment if i can get one for cheep will save on me buying a scuba tank as the dive shop is a 5 min drive away.
  8. thebigt user

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    in the long run it will work out cheaper to buy a dive tank.........
  9. ---{RoB}--- your mum, my bed

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    yer but they fill my air rifle tank with c02 at a 50p a go, im friends with them you see so i get it cheep, so buying a tank although it would pay off in the long run it would take a very long time to do so. bit like double glazing realy.
  10. LastChanc Worthing Halloween

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    Realise it's just out the opposite side of Swindon to you, but the only place I've found is SW Diving in Purton. You can get hold of him on 07799 430839 (name's Steve btw) though IIRC there's only fills up to 3000. Please note he doesn't have an adapter, but I've got one you can borrow if you wanna pick it up on the way through.

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