Have you ever just finally hit the wall about a certain subject? Finally said enough is enough? Well that's what happened with me this past month.
Getting HPA here locally has been becoming more, and more problematic. I have been getting around the issue by taking a tank with me when I visit California, every couple of months, and have it filled there. Well, the last couple of times I did that, the shop where I would normally get my 4500 psi fills, could only get me to 3600/3800 psi. Why, because the girl working in the SCUBA department doesn't know how to run the compressor, in order to get it up to 4500 psi, and she's afraid to try.
I tend to be a pretty independent kinda guy, and I typically march to the beat of my own drum. Over the years, that approach has stood me in pretty good stead. Today, I made an executive decision to get my own 4500 psi air compressor. After doing a bunch of research, I decided to go with one of the Omega Pneumatics - EZ - Fill 4500 units.
For my typical level of usage, I think this unit will be just about perfect. No more worrying about conserving air, because I don't know when, for sure, I'll be able to get more. FREE AT LAST, FREE AT LAST.
It has already shipped, and will be here next Wednesday. Perfect timing. I have a bunch of gun projects that I'm going to be working on. The National Forest Service has just opened the gates to the area that I like to shoot and hunt in, so I'm good to go there. I've got a bunch of pellet testing to do, as well as re-sight several rifles where I've done some scope swapping. Lots of air usage in the future. When it comes to my HPA air needs, it's going to be so nice to be totally independent from here on out.
I purchased the unit from Precision Airguns and Supplies. They have a great reputation for customer service, and they shipped the unit within an hour of my placing the order.
Next Wednesday is going to be like an early Christmas. I can hardly wait to get the unit set up, top off my tanks, and start shooting. More to follow.
Credit for the photo goes to Precision Airguns and Supplies. I swiped it from their site. Since I bought a unit from them, I didn't think they would mind.
Until next time, thanks for reading.