CO2 Fill Adaptor

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A simple and easy way to fill your Discovery series rifle with CO2 This CO2 only fill adaptor is made exclusively for the Discovery series rifles. It consists of a C GA -320 fitting with a .825-1 4 thread, a braided stainless steel 8" hose and a female Foster fitting. This adaptor is made for use with current CO2 paintball tanks. For compressed air or Dual Fuel charging use the FAH002 adaptor.

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  • Model NumberFAH001
  • CapacityNA

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CO2 Fill Adaptor

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Don't waste your money in this filler!!

By Willy J

2013-08-15 21:56:17
Ok, so I finally had enough extra pennies laying around to spring for my first PCP gun and the Benjamin Marauder rifle it had to be! Since I am on a budget I needed to run the gun on CO2 for awhile until I could justify the jump to an air tank and trying to find a place to get it filled. I found a few paintball tanks at Wally World and picked them up and had them filled. Next I needed a fill adapter to get the CO2 into the gun. This adapter was recommended to me and "looked" like a good option and the price was fair it seemed. First thing i noticed was that the hose is Much shorter than the picture on Crosman's website. My first fill I couldn't get the tank to unscrew to purge the co2 out of the line so my only option was to pop the foster fitting off which promptly shot the oring out of it into never never land and nearly froze my fingers as the hose whipped out of my hand. Off to the hardware store to find an o-ring. 3 stores later I finally found one. New oring installed and ready for the next fill. Again the tank was nearly impossible to unscrew from the adapter, but I got it. I noticed the aluminum threads were rough and making it very hard to turn the tank. Against my better judgement I lubed the threads with some silicone grease and on the next fil the tank turned a bit easier. I thought Finally I can take this thing off the the woods and do some shooting. On the 4th fill turning the tank to release the pressure ruined the tank o-ring rendering it useless. Nice. Off the the hardware store again for an oring. This oring only lasted 2 fills and was junk. Turns out there are better ones made for paintball tanks which I had to order online since no one in town had them. Problem is they barely last till the tank is empty. After looking around I see Crosman offers a better version of is for about $75 that has a built in bleeder to release the liquid from the hose. I sure wish I would of known about this adapter before I wasted $50 hard earned bucks on this item which has done nothing but frustrate me and wishing I would of just kept on shooting my springers! Longtime story short Do Not Waste your money in this item!!!! My first experience with PCP's hasn't gone so well......

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