Discussion in 'Hunter (HFT) & Field Target (FT)' started by coxley, Mar 25, 2019.
any one had a pulsar that as dumped its air over night? is it back to gun shop to get fixed?
Yes, back to the gun shop or wherever you bought it. Most rifles will lose a couple of bar over a week but not the complete reservoir overnight.
thought it was a gun shop fix cheers for reply
This can happen to any gun, O rings are pennies but cause more returns to be sorted than all the other things put together, most good shops or tuners will do something like this for £60/80 for a service.
Happened to Darren's Pulsar once. Winter 2017.
He refilled the air and it lasted around course
He refilled when got home and it held the air.
Never had a problem since.
We think there must have been a tiny bit of dust in an o ring
Or simply he got too laid back about the air (Pulsar lasts ages and ages)
My theory is he let it go below 70bar and it dumped air.
(my EV2 will do that so I keep it over 100bar)
it seems to be holding air now fingers crossed
Glad to hear it.
Don't let it put a damper on your Pulsar. It's an awesome piece of kit
It's not the first and won't be the last, I had an FTP900 I first experience this with, but with a bit more pressure left in it the seals done their bit, sometimes too little air can be the issue instead of a leak.
Glad your sorted, and for free to