New Product KapMan – Fill Port Protector

KapMan PCP Fill Protector

KapMan looks great, and protects your pcp air gun KapMan clips over the male foster / quick-disconnect fitting used to fill PCP air guns and pantball tanks.  Unlike megnetic fill caps that rely on a magnetic attraction, ours clips around the male foster fitting to hold it’s self in place.  So, how do you keep […]

Bagman Mini Tank Bag

Finally something to carry smaller tanks around in I am a big fan of the smaller high pressure tanks for convenience and portability.  Sometimes you don’t need to lug a big 88CF scba tank around just to fill your PCP airgun a few times.  When I’m not going to need a lot of air like […]

Texan .308 Airgun by Airforce Airguns – Slugging it Out

Today Gene Slugged the barrel of the texan .308, and here are the pictures…    

Texan .308 Airgun by Airforce Airguns – First Groups at 75 & 100 yards

The First groups I shot with the Airforce Texan .308 leave a lot of room for improvement.  I think the shooter can do better once I get used to the gun.  Please don’t take this as a direct reflection on the guns ability.   A few quick notes as I reflect back on after shooting […]

Texan .308 Airgun by Airforce Airguns – Quick Chroney Test with 111gr Cast Bullets

The Texan .308 with a 3000 psi fill using 111 gr. cast bullets I saw a velocity of over 1000fps  

Texan .308 Airgun by Airforce Airguns – First look Photos

If you are like us you have been waiting for the .308 Texan for a long time.  Now that it is finally started shipping, I have been searching the web and youtube for anything related to the texan .308.  I wanted more info like chroney strings, and accuracy testing.   I could not find anything […]

What to check before refilling a SCBA Tank

Prior to filling any SCBA tank, regardless of the tanks age, the person filling the tank must inspect the tank prior to filling. When you bring in your SCBA tank to a Dive shop or other fill location, they are going to check 4 or 5 things before they fill the tank. 1. They are […]

How to Fill PCP Airguns

There are three different ways you can fill your PCP airgun, ranging from low to high cost options.   PCP airguns can be filled by a high pressure hand pump, high pressure air tank, or directly from a high pressure compressor. Tell them how to fill the gun, then the different ways and effort required […]

How to tether a SCUBA or SCBA tank to your PCP airgun for prolonged shooting fun.

Normally you connect your fill adaptor to the airgun.  Then slowly open the tank valve to pressurize the gun to your desired fill level. When you finish this process, you close the tank valve, bleed off the remaining air in the lines, then finish by disconnecting the air hose.  This is standard PCP filling and […]