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Air gun easy loader

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I was trying to make my loader easier to make using less parts and here it is:
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aF1zqAbA1Rc]YouTube - Pneumatic loader[/ame]
 
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Though i do not use air gun but still nice idea...

All best
 
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This is the loader at the last video:



I think it is the simplest solution possible. I use it when loading the pneumatic at more than 20 bars with 6,5 mm shaft to prevent bending or when I could not load the gun from some reason (muscular pain, shoulder pain).
 
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This is the work of my son. Hi made this loader similar to one of my previous loaders. Hi solved the problem of attaching the loader to the gun on only one side of the gun what works good.


 
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Here is how was made the latest loader. It was made by my son Marko.
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qu8lVy5BTSA]YouTube - Pneumatic loader - stainless steel loader for pneumatic speargun (how it is made)[/ame]
 
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I have always used very long airguns, but never felt the need to do something like that.
 
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Hola Tromit! Estoy impresionado con tu trabajo y el de tu hijo.
Es posible adquirir vuestro cargador.
Vivo en España y me interesaria comprar uno.
Un saludo
 
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I am interested in your magazine.
I was very impressed by your work and I would like to try it.
I live in Spain.
It is possible??
Thanks and regards
 
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I am testing the loader that Marko made for Cyrano 110.



It could be used with pneumatic guns of any size.
This loader could be used also like that one in a thread #41. That way is more convenient when the loader should be used with several guns of different length. Than it is possible to pull out just the necessary length of the spectra according to the length of the spear.
 
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That is my loader!
How nice! I like how it has been!
I am willing to try.
A few atmospheres can I use? to 25? 30?
Thank you very much for everything. You are very professional.
 
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That is my loader!
How nice! I like how it has been!
I am willing to try.
A few atmospheres can I use? to 25? 30?
Thank you very much for everything. You are very professional.

Because you have Cyranos (110, 970 ...) without a vacuum system you might use it on 30 atmospheres with 7 mm shaft or 25 atmospheres if you use 6,5 mm shaft. You could use it on more than 30 atmospheres but it would not be good for the gun. If you had a Tomba on your Cyrano 110, 24 atmospheres would be OK for 7 mm and 20 atmospheres for 6,5 mm shaft. Look at this video to see how to use the loader with different size guns:

You could pull out only the necessary length of spectra.
Cheers, tromic
 
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Tromic your designs obviously give you hours of enjoyment, forever perfecting you designs must be really satisfying.
 
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Tromic your designs obviously give you hours of enjoyment, forever perfecting you designs must be really satisfying.
Yes, you are right foxfish. I was trying to find easier way of attaching the loader to the gun, also easier to make. I think this is what I was looking for. Easy to make, easy to attach to any gun. It was just not easy find out how to do that.
Cheer and Happy New Year to you and to all other members, tromic
 
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Might be useful. Made by Italian "Tekel" who made his version of Easy Loader.
 
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Another way of attaching the loader.

 
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Expanding the possibilities of Easy loader. No wraps of spectra round the shaft are necessary, what makes loading of free shaft convenient too. Also safe unloading is possible.

[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3k-WbYQPhrU"]YouTube - Easy Loader.wmv[/ame]

Cyrano 1100, on 18 bar, 6,5 mm shaft.
 
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This is Omer's new loader:
 

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Simply preventing the winch to turn back:
 

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