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Hello pneumatic speargun aficionados! I have acquired a Clipper lll and would like some advice on charging it. Does anyone know of an easy hack to adapt a foot pump for the rear thread?
Thanks
 
Hello pneumatic speargun aficionados! I have acquired a Clipper lll and would like some advice on charging it. Does anyone know of an easy hack to adapt a foot pump for the rear thread?
Thank

Hello pneumatic speargun aficionados! I have acquired a Clipper lll and would like some advice on charging it. Does anyone know of an easy hack to adapt a foot pump for the rear thread?
Thanks
Hi John, I owned a couple or 3 of those years ago. I seem to recall (???) an old cressi pump was used to charge them. I used a brass female thread to protect the thread of the pump. That piece of brass was in the plumbing section of a hardware shop. I think we brazed a truck valve into a male piece so we could use a 12 volt compressor on it. Probably dangerous now.... cheers, Adrian.
 
Hi John, I owned a couple or 3 of those years ago. I seem to recall (???) an old cressi pump was used to charge them. I used a brass female thread to protect the thread of the pump. That piece of brass was in the plumbing section of a hardware shop. I think we brazed a truck valve into a male piece so we could use a 12 volt compressor on it. Probably dangerous now.... cheers, Adrian.
Hi John, on reflection, it was mares pump for a cyrano 1100 ( that took a thousand pumps) and we were looking for a cheat way to do that. The brass plug was a from a gas fitting . It fit the clipper anyway. Cheers Adrian.
 
 
Hi John, I owned a couple or 3 of those years ago. I seem to recall (???) an old cressi pump was used to charge them. I used a brass female thread to protect the thread of the pump. That piece of brass was in the plumbing section of a hardware shop. I think we brazed a truck valve into a male piece so we could use a 12 volt compressor on it. Probably dangerous now.... cheers, Adrian.
Cheers I'll check the thread and see if something fits although I'm in Australia and it's metric, but then so is Spain... I think?
 
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