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    Default 3ltr 232 or 300 bar bottles

    saw this on daystates web site......





    heres the link to that page......

    http://www.daystate.co.uk/accessories.htm

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    You'll have a hard time filling to 300 bar in SA !!

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    there are 2 diver shops in cape town offer 300bar filling.

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    300 bar tanks are great... airfills last for ever, and usually a smaller tank.
    you can get them in most of SA if you know where to go, and if not you can pump them till the compressor gives up.

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    I think most diveshops don't even fill to 232 bar, it's more like 200bar

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    is this an altitude thing?????

    no probs with 300 bar fill in dbn & cpt..........

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    I fill my bottle to 280bar - it's limit is 232 but no harm yet...

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    hhmmm............

    not only NOT to walk behind refresh.......one must also get some safety distance (5ks?) from his bottle.......hehe

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    If he don't shoot you while fingering his trigger [and commenting not to worry it's not loaded]
    Then I guess you will just be blown to hell and gone standing in the sun by his bakkie when his cylinder explodes.

    You gotta live fast to die young I guess. Alternatively shoot acupel and hang around air gunners.

    8)

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    Hennie has a (I think) 7ltr 300 bar bottle, very small and gives more fills than I imagined.
    Very convenient

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    Will 2X6L be better than 12L? or are there some of you that just think bigger is better. You would probably get the same amount of fills, but then have to refill 2 bottles instead of one.
    I was thinking that it would be much easier to handle when traveling to a shoot and would rather go for this option if the price of the two small ones is almost the same as one big one. (2nd hand)

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    Running a 6l 300 bar steel for my cz, & very impressed: small, easy to carry, & get 50+ fills ...
    *grin* the harm happens when it blows a small hole in your back pocket by failing it's hydro...

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    How big is the BAM's airtank? 0.2L?

    Boondock
    where do you get a 300BAR fill?

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    can't remenber the exact name/street....etc but here's 2 places i used to go.......

    main road towards city, good hope center on the right, AA on the left, take the very next turn/cul-de-suc on the left, big dive shop straight ahead.

    M5 towards city, take N1/milnerton t/o. at the t/l, take left, very next t/l right,...and the next right turn, follow the road, and it's on ur left

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    in cape town. filling a 300bar can be done by:

    scuba diving in strand
    diving shop in claremont

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