Air Venturi, a leading manufacturer and importer of airgun, airsoft, and airgun ammunition brands, is introducing the Air Venturi Nomad, a 4,500-PSI portable air compressor built for the airgunner on the move.
“With the release of the Air Venturi 4500 PSI Compressor last year, we gave airgunners one of the first affordable PCP fill stations, a workhorse that could fill tanks and PCP guns alike at a much faster rate,” says Kristen Coss, marketing manager at Air Venturi, “The Nomad is positioned as a portable fill station you can take with you, and is designed for filling PCP guns directly. It won’t fill as fast as the original AV compressor, but can easily pressurize a 250cc cylinder from empty to filled in just nine minutes. If you have access to a car battery, you can fill your gun in as little as three minutes.”
According to Paul Milkovich, Air Venturi’s director of business development, the Air Venturi Nomad Compressor marks a turning point in PCP airgunning and may attract more users to PCP airguns. “Typically compressors can be heavy, large, and have to stay cooped up in the garage. With an MSRP of $549.99, our compressor puts fast, portable refills within reach, at an attractive price,” he says.
The Nomad plugs into a standard 110V outlet or attaches to a standard car battery. Once connected, it can fill PCP guns directly up to to 4,500 psi with an adjustable cut-off switch. Each compressor includes a hose with female quick disconnect fitting, integrated moisture catch, and a bleed valve.
Air Venturi is a manufacturer and exclusive importer for international airgun, ammo, and accessory companies, including: Air Arms, Ataman, Beeman, Haendler & Natermann, Hellraiser, Kral Arms, Mantis, Seneca, TSD and Western Justice. The company also carries a full line of airgun products from leading manufacturers including: AirForce, Anschutz, Benjamin, Beretta, Browning, BSA, Colt, Crosman, Diana, Daisy, Evanix, Feinwerkbau, Gamo, Hawke Optics, Smith & Wesson, Tanfoglio, Umarex, Walther, Webley, Weihrauch, Winchester and many more.
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