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This depends on technique, rather than equipment; Trials riders regularly drop several feet on rigid bikes. You should use your legs to absorb the shock of landing to reduce the work done by the suspension, just as you would when jumping down from a height without a bike.
As far as physically attaching the thing, that's easy, any shrader pump should fit as long as the head is small enough to clear anything in the way. I've used a minipump to fill forks in an emergency, but it's not easy. Shocks run at much higher pressures though and I'm not sure you're going to be able to get high enough with most pumps. Some quick ...
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