Air Venturi Diabolo Speedloader (.177) reviews - page 1

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By tbame from USA on 2008-05-23 20:01:16

Things I liked: $23 seems like a lot to pay for 3 plastic disks and a ring but I can't imagine loading 8 pellets in these little cylinders one-by one by hand. I've shot about 1500 rounds in the two weeks I've owned my Walther CP88. It seats the pellets well into the cylinder which minimizes jams. I've had none in 1500 rounds. It's a real time saver and worth the money.

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Overall rating:4.0

Value for money:4.0

By DAVID from USA on 2008-08-02 23:30:58

Things I liked: Using the speedloader is faster than loading the mags. individually by hand.

Things I would have changed: When you are spreading the pellets around into the individual holes it is easy to put 2 pellets into the same hole. I also think it is overpriced for what it is...4 plastic discs.

What others should know: The PA photo doesn't show it but the 4 pieces all stack into each other, and since the whole thing is just slightly larger than a Crosman Premier pellet tin it will fit in your pocket or your gun case or bag with no problem. I would have given it 5 stars if it were closer to $15.00.

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    By Bobby from USA on 2009-02-09
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    Things I liked: Easy to use & effective

    Things I would have changed: Why change anything?

    What others should know: Takes just a couple of minutes to load 7 magazines. Great.

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    By Joseph from USA on 2008-09-07
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    Things I liked: Well made. Loads pellets quick.

    Things I would have changed: Top ring should fit tighter

    What others should know: I found RWS Diabolo Basic pellets work best because of the quality of the pellet. Crosmans allway fall in facing the wrong way because some of the skirts are a tiny bit smaller than others where the RWS pellets never fall in wrong. I found you can load crosman 8 shot mags too

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    By Alan from USA on 2008-08-18
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    Things I liked: Why buy a multishot gun and have to spend most of your time loading? Just buy a single shot! This is the handiest device ever for quickly loading magazines. Works quickly and well. Takes longer to change a gas cartridge than to load seven magazines. Rarely won't load properly.

    Things I would have changed: Would really be nice to have it come in a container that would hold all of the parts. I've gone through 2 ziplocks trying to hold it all together.

    What others should know: Sure, it's a little pricey. But what a time saver...

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    By DAVID from USA on 2008-08-02
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    Things I liked: Using the speedloader is faster than loading the mags. individually by hand.

    Things I would have changed: When you are spreading the pellets around into the individual holes it is easy to put 2 pellets into the same hole. I also think it is overpriced for what it is...4 plastic discs.

    What others should know: The PA photo doesn't show it but the 4 pieces all stack into each other, and since the whole thing is just slightly larger than a Crosman Premier pellet tin it will fit in your pocket or your gun case or bag with no problem. I would have given it 5 stars if it were closer to $15.00.

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    By tbame from USA on 2008-05-23
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    Things I liked: $23 seems like a lot to pay for 3 plastic disks and a ring but I can't imagine loading 8 pellets in these little cylinders one-by one by hand. I've shot about 1500 rounds in the two weeks I've owned my Walther CP88. It seats the pellets well into the cylinder which minimizes jams. I've had none in 1500 rounds. It's a real time saver and worth the money.

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