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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By Joe from USA on 2014-01-01 03:24:08Things I liked:Not expensive. Very clean. Good way to learn what you need.
Things I would have changed:Make it so you can tell the difference between the name of the pellets.
What others should know:Don't open upside down. Don't use the turning thing, it will srew up pellets that get in the way.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
By 103David from USA on 2013-10-29 16:38:55Things I liked:They're reasonably good quality, but...not really good enough for me.
Things I would have changed:These a purchased for test purposes to pick the best weight and diameter of a series of pellets. Guess what? Although clearly labeled 4.50mm and 4.52mm, none of them are even 4.50mm. Very disappointing as these were purchased to see if Umarex cylinder magazines (for say Smith & Wesson Revolvers) could manage to not drop pellets into your pocket or onto the bench while trying to appraise accuracy. Answer: They can't. What a waste of money. To be fair, this is just as much a problem with the after-market Umarex revolver-magazines as the pellets themselves. The Umarex magazines that come with the revolver seem to work just fine. However, the aftermarket ones (I would guess) are manufactured with worn-out tooling and have oversized and inconsistant bores. Not acceptable. They do seem to be good enough for my 1954 Winchester break-barrel plinker though...mini-Coke can at 10 feet...but that's about it. Big thumbs down on this product.
What others should know:Don't buy this product.