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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
By Stan from USA on 2012-07-17 19:36:47Things I liked:From all of the various opinions, reviews, and my personal experience thus far, I believe these cleaning pellets offer the best option for cleaning my pellet guns. The major plus is that they are simple to use. Though pricey, I wouldn't want to be without them. For new shooters, be sure to put a lead pellet in behind the cleaning pellet when firing a cleaning shot or it will be like "dry firing" which is not good for many air guns. Some folks prefer using a cleaning rod with the felt pellets, but reviews say that using a rod can injure your air gun if you approach from the muzzle, yet, on some models, that may be your only option, so I elect to shoot the cleaning pellets out the barrel, backed by a lead pellet. I should add that I put one or two cleaning pellets with my favorite solvent (without petroleum distillates) out the barrel first, followed by a non-petroleum based lubed pellet, then a dry pellet. Remember that since air guns aren't subjected to powder residue, cleaning can be far more simplistic and less frequent, unless you're in competition and under coaching advice. I believe RWS brand offers superior quality and is a favorite of mine.
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By Joseph from USA on 2015-05-03 08:42:30Things I liked:Concept of a cleaning pellet.
Things I would have changed:Clearer instructions. I almost fired it with only one pellet. Instructions say you need 2. Didn't see that at first.
What others should know:These are hard to insert into my RWS 48. Not sure how to change this as I know you need a proper fit.
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