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Things I liked: Many "kudos" for the company or individual that came up with this product! What a neat and very handy way to carry/load your pellets while hunting, target shooting or just plinking around! Loading and seating your pellets in your break-barrel has never been easier! No more "fumbling" through a pellet can again and reloading is faster than ever...Also, the clear plastic material makes it easy to confirm that your pellets are all "skirt up" to avoid any miss loads! No more carrying around "noisy" pellet cans while you're hunting!
Things I would have changed: Nothing! Well, just a minor suggestion...Make them in a "Day-Glow" translucent orange or yellow plastic for easy location, if you drop or lose one, in the grass, field or woods?
What others should know: Buy a couple of these to start with...I think you are going to really love these and want more than just one, as I did!
Things I liked: Works well with the sliding breech of my Gamo ACCU otherwise it would be a pain
What others should know: Don't waist you're money if you have a break barrel, it's not necessary, fingers work just as well.
Things I liked: You can adjust the depth of the seat. I set it for just past flush with the breach - accuracy better than ever. This is a must have for a stubborn or tight breach. My Comet turned into a great bargain once I started using this product. I had an old Beeman version, but it put it way deep inside - not wrong - but this is more modern engineering. For a tight breach don't bother trying to load it; it will crumple badly. Just pop a pellet into your hand and plug it in with your seater.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: The .177 caliber version of this did not work in my little springer. There is no breach issue and the pellets were all over the place on the target. Even just loading it seemed to cause issues. Seating .177 made totally wild shots. I think .22 is a more forgiving caliber. .177 is so little it seems to get marred and ruined. That was my experience with .22 and .177 loader\seaters.
Are there any plans to manufacture a pellet pen/seater for use with .25 cal pellets? I, for one, would make the purchase! I just bought a .25 cal break barrel rifle from you folks, for hunting, and this would come in very handy in the field.
Any problems with loading more than one pellet at a time?
Not really, it has a small restrictor at the tip of the pen that kind of "stops" the pellet before exiting. The slider also has a little indexer to give you tactile feel of how far you pushed it down and help prevent you from pushing too far.
how deep do you set the pellets?
In some cases you may want to push them down further the breach. An example would be Air Venturi Bronco. It's all about consistency so at least until it's flush with the breach but if barrel is loose enough you may want to seat them deeper. Need to experiment and see what provides the most consistent shot.
Until their flush with the breach.