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Average Customer Review5 (42 reviews)
Things I liked:I can see how this would be useful in the field, hunting and such, but... Make it out of metal so it could survive hip-pocket-sitting scenarios.
Things I would have changed:Desperately would need to be made of metal for field use. While the transparent plastic serves an adequate purpose in the safe and sane environment of the target range, the survivability in the field would be less than a chipmunk at a coyote convention. But honestly, in the world of the target range, loading a few pellets into this is more trouble than just hauling the little things out of the tin, and loading them into the piece one by one. Loose the whole lanyard impedimentia, please. That's why they invented shirt pockets But...
What others should know:Oddly enough, the pellet-seating widget works almost okay, particularly when trying to seat a pellet square into a biased breech barrel such as a Webley Tempest. Would still like to see metal here, though. What really needs be done is someone to sit down and do some serious R&D type thought to bring a potentially good product to the reality of a good product.
Things I liked:I use this to help teach my kids the importance of consistency going hand in hand with accuracy.
Things I would have changed:Nothing
What others should know:Works very well in break barrels where seating pellets the same each time helps improve accuracy.
Things I liked:If you shoot spring piston air rifles you know how picky they are about every aspect of operation. This has been a great tool for consistently seating pellets as well as removing one of the variables associated with the operation of my spring air guns. Along with helping with the retentive aspects of air gunning it saves on the wear and tear on your thumb during those extended shooting sessions. It has made my loading routine quick, accurate and consistent.
Things I would have changed:It would be nice to have some sort of numbered dial on the pellet seater. That would be helpful when using it with different guns and/or different size pellets. I can be obsessive about these things :)
What others should know:Admittedly it has a learning curve. It may take a while to get used to it but your time working with it will be time well spent. At first I had some issues with loading two pellets at a time. I never have gotten used to the lanyard but I haven’t had the opportunity to try it in the field either. I will give it a go this spring. My Air Venturi Bronco (slower fps gun) likes the pellets to be deeply seated. My RWS Diana 34 and Crosman Quest (faster fps guns) seem to work best with a nearly flush to VERY slightly seated pellet. Experiment….go ahead and give it a try!
Compatible with Pellet Pen and Pellet Seater, Loads & Seats .177 Pellets