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Things I liked: I Like these of feeding each round into the barrel
Things I would have changed: (1) Sometimes it's hard to seat the rounds if they are copper (2) I would the cap screw on or twist on to keep it from coming loose (3) Making the attachment point on the main body
What others should know: works great
Things I liked: Handy in shirt pocket
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Fun to experiment with different seat depths.
Things I liked: This is the handiest darn tool for break barrel air rifles! Get a few of them to carry different pellets when out hunting in my shirt pocket. Can be valuable when you need a pellet for longer or shorter range on the fly. And the seater is a nice addition. It allows you to seat the pellet in the breech to the right depth for consistency and accuracy.
Things I would have changed: Make them in more calibers, like .25, 30, 357. And make one that fits them sideways to use with bolt actions!
What others should know: Not much, beyond maybe keeping them cleaned of the funk coating many pellets. Don't want that in your bore from additional sources.
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From the picture, the seater is a second op. If that is the case, do I need another seater if I buy a second pen. Or am I missing something about the assembly?
No. You may need to adjust the seater for depth with different pellets, but that's no big deal.
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.
According to US8291894 (U.S. Patent Publication No.) filed by inventor Billie John Barwick Jr., this should be possible. Ask Tom... (The blogmaster should know.)
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.