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Item Code: BN-3862 [PY-P-409]
|Ammo Type||Cleaning pellets|
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Things I liked: They work well.
Things I would have changed: There needs to be more, double the count for the money if not triple the amount.
Things I liked: Works well for a quick clean while out shooting. I add a drop of gun oil to the first one I fire through. Works great.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
What others should know: Even with a suppressor it has a very loud report.
Things I liked: Easy to use, and well worth the few bucks for the pack.
Things I would have changed: I would make them a bit longer. They can be a pain to load sometimes.
What others should know: 100% must buy these for a new airgun. Anytime I get a new airgun, the first 5-10 shots are with these. New airguns come with oil or grease in the barrel and these will help clean up that stuff so you can shoot true. Also not a bad idea to put 2-3 thru your airgun at the end of your shooting session.
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Could these be used in a Hatsan 95..thanks
Yes. Shoot 3 at a time to keep the back pressure up to avoid damaging the piston seal.
Can you load a pellet first and then, in a break-barrel load a cleaning pellet?
I load the felt cleaning pellets first, one or two, or however many you prefer, I load a flat or dome head pellet immediately behind them. I usually shoot them into the air. I gather it, or them and inspect them for dirtiness. Will repeat until satisfied. I stop using them in my Umarex Octane. They tend to get stuck in the baffles of the SilencAir. Shooting these out is less messy and faster, my opinion. Woodys World.
Can you use quick cleaning pellets to clean a Benjamin Trail NP .22 Cal. air rifle?
We would not endorse cleaning pellets. You would need to shoot at least 3 at a time to prevent the piston seal from slamming into the air chamber end.