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Air Venturi Quick Cleaning Pellets .25 Cal, 80ct

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  • .25 caliber cleaning pellets
  • Removes dirt, debris & lead build-up
  • Ideal for any type of pellet gun

WARNING! Cleaning pellets are too light to be shot through spring guns. To use a cleaning pellet in a spring gun, use a rod to push it through.




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Item Code: BN-3870 [PY-P-410]

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Caliber.25" (6.35mm)
Ammo TypeCleaning pellets
Weight1.0gr
Quantity80

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By John from USA on 2020-02-04
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Things I liked: They fit into the breech snuggly very well. Load a lead flat head or dome pellet behind them and shoot in the air. You will be able to see them come back down. Gather it and expect if for dirt. Repeat that process if necessary. It is easy and clean way to do it.

Things I would have changed: Nothing that I can think of.

What others should know: I have these in .177, .22, and .25 calibers, loaded and shot with a flat or dome pellet behind them. I have shot these in my .177 and .22 caliber Umarex Octane air rifles, loaded with a lead flat head or dome pellet behind them. It will get caught up in the SilenceAir baffles. Shooting only lead pellets after that does clear them out of the baffles. You will see pieces of felt material exiting the barrel after 2 or 3 regular shots. I use them on all 10 of my air rifles, except my Umarex Octanes, which are the only baffled silencer air rifles. I do have bore snakes and cleaning rods. I do not shoot these by themselves. No chronograph needed for these. Woodys World.

 

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By Russ from USA on 2019-12-16
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Things I liked: I use these quick cleaning pellets after every shoot. They do an excellent job of cleaning the barrel.

Things I would have changed: Nothing.

What others should know: Nothing.

 

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By Stanley from USA on 2019-12-07
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Things I liked: Well... they seem to clean the bore well. Easy to use. Inexpensive.

Things I would have changed: Nothing. Of course I would NEVER shoot them -- but it would be interesting if they disintegrated into a cloud if one did.

What others should know: Hey, they're bore cleaning pellets! They work well. What else would you expect?

 

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  • Deter from USA asked:

    "These are not recommended for guns with silencers". What total damage can happen? Plastic pellets are not recommended, what damage about that also?

    • John from USA:

      I have loaded these in the breach, of My Umarex Octane, then loaded a flat or dome pellet behind them. These cleaning pellets did get caught up, somehow, in the SilenceAir System, and sometimes did not exit. The pellet did. Usually it would exit when I would shoot only a regular lead afterwards. You would see felt material and debris exiting also. So, I no longer shoot these with a pellet loaded be hind them. I wont even push them thru with a cleaning rod. I use my bore snake for those air rifles. I recommend that you clean those rifles barrels another way, or however you do. Woodys World.

    • Tyler from USA:

      Where are you seeing that? There's a good likelihood that if you push these through a barrel with a suppressor or shroud, they will get caught in baffles. You can certainly shoot them through these guns though, but I would hesitate to do that on a springer or gas ram with a suppressor.

  • alejandro from Colombia asked:

    WILL THESE WORK GOOD ON A SUMATRA .25?

    • Tyler from USA:

      Yes

  • joe from USA asked:

    can I use these in a bullpup gladius 25 cal

    • Tyler from USA:

      Sure

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