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Are these pellets any good????

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by dane_wood, May 6, 2007.

  1. dane_wood

    dane_wood Member

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    I've just recently been given some new pellets pellets to try out but am not sure whether to use them or not! They are a steel pellet with a plastic sheath around the outside. The chap who gave them to me said that they are really good for hunting. Now my major concern for not using them yet is that the plastic might leave residue in the barrel of my rifle which could affect the rifleing! Is this true?? Does anyone know anything about these pellets (i think their call proetheis) ??:confused:
     
  2. Andy

    Andy Administrative Staff Member Founder

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    [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Prometheus... i think they are made for smooth barrel guns, so yes they will foul the barrel with plastic.

    Are these the one's http://www.airgunpellets.com/promPell.htm

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    Fog Engaging Member

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    Andy is right, you can get steel pellets without plastic. I use them to feed the birds as lead in there food if eaten will kill them, steel just comes up in their pellet.
     
  4. simply james

    simply james Banned

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    i wouldnt use them pellets on a decent barrell.
     
  5. Leeman

    Leeman Busy Member

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    buy lead pellets, they are cheaper more accurate, do not listen to what the shop owners tells you....listen to your friends in the forum here:)
     
  6. a1gunner

    a1gunner Pro Poster

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    listen to mee and you will be ok

    BUY ONLY .22 LEAD PELLETS:D
     

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