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Carrying Pellets

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by dangerdave, Jul 12, 2014.

  1. dangerdave

    dangerdave Donator

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    Hi all, being fairly new to the sport I usually go out with pockets stuffed with pellets.....

    What is a recommended way to carry pellets while hunting - peoples methods please! Or maybe pockets is most popular :)

    David
     
  2. Ganton Gunner

    Ganton Gunner Super Duper Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    a pellet pouch :)
     
  3. jolo-bolo

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    Pellet pen
     
  4. Cymru-Dave

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    I bought a wilkins pellet pouch and I'm really happy with it, with my springers and single shot PCP I find it really easy to remove pellet and load without having to fumble around.
     
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    I keep around 50 pellets in a small plastic zip bag with a spray of pellet lube on them
     
  6. dangerdave

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    Pellet lube - now then, something else to go on the shopping list !! :)
     
  7. Tang

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    Hi I was going to ask the same question. I usually fill my pockets lol. Are you the same DangerDave from the Disco3 forum?
     
  8. essex sniper

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    I just put some in my pocket and a full magazine in the gun .....dont no why anyone would take pockets full .how much do you expect to shoot lol
     
  9. Tim_B

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    Two magazines for the gun and I'm good to go - doesn't stop me taking a pellet pouch too :)

    cheers
    Tim
     
  10. Meteor62

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    Pocket has worked for me for the last 40 years
     
  11. mark112

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    My pockets will take .177 and .22 pellets with no adjustment required. Best not together though! :)
     
  12. hairyarms

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    I use a pellet pouch and hang it around my neck.I also stick a couple on a lump of blutack just behind to top turret on my scope.Another good pellet holder is lego you can store quite a few .177 pellets insde them and the clip them together. View attachment 99784
     
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    One of those rubber pellet pendants works a treat!
     

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