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Green Pellets?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by elliot_rowley, May 12, 2007.

  1. elliot_rowley

    elliot_rowley Member

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    Are there "Green" pellets out there?

    Not made out of lead, but something like chalk/calcium.
    Or tightly packed paper wads?
     
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    Dynamics are made from tin (stannum) that's the only ones i know of without lead.
    I don't think anyone makes biodegradable pellets yet.:p
     
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    dont you watch C.S.I (or was it bones?) they had frozen beef rounds :)
     
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    No but i saw mithbusters making bullets from frozen water. :D
     
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    "Yes, Half-a-pound of 177 calibre lamb mince please......"
     
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    I once saw on a television programme , a candle being shot out of a shotgun :p. Amazing what it did to the door it was aimed at :confused:
    Wax airgun pellets made from the very hard wax you can by in art shops used for making wax seals etc could be used - just think of all the cleaning you would have to do .though.....:down:
     
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    hippy ammo

    You could,maybe,just turn some from horn or bone????
    Or shape them from molten animal hooves?????
    added Zn or Sn tip??????
    wierd s**t:)
     
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    Get some prometheus hunting pellets and paint them green ...
     

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