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Which Co2

Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by eredel, May 25, 2020.

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    eredel Engaging Member

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    Hi.....I’m running low on 12 grm Co2 and looking on Ramsbottoms I noticed their Co2 caps are cheaper than the Umarex.....are these recommended?
    I still have quite a few Crosman ones but I only put the occasional one in as they have lube in.
    Your thoughts would be appreciated.

    Eric.
     
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    No problems with any make of caplet from JSR, including their own brand - have had a few Milbro that have been a bit rough on the outside, but a quick once over with 0000 wire wool and wipe down and all's fine :up:
     
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    Ditto.
    JSR own brand, they usually send the Milbro ones. Never had a problem.
    :thumb:
     
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    Wild Bill co2 Firearm Enthusiast & FX Wildcat owner.

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    Any will do. :up:
     
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    £30ish for 100 delivered is a good price. Got my last lot off the bay. :D

    Seem fine. :thumb:
     
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    I’ve always used JSR:thumb:
     
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    I've just used 5 out of a bag of 50. Fast delivery and no problems at all
     
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    I do use the lubrication on the top of each capsule I use so all ok
     
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    The Crosman ones haven't had any lube in them for years despite what many websites claim as many are just using outdated advertising.

    The only other ones I've seen claiming to have oil in them are Decathlon's own brand ones.
     
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    Many thanks to all for your advice, much appreciated!
    The Crosman caps have been on my shelf for many years so I assume they’re the lube type so I only use an occasional one.

    Eric.
     
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    These have oil in them. Walther also do maintenance capsules with oil.

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    I knew Walter did the maintenence capsules, but these aren't meant for everyday use I believe.
    Not seen those Webley branded ones before - who sells those please?
     
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