You simply load in the pellets in the top (about 15 pellets), insert the pellets into the breech (top of the barrel) of a break barrel rifle, close the barrel and fire.
It makes loading a break barrel rifle very quick without fiddling to pick out a single pellet out of the can.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
To load the pellet holder, you remove the plunger from the top witch is the end that has the pocket clip. Then put the pellets in from the top with the round nose going in first and the pellet skirt up. It'll hold up to 16 pellets and replace the plunger and you'll notice that the plunger sticks up pretty high and that's ok. To load the pellets into the rifle place the clear plastic pellet guide over the breach, trying to keep it centered and push the plunger gently to seat the pellet. After loading a few pellets you'll see how easy it works.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
I own this one and hardly trying to test but unfortunate not able to works with me the way as described so, Order other one which carying 20 Pellets and inserting in the right order with out any clums but are more expensive and in 100% work better than perfect.
The construction are different and better and strong so it's works!
Buying cheap then you will have the cheap and do not expect any better ways (sorry my mistake).
The 20 Pellets Loader it's just worth the money you spend for, It's working great and satisfy most anybody and no more any clums!
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
It is a simple metal tube, the inside diameter is .177 cal. You pull out the red plastic plunger and drop in about 10-12 pellets. The rubber nose piece on the other end is smaller than .177 cal. and holds them in.
Break open your air rifle and put the rubber nose of the loader against the rubber pellet holder in the breech of the rifle and push a pellet into the breech.
It requires a deft touch but you will get the hang of it after a few tries.
answered 2 years, 2 months ago