Greetings all, been a while.
Anyway, has anyone got any ideas for a way to hold pellets on your rifle ready for use? I have a single shot S400, and seeing as most of my shooting is down lying down, sniping, I need something practical and ergonomical. Any ideas?
If your lying down then why dont you just have an open tin at the side of your gun??!!Originally Posted by SniperEagle
Cos that's not practical when hunting.
Why not??Originally Posted by SniperEagle
used to keep pellets for my .22 in the butt pad holes !
if you have the rubber strip on the buttstock like on gamo guns, you can put pellets in there it is very usefull. it holds like 10 on each side. i think theyre only on the synthetic stock ones
or you can just drill like 10 holes in a peice of foam and strap it to the gun..
I use my MK3 as a single shot gun when hunting and use one of these http://www.airgunbbs.com/forums/showthread.php?t=127790 .
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Originally Posted by kev hughes
I use my Rapid in single shot when HFT'ing I too use one of these http://www.airgunbbs.com/forums/showthread.php?t=127790 , except I normally leave it in the car and wander around with a tin of pellets wondering what I did with it
I'm telling you it moved!
What about those pads people stick to the other sides of their stocks...the ones you push pellets into?
Youn mean blue tak ??!Originally Posted by SniperEagle
Buy/borrow/steal a bit of felt, some glue and a Velcro set. Cut and glue togeher a felt pouch of a size to suit (Blue Peter style), add a bit of Velcro to hold it closed and to attach it to the rifle stock, job's a good un - better than hanging a lady's purse round your neck
Get a piece of pipe lagging, big enough to fit into one of the gaps on you scope.
Tape it on so it doesn't fall off.
With a sharp pair of scissors, snip small slits into the outside.
Push you pellets into it.
Camo the foam if you don't like the colour.
Can usually hold 8-10 per line, the longer the foam, the more pellets it holds.
When you've used the outer ones, twist/slide it round to see the others.
Cost = £0 find a skip!
This idea will cost you nothing http://air_guns.tripod.com/pelletholder.htm
This type is what I think you mean http://www.airgunexpress.com/phillipspelletholder.htm
or maybee here http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~targetts/pricelis.htm scroll down to pellet holder