CHOPERUS23: Can I ask what is the typical weight in grains of your .20 pellet please
using your device? Many thanks
The Airgun Channel: Great video! We make our own varying types of explosive pellets! We have a
few videos of us shooting them at a few different targets. It would be cool
if you checked them out and let us know what you thought!
AirGunWarriors: rweb, your methods have certainly improved since making this video and I'm
sure that you will continue to design even more unique Air-Gun Ammo
Casting/Swaging Kits as time passes! Look forward to the arrival of my
Nomad Pellet Maker Kit in .22/17-grain! Will certainly be looking into your
Nomad Pellet Maker Kit in .25/25-grains in the near future Anne should you
ever decide to make a Kit in .30 caliber or higher, I'm most definitely in!
The Commenter: Unless you buy quality ones, two 500rd tins of RWS superdome .22 cost me
£15.90 - But boy are they amazing pellets!
dcroft38: Love the way you recycle your lead. And your projectiles are really nice.
I'd love to have the .22 cal setup. What is the range you are firing those
.22's outta that 2240? Unless you are 10 feet or less from the target, That
kind of expansion is IMPOSSIBLE. I mean... come on man. Whats your max
fps.... 600fps? With a pellet that heavy. No way a 2240 will do that unless
you're firing at a sheet of steel. My modded 2240, 28gr pellets,,,,,, It's
a joke really. And My lil darling gets 540 fps
pelon198712: depends in where you live
dedicateddad: I'm interested, but... The thought of melting one-off is mind-numbing! Ever
considered making a multi-cavity mold for the "blanks" which could then be
swaged with the piston-thing?
rweb1959: @redneckchannel1 it was made on a cheap £250 chinese lathe
rweb1959: Azzbat2387- the pellets could be made lighter by either making them hollow
point or reducing the length of the pellet. I have also used a L.E.M pellet
mould but found it totally inacurate, with the pellet tumbling in flight
and having to cut off the lead spru made it a bad fit in the gun. Also
there was no hollow part at the back of the pellet. Where as with my
pellets they are swaged to make them a good fit.
rweb1959: @littlebird1969 yes i have made the moulds i thought it was quite easy to
understand, there is more detail on my other video
astar bahagia: pngn tau aj sh,
Me102288: remember those steel darts in .177 :-) they jam in rifled barrels.. your
right.....he's probably thinking smooth bore... cuz copper coat BB's are
.170 so they dot damaged the rifling :lol
TheTabellarius: You would need a forge that would strike hard enough to do it in one shot
the tip of the mould would need to be open to stop an air lock
thomas tryba: Very cool, if you dont sell them can you draw up some specs? Id like to
make one for myself
atzerath: so for one pellet you're busy for how long?
rweb1959: If you have a look on my website there is a link to buy some sample pellets
from ebay, and see the feedback from people who have tried them.
rweb1959: Sorry but I am just too busy at the moment, making the Pellet Makers to do
the samples as well. If things go quiet I will start selling the samples
rweb1959: Yes You can buy them at my website.. Free Post and packaging
Me102288: no doubt aluminium pellets are made for smooth bore barrels, hell the
little darts I have are made I some sort of steel.. "lead free" = validium
and copper coated bb's are .170cal, not .177cal. this is how most air
rifles that have rifled barrels get away with it other then that the steel
darts Jam in my rifled barrels, so assume if the gun had enough pressure it
would strip the rifling right out....thats not good
Kenny Chin: can ou make hollow points with pellets?
shane kennington: someone can use a lathe :D
rweb1959: this is the old version....look at the other videos
littlebird1969: I take it you've made the mould's ? are you keeping it secret as you don't
seem to answer people asking about it?
Teamwolf7777: Cool pellets
Flintenjocke: verry good. nice,homework rocks.
rweb1959: @MakNCheezed the pistol cost about £90 and is a crosman 2240, that i
zazueta2012: or pay 3 dlls:$ for one r,r
superzapper: Show us where air gun pellets are expensive .
rweb1959: Thanks for the advise, but to be honest I am struggling to keep up with
demand just from my website and from word of mouth at the moment. I am only
a 1 man operation
TruthTeller878: REASON & TRUTH. You are a wise salesman and inventor. Thank you for a
creating a great product! The .22 caliber airgun pellets will cost more
money when .22LR ammo becomes more difficult to find and buy! People are
going to start using airguns for target and recreation shooting so they
will not have to waste the hard to find firearm ammo ! ! ! ! !
Loek van der Drift: that are some heavy pellets;P
Matt Eagle: because sometimes free is better than cheap? I've got 6 pounds of wheel
weights in my shed- already have a life time supply of fishing sinkers
cast, and where I live, I can't shoot powder, so I don't use any on casting
bullets. I'd love this product if I was certain my gun would like the
sandrobaracchi: cool looking pellets, but it seems to me that it takes a lot of time/work
to build them. how long does it take to go through all the process?
Wisdombluetooth: how long would it take to make 500 :o
rweb1959: I Don't Think It Is expensive.. these are all hand made items not mass
produced, each one is tested before shipping and shipping costs are high.
BrassAxe: 9/23/2013 for those of us in the states who are wondering.
azzbat2387: hey i normaly cast pellets in an LEM mould using melted down pellets i like
your concept the only problem i have with both my mould and yours is the
weight as legaly have to stay sub 12fpe would you consider making a say
14-16 grain version that could be used as a template for the many air
gunners on the forums i use?
RagnarTheSniper: are you Desmond?
rweb1959: I was asked if i could make size .20 - .25 pellets. with this mould, you
can make virtually all size pellets by simply changing just 2 parts of the
mould. can also make hollow point pellets by changing one part of the mould
PyR0Star: very cool I might invest in one of these as I have buckets of lead to use
=) You can come see my custom 22 cal pellet that anyone can make with some
simple things you prolly already have in your garage. Take care!~
BloodSpawn33: Awesome but u spoke tooooo much
rweb1959: you need to look at the new videos...
Tom Robinson: I'm in the uk , if these are accurate you could sell loads of moulds over
here. Put an ad on Airgun bbs.
rweb1959: From my website "airgunpelletmaker", but I am closed until 23/9/2013
kev10song: What website did u buy this from
Raymond Bell: awesome pellets but are they really worth all that time?
Flintenjocke: verry good.
Matt Eagle: I do not think the kit is expensive either; the price of about 1 months
worth of pellets for me. Once bought, I'm certain I would save money in the
long run. However, I wish I could know for certain that my airgun was going
to like them. Pellet guns are very picky, and some pellets just won't
rweb1959: There are 2 newer kits now, the MK2 and the Nomad Kit...There is a link to
my website on the video, or on My Channel
Michael Heywood: Neat idea! Any problem with bore fouling? Looks like your just using a
couple of expended pellets as your metal. That's recycling! Assuming you
can get going on a roll, about how many can you do at a batch?