Written on: 28/01/2007 by VEVLOUIS (10 reviews written)
Many sporting goods stores have them. I have had no problems with them every time i use them in co2 pistols. Five of them were enough to go through half a bottle of 1500 BBs (read more)
Written on: 13/03/2006 by argyle86 (3 reviews written)
I use Crossman Powerlet, I never had problems with them and there cheap and easy to get at Wal-mart. I tried Daisy Powerlets before and they were harder to penetrate and also hard to get out of my guns. Also when I would puncture the Daisy's I lost a lot of co2. when I use the Crosman's very little co2 escapes in the process. I didn't know that they had oil in them too. That's another plus. (read more)
Written on: 30/12/2005 by bchandley (8 reviews written)
After using some other brands of CO2, I switched to Crosman Powerlets mainly due to the added lubricant.
This means that it gets to every part of the firing mechanism including all seals and keeps them fully maintained.
After using several through my pistol, I have found it to shoot slightly harder, giving more shots and it really does a very good job of lubricating hard to reach seals.
When bought in bulk, the cost difference is hardly anything so they are well worth the cost. (read more)