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Suggestion for preserving pellets

October 28 2007 at 5:44 PM
  (Login jimjambo)
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I use a Food Saver vacuum packer at home to preserve a lot of fruits and vegetables that I grow on my property. Today I used it to preserve some new .177 CPH 10.5 grain, Die number 8. Sprayed a little lube in there, and presto!! Air tight until I need to use them. Works like a charm, doesn't crush them in any way, and keeps them from oxidizing.




 
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Ian E.
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Now that's a stash,

October 28 2007, 5:52 PM 

tha'll last forever if you don't open them up.
Hey Jim, are you making like a squirrel? LOL
Stashing away for later?

Ian

 
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(Login jimjambo)
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Well, I was just packaging some mulberries and raspberries, and

October 28 2007, 7:40 PM 

Thought I'd give the pellets a try. I had just washed and lubed them, and wanted to keep them "looking pretty".... I just got a bunch of 4.53 JSB's from somebody....can't remember who....maybe those are next!

 
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(Login clasicalgas)
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How do you use mullberries? Our tree is loaded most of the summer

October 29 2007, 12:27 PM 

we eat them out of hand,but those stems stay with the fruit,not good in a pie....

 
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(Login Allan_SA)
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That wont work for me

October 28 2007, 6:00 PM 

No sooner will I be sealing then i will be tearing them open.

I go through pellets that it scares me some times

 
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Jim
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shoulda thrown in a pork chop

October 28 2007, 6:03 PM 

or two. Nice idea..

 
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(Login verminstalker)
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Another Idea

October 28 2007, 9:36 PM 

Instead of the bags, I use the Food Saver canisters with the vacuum seal lids.  After getting the pellets you want to shoot, out of the canister, just pop the lid back on and reseal.

 
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