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Air Venturi Dust Devil Mk2 Frangible BBs - 1,500 ct.

The World's First Frangible BB - Shattering on Impact!
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The World's First Frangible BB! Dust Devil BB's burst into a fine powder when used on steel action targets, when other BB's will typically bounce back. Using a special blend of alloys, the Dust Devils shoot 10% faster than traditional steel BB's, and their unique composition creates a round BB with a reduced ricochet effect. As an added bonus, the Dust Devil features a unique folding cardboard box that doubles as a BB dispenser for fast reloads. Each box contains 1,500 BB's for months of shooting fun. Leave Ricochets in the Dust with Dust Devil BB's!!

Air Venturi Dust Devil Frangible BB's Features:
  • Shatters on Impact against steel targets
  • 10% Faster than Steel BBs
  • Low ricochet
  • Lead-Free
  • Weight: 4.35 gr
  • Quick-reload folding package
  • Count: 1,500

New Mk2 Dust Devils benefit from:

  • Tighter BB -to-BB weight variance 
  • Reduced "belly band" around the center of the BB - This aids accuracy as well as general function in many spring loaded magazines

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Specs
  • ManufacturerHellraiser
  • Caliber.177
  • Ammo TypeBBs
  • Ammo Weight4.35 grains
  • Pellet ShapeRound ball
  • Pellet Quantity1500 ct
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Average Customer Review
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4.027 Reviews
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5.0
By DavidMarch 22, 2021

Honestly, these work exactly as intended. Some guns are finicky and will only shoot steel BBs so, if they work in your trusty shooter of choice, try the Dust Devils out and shoot directly into a really hard surface like bricks, rocks or steel (not wood) so they will fragment, rather than at an angle where they may carom into an unintended target.

Pros
My Amarex Glock 19x shoots these perfectly. I use them up against a high stone wall and they virtually evaporate without a trace on impact.

Cons
They get my fingers a little dirty if I load manually so I now use an Amarex speed loader with just a drop of oil in each new loader refill to make loading smooth and jam free.

1.0
By HomerJuly 27, 2020 Verified Purchase

They do NOT shatter when shot at plywood from a few feet away with a 500 fps gun. The ricochet was recovered & it looks as if it has not been shot.

Pros
Great idea. Shatters as advertised against rocks. Sounds like a handfull of sand was tossed in the air.

Cons
Terrible quality control. Severely jammed gun after only 30 shots. Required complete teardown. While the barrel was removed, I screened about half the carton & found thirty more that wouldn't fit in the barrel. They all have a belt around the circumference. Many of the belts have burrs. The early reviews seem to have been more favorable, so their mold may be wearing out. They need to fix the mold & screen the parts, or at least tumble them to remove the burrs.

2.0
By JohnUSAJuly 12, 2020 Verified Purchase

PleSE Mk thema shatter like they are supposed to

Pros
They load ands shoot well

Cons
They do not shatter no matter what I shoot them at. Just for fun, I shot them at an old engine block. They bounced off but did not shatter. ?????

4.0
By JohnUSAMay 8, 2020 Verified Purchase

They don't bounce back as much as steel BBs.

Pros
Shoots good in my Springfield 1911 and Sig 365 model

Cons
Shooting against a stainless tabletop (sideways of course), at a close range they dent the table but don't shatter. They bounce back or off to the side. Would like to know what type of metal I must use so I could use it in my yard without the neighbor suing me because his dog ate them.

2.0
By ChristopherUSADecember 21, 2019 Verified Purchase

This ammo works as stated but should only be used in guns that dont have clips as it non uniform shape ruined on of the clips for my berreta m9 and cause the clip to have alot of miss feeds and issues after using this ammo

Cons
Will ruin clips feed lips due to the odd shape of the ammo

1.0
By Jake G.December 10, 2019

I would like to say a thing or two to the quality control inspection management, if they only bothered to leave any contact info on their boxes. These NONE-round bb's jam in just about every pistol I have tried them in. Can't say the same for rifle bb guns. Not planning on purchasing any more of these, I'll stick with stainless steel bb's instead.

Cons
Everything including the shape. Must be china.

3.0
By CharlesUSADecember 6, 2019 Verified Purchase

helpfu in sighting

1.0
By Logan USANovember 27, 2019 Verified Purchase

These bbs as they are calling them are more like pieces of gravel..not round or uniform at all and continually jam in any co2 pistol i try them in...dont buy these

Pros
None

Cons
Mis shaped and jam constantly, wont feed correctly in any gun i have tried them in.

4.0
By RobertUSAFebruary 28, 2019

Very helpful in sighting

5.0
By CarlUSAFebruary 8, 2019

Work great in my Umarex Legends Cowboy rifle.

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Has anyone tried these in a umarex mp40 or a crosman dpms sbr? I know that airgun depot says they "Might" not work but nothing definitive. They are magnetic from what I've read.

asked Ken

Case in point the powerline 880, yes it's a weak gun now - didn't use to be- but it uses a magnetic loader pin in the cocking mech, that keeps the bb from rolling out the barrel. Will these have the same attraction to magnetic retainers as well as normal steel bb's?

asked Joseph from USA

Are there any plans to have them in 22 cal?

asked Randy from USA

will these auto-feed and will rifled barrels be affected as they are with steel bb's? thank you

asked steve hodge

Can these be used to shoot pests/critters? Are they only for target practice?

asked Tommy D

Are they still magnetic?

asked Gary from USA

If I shoot them inside, is there much dust from them to clean up? Is the dust toxic or harmless?

asked JeffG

Will these make the tube and barrel of the gun dirty or will cleaning be needed?

asked Mike
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