RWS Cleaning Pellets are manufactured from heavy felt. These pellets remove
dirt and lead residue from the barrel. They do not take the place of a thorough
cleaning with a rod but with regular use they will help maintain performance.
Compatibility: All .22 Pellet air guns
Material: Heavy Felt
Note: For cleaning purposes on regularly used airguns.
This is a handy little product--but I won't skip regular maintenance.
Bowling Green, Ohio
April 2, 2016
These cleaning pellets do a pretty fair job scrubbing metal foulings from barrel of my. 22s. I used 2-pellets per each time I shot them from my rifle(s). It took 5-shots..10-pellets to clean each rifle. The only downside to these RWS Cleaning Pellets is that 8-pellets out of 80 pellets were mis-shapen, short, or had a notch out of the side of the pellet. I did not use these for fear of damaging my rifle. Also, at 10-cents per pellet the cost is considerable..especially if there are mis-shapen/unusable pellets. Too bad as I like what I shot for cleaning. In addition..at 1/4" long they seemed short in length to me.
ProsUsable ones did good job.
Cons10% of pellets were unsatisfactory due to mis-shapen, short, notched.
would recommend to friend and advise him/her of pros & cons.
January 17, 2015
These work nice for a quick clean. Still follow normal routine for a complete cleaning periodically.
ProsFast and not overly priced.
ConsWish they were made heavier so you could fire only one at the time, instead of requiring two to prevent gun damage. Hard to load two at the time without other cleaning tools.
By Coon Hunter
San Diego Ca.
January 31, 2014
Great cleaning tool!
I can just pop off a few rounds and the pellets become cleaner and cleaner! Nice invention for pellet guns!
Central Point, Oregon
November 27, 2012
RWS .22 cal quick cleaning pellets
These cleaning pellets fit the bore very nice and do a good job of cleaning the bore.
ProsPellets fit the bore well
They do a good job of cleaning
They are good to keep on hand
March 7, 2007
Nice to have but a bit deceiving
Realistically, you're supposed to have a rod of some sort to properly use these as stated in the instruction manuel found inside the packaging. I simply shot a few of them out like normal pellets so I'm not sure how good a job it did but I'm sure it did something...hopefully.