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    Default Unknown items.

    I got these items with a recent purchase.
    the cotton goodies i suspect are cleaning pellets?
    are they for pcp only or can i clean n springer with them as well?

    the other part was found on my suppressor. Im dumbfounded. I have no idea what this could be.



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    Dis 'n pointer
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    Hi Crafty,
    Machiel is correct, the odd thing you have is a pointer. Used in FT to make reading the ranging or clicks easier with a definitive reference point.
    The cotton cylinders are for cleaning. Don't think they should be used on their own in a Springer as they are very lite. Put a pellet behind them and shoot in a safe direction.
    Use as is in a pcp
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    Thanks.
    never too old to learn. Rifle is being set up for bench, so the pointer is gone. Will keep the cleanimg pellets.
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    If the other item was located on your moderator, it was likely being used as a mount for a 'windicator' or in laymans terms a bit of string that shows which way the wind is blowing.
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