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I'd like to know how can clearing pellets that were retained in the barrel of the 85-pt

I fired the gun with the CO2 bottle almost empty and now the pellets do not come out...

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The only way I found to fix this was to break the gun down and remove the barrel. Once you do that you can use a push rod to remove the pellets. By sure to push them out the way they went in.

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