Daisy Precision Max 177 Pointed 7.2 Reviews



Daisy Precision Max-177  pointed 7.2gr

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Daisy Precision Max-177 pointed 7.2gr


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Reviewer: ratite
Recommended: Recommended
Thumbs Up: 75
Thumbs Down: 63
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I like theses pellets for the decent quality and price.
They shoot and carry a good path out to 50 feet,
past that I have no fair assessment. For the penny
I paid per pellet I fill my pellet box and seen no good
reason to spend more for basic all around shooting,
Small game, nuisance bird’s targets and cans it’s a good
pellet.


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Daisy Precision Max-177 [ pointed-7.2 ]


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Reviewer: Bill
Recommended: Not Recommended
Thumbs Up: 70
Thumbs Down: 84
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Piss poor with my Beeman 1073 with .177 barrel(of course). All over the place!

.22 barrel is much better with Daisy flat-nosed Prec Max. Darn good actually.

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Daisy Precision Max-177 [ pointed-7.2 ]


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Reviewer: Can Killer
Recommended: Not Recommended
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Thumbs Down: 72
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I was sighting in my Beeman RS2 at 10 yds and did pretty good but when I took them out to 20 yds they were CRAP. They where all over the target ,and are no good for spring piston airguns.

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Daisy Precision Max-177 [ pointed-7.2 ]


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Reviewer: aspirate72
Recommended: Recommended
Thumbs Up: 92
Thumbs Down: 79
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On a bench, I was able to get a good dime sized group at 60 ft (20yds). With the target set further from that distance, I saw inaccuracy. Pellet size from the batch was fairly consistent, but they are a bit too small (hard to load sometimes). For less than a soda from a drive-thru, they aren’t that bad if you’re looking to get a starter pointed pellet.

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Daisy Precision Max-177 [ pointed-7.2 ]


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Reviewer: K Rihanek
Recommended: Not Recommended
Thumbs Up: 94
Thumbs Down: 110
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My sample of 100 pellets averaged 8.0gr (so they may be 7.9gr) These are usually the least expensive pellets you can find. This is because they are the worst pellets you can buy. The batch of 500 that I had ran small. Pellets that are too small don’t catch the rifling in the barrel and have poor accuracy. These shot poorly in my Daisy and Webley. I’ve had good experiences with Crosman, H&N and RWS pellets.