Daisy Precision Max-22 [ pointed-14.0 ] Reviews



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Daisy Precision Max-22 pointed-14.0


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Reviewer: Guest
Recommended: Junk
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I’ve purchased 4 packages of pellets which ranged from .177 to .22 and all had issues. I called customer service AND HR at Daisy and they told me the problems were from using Crossman and the Benjamin line. This comes from some female pencil pushers. She told me that if i mail the pellets back, they will issue new ones. I asked what could be done with the critically damaged air rifle that was $200.00 . She said I need to talk to Crossman about that. I responded, ” your $3.99 pellets that were manufactured wrong with damaged or worn dies is the cause of my rifle not functioning “. NEVER again will I touch a daisy product because of such IGNORANT attitude, reasoning, and unprofessional, not knowledgeable representatives.I’ll keep the ammunition so i can speak to some attorney. I could have been hurt, right? A bystander could’ve been hurt, right? All my time and invested resources to rectify this situation has led to frustration and mental anguish. The Dasiy representative told me that Daisy doesn’t make a .22 caliber air gun. SO, I SAID TO HER, “then the .22 caliber ammo isn’t warrantied and can’t be used? ” Nowhere on the packaging does it tell the consumer that it may not work with any particular gun. My guess, they produce .22 caliber ammo to ruin the “competitor’s” .22 guns and all the.22 cal ammo produced by Daisy is a scam ?


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Daisy Precision Max-22 [ pointed-14.0 ]


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Reviewer: Skillet
Recommended: Recommended
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Well, when Daisy switched from the Spanish-made WCs to these, I was Pi**sed. I’d already had a number of my guns sighted for the Spanish pells (same as the old Gamo-Match) for years…

And then, with no warning, Daisy switches to these dirty-looking slugs.

Surprised me to learn that a good number of my airguns shoot these quite well!

If you discard the damaged skirts, these pellets will shoot pretty well. They seem to cycle well in finicky repeaters (namely my old CR model 99).

Not as good, IMO as the older design, but still not bad. Will outshoot Crosman-designed pellets in most of my .22 rifles/pistols.

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Daisy Precision Max-22 [ pointed-14.0 ]


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Reviewer: 2RCHA
Recommended: Highly Recommended
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Things I liked:Great pellet for “Plinking”, and recreational target shooting. Nice soft lead with little, or no “antimony” really grip’s the rifling, and excellent mushrooming characteristic’s for pesting, and small game. At 14gr. it’s the right weight for most sub-FAC gun’s

Things I would have changed:Go back to the Old Manufacturer

What others should know:Daisy just changed the manufacturer who makes their pellet’s, As far as I’m concerned the quality was a little bit better before the change. The Pellet is made by the same Chinese manufacturer who puts out the “Peak” brand of pellet’s, which surpass’s the Daisy point’s in all aspect’s. Cheer’s, Andy.