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Daisy PRECISION MAX Pointed .177 Caliber Field Pellets


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Premium grade .177 caliber (4.5 mm) pointed lead airgun pellets come in an easy to carry tin. Average weight per pellet: 7.29 grains. 250 count.

  • Premium grade pointed lead airgun pellets
  • .177 caliber (4.5 mm) pellets
  • Come in easy to carry tin
Daisy® MAX SPEED™ Pointed .177 Cal. Field Pellets 2.3 5 3 3
Bad pellets from good company. "I bought these pellets becuase of the fact that the BB's I was previously using (Crossman Copperheads) were not acceptable for hunting as they wound animals far to much. So anyway, I set out looking for something that would not merely wound everything, but also needed to be cheap. When I looking around, I noticed some affordable pellets, made by Daisy, that were pointed. I tried these pellets, and, to my surprise, they did not perform very well." "I tested one of these on a "practice dove", and the dove went down. But when I tried to use one on bigger game, it wounded the animal. In conclusion, I would never use a pellet as small as these." November 9, 2008
Not the best I thought that Daisy Pellets would of been excellent pellets.Boy was I wrong they started dropping at 15 yards in my Gamo Viper when Gamo PBA pellets still wasnt dropping at 30 yards. July 11, 2008
Daisy pellets I bought a 250 tin of Daisy pellets and a 250 tin of Gamo pellets to compare in my 177. pellet gun. The Gamo were very accurate pentrated well, they shot in a quarter inch group at thirty yards. The Daisy on the other hand shot in a 2.75 inch group at thirty yards and barely pentrated. Both pellets were shot at thirty yards in Benjamin-Sheridan pellet gun. I will never buy Daisy pellets again. Carlos Dies Community,Woodville,TX September 10, 2006
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