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What's in the Box
Daisy® .177 Caliber Flat-Nosed Pellets 250-Pack
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Rated 3 out of
Not As PicturedThese pellets are pictured as Daisy Quicksilver Wadcutters which haven't been around for years. What I was sold was Daisy Precision Max Wadcutters. Completely different pellet. Quicksilvers are(were) a great economy pellet that shoots quite accurately from many of the guns that I have tried them in. Precision Max shoot terribly from every gun I've tested (12+ to date)
Date published: 2016-10-14
Rated 4 out of
Good pellets for what they are and what they costI have used these pellets as well as some other cheap Daisy and Crosman bulk packed pellets with similar results. Are these match pellets? No. Do they cost $10 for 150 of them? No! These are great pellets for plinking, for "breaking in" a new air gun, letting the kids and/or friends pump 100's of rounds at cans, sticks, and other targets, and my favorite....a basis of comparison for more expensive pellets. (if the more expensive pellets don't shoot as good as these, why bother with them!) BTW, I have a Gamo Whisper that LOVES these things! Dime size groups at 18 yds. Oh, and to fix the damaged skirt problem just use a cheap ball point pen housing to reshape the skirt after you put it in your break-barrel pellet gun (or before if you have a side loader). Pretty much a "free" solution to the problem that works well.
Date published: 2014-12-28
Rated 4 out of
Not as bad as some sayI am almost 52 years old and have been shooting all kinds of airguns and other guns for over 45 years.. while the consistency of these pellets are not as good as some premier pellets, they are just fine for plinking and backyard fun. If you are shooting circles of paper, looking for perfect scores I'd recommend a higher quality more expensive product. if you cant hit soda cans, little green army men and grasshoppers with these its probably you, and not the pellets..
Date published: 2014-06-16
Rated 1 out of
At least 50% of the box I bought were not round.I'm 52 years old and I've bought a lot of ammo in my time so all I've got to say is don't waste your $1.99. It's not worth it picking out good quality pellets to shoot.