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Daisy Precision Max Pointed .177 Cal, 7.2 gr - 250 ct

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The Daisy Max Precision Pointed Pellet is ideal for target shooting or just plain plinking. The extremely low price is excellent due to the superior quality of these pellets. The best choice for the budget-minded shooter.
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Specs
  • ManufacturerDaisy
  • Caliber.177
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • Ammo Weight7.2 grains
  • Pellet ShapePointed
  • Pellet Quantity250 ct
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Average Customer Review
3.3
3.523 Reviews
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1.0
By MichaelMay 11, 2021

I wished I had read these reviews prior to buying. Not that I am out a lot of money, but not sure how Daisy can call these precision max? As many others have commented here, using my hi velocity crossman optimus air rifle the pellets are all over the place at 25 yards. Up, down, left and right just totally random flight paths. I did some ballistic tests with the daisy vs the RWS R 10 match. With open sights, I get about a 12 inch spread with the daisy pellets and a 1 1/2 inch group with RWS. Do yourself a favor and spend the extra money for a better pellet

Pros
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah nothing?

Cons
very poor accuracy even at 25 yards. I would rate zero stars if I could

2.0
By Waldo1985September 25, 2020

I bought these cheap and decided to give them a try. They are consistent in size, way better than Crosman premium 7.4g pointed. Shooting Winchester round nose, I am shooting a group smaller than a quarter at 30 yards. These Daisy Precision Max pellets are not even on the paper. Probably do great in a lower powered rifle but don’t do good out of my nitro piston.

Pros
The ones I bought were consistent in size

Cons
Not accurate out of a nitro piston rifle

5.0
By walterUSAAugust 3, 2017

Shot eight tins and not even one jammed. This 2000 rounds.

3.0
By worleyUSAFebruary 10, 2017

Precision Max Pointed is not a bad pellet, depends on the type of air gun shooting them. They are rather light for high power riffles. I've not had very good luck with pointed pellets of any brand in high power riffles.For me hollow points and round head pellets of heaver weight work best over 800 ft per sec. Precision max pointed works very well in all my co/2 and break barrel pistols.

1.0
By RuntNovember 24, 2015

I bought these to use as low price plinking ammo. They're too light to shoot well in my Bone Collector, so I wasn't expecting the same performance as I'd get from a heavier more expensive pellet. As expected, accuracy is pretty poor in a high power rifle. However, the biggest problem is that loading became a chore. Every pellet in the tin I opened was slightly smaller in diameter than the breech. Therefore, unless I was careful, the pellet would fall out while I tried to close the action. I thought it might just be the Bone Collector so I tried these pellets with an older springer with the same results. Either standard .177 pellets are slightly larger than .177" or these pellets are slightly smaller. Either way, their inability to seat firmly in the breech of my rifles makes them pretty useless. I'm going to try them in a Crosman Vigilante revolver to see if they work better. However, if they fit as loosely in the Vigilante clip as they did in my springers, I expect I'll be clearing some jams.

Pros
Inexpensive pellets if you happen to own a .170 caliber air gun. Otherwise, maybe they can be pinched onto fishing line.

Cons
Only half of the product name is accurate - they are made by Daisy and they are pointed pellets. However, they are neither exemplars of precision nor are they .177 caliber.

3.0
By ArinUSAFebruary 14, 2015

Im using the gamo hornet It could be better, about 10 yards its very accurate the farther the worse and some just go wherever they want

Pros
Very accurate if less then 10 yards

Cons
Horrible long distance Pellets go random directions at times

5.0
By JamesUSAJune 12, 2014

These will be my plinking ammo of choice for bouncing cans and random targets! They are inexpensive and shot surprisingly well through my Gamo Bull Whisper BC. Giving about 5/8" groups at 25 yards. Heck a little more testing it may just be my "all the time" pellet Best groups I have gotten with anything is just a hair under 1/2 inch and those pellets cost about five times as much and the next runner up was a 1/2 inch as well and cost about 2.5 times as much so these may just be THE pick.

Pros
good tin, great accuracy, wonderful pricing!!

Cons
little dirty, not nice and shiny (who cares they WORK)

3.0
By joshuaUSAJanuary 9, 2014

pellets are dirty inconsistent in shape

Pros
price

Cons
not shaped well

1.0
By Mendoza R.February 5, 2013

I had been shooting Crosman pointed pellets from my 1200 FPS Mendoza rifle with great success. I had no problems hitting quarters at 20 yards. I ran out and picked up a pack of these to try out. They are all over the place. Accuracy is horrible, unless you are within 10 yards. Most of the skirts of the pellets were rough looking and the fitment in the barrel seemed to change every pellet. These pellets might be fine for a 600fps gun but if you have a break barrel I would go with the Crosman pointed pellets over these in a minute. Very disappointed with them.

Pros
Cheap

Cons
Very inaccurate with high velocity rifle.

1.0
By EdwardUSADecember 10, 2012

I have a Gamo Silent Stalker 1200-1300 fps and these pellets were terrible! I couldn't get my scope sighted in even from 15 yards. I've had much better results with the Crosman hollowpoint.

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What is the ballistics coefficient for the Daisy Max Precision pointed pellet .177 cal?

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