Daisy Precision Max Match .177 Cal, 7.8 gr - 500 ct $4.59
76% Recommend this product (16 of 21 responses)
September 12, 2017
Daisy Precision Max Match .177 Cal, 7.8 gr - 500 ct
I use them in my Crosman pistols at 10-15 yards to shoot spinners . They work well for this and the quality of them is much better than the pointed pellets .
July 29, 2017
great 10 meter air pistol training pellets .
They are great training pellets for 10 meter air pistol use .I shoot a Izh 46m and they shoot great out of it. When you shoot a lot you have to look at the cost of the pellets . walleworld has this pellet that you can order and have delivered to the store and you just pick it up there no shipping cost . The pellets cost 3.26 . Here if you just want to order one tin of 500 you have to pay 8.00 shipping so it makes it 12.59 for the 500 pellets .Also they have a regular price of 7.00 and cut it to 4.59 which is still over a dollar higher .
ProsGood pellets they are great for 10 meter practice at the right price .
By Ron Natali
January 2, 2017
Daisy Precision Max Match .177 Cal, 7.8 gr - 500 ct $4.59
Great pellet for all air rifles at a super price - accurate, super quality,l and no smashed or deformed ones in can
ProsGreat pellet for all air rifles at a super price - accurate, super quality,l and no smashed or deformed ones in can
August 22, 2015
These work great. The pellets aren't the hardest material, it is lead after all. But Daisy has the best price for ammo I have found. Fairly accurate.
July 8, 2015
Daisy Match Pellets
They worked very well in a Crosman Vigilante and an Umarex Browning Buckmark. :-)
ProsWork well and wwre accurate in both a Crosman Vigilante and an Umarex Browning Buckmark.
By Virgil D. Tongish
July 3, 2015
Good buy for the buck spent. Shoots good in my Ruger Air Hawk.
ProsGood pellet, Economy Price, good for plinking, Garden pests. Not for serious target shooting
June 16, 2015
Extreme Accuracy in a small package.
I really liked the Daisy Match Pellets in the 500 ct tin. This is an exceptional value for a high-quality product.
ProsVery consistent size and weight, excellent design.
By Redneck Asian
August 26, 2014
great for Crosman Vigilante
As others have recommended for the Crosman Vigilante 357's clip. It doesn't jam in the barrel or clip. I had a copperhead pellet jammed in the vigilante. This Daisy Match Pellets work great for pinging. I not sure this is good for hunting at all. It go into a tree bark, so I think it will take out a small field rat.
ProsWorks and pretty accurate for the price.
Consa small few were damaged in the container. Airgun Depot appear to package it well, so I think it is factory defects.
July 7, 2014
No defects notes and fly true. Great for target practice.
March 7, 2014
Good for Target Practice
I use these pellets for my Gamo PT 85 Blowback Pellet Pistol. If you are looking for a cheap pellets for target practice, these pellets are the way to go. Only $4.59 for 500. These are not great quality as they are soft and can be deformed
ProsGreat price! Perfect for target shooting
ConsThey are a little soft and can be deformed
September 29, 2013
Worth the money
These work fine in my Crosman 3576W CO2 revolver. I shoot empty pop cans at 30-40' and the gun/pellet combo will hit them every time unless I screw up the shot. Some of the pellet bases are deformed but they still hit the cans. I am not sure I would describe them as "Match" quality but they are a good value.
Proseconomical, plenty accurate enough for plinking, the screw-on lid is a plus. If you have ever had a slip-on lid come off unexpectedly you will know why the screw-on lid is a good thing.
Conssome deformed bases.
June 21, 2013
Be careful -- shoot safely!
Oh no! These contain LEAD -- "a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects (or other reproductive harm)"!
Jeez -- just don't put 'em in your mouth and be sure to wash your hands after handling them. For goodness sake!
ProsThey shoot well in either multi-pump or break barrel air rifles as well as in CO2 powered pistols. Consistent quality at a fair price.
ConsNo discernible negatives. A good paper punching wad-cutter design.
January 9, 2013
Good pellets. They are accurate.
ProsAccurate and inexpensive.
ConsA few deformed pellets.
By A Reasonable Person
December 23, 2012
Not adequate for 10m target practice
Very inexpensive wadcutter pellets of about 7.5 grains weight. Reasonably good finish, short skirts, some bent skirts. Unfortunately, there is significant size variance. In the Beeman P17, Benjamin Trail and Ruger Blackhawk in which I have used them, few fit snugly, most fit loosely and some fall straight through the barrel from the breech in the course of loading. Also, I found 10 pellets missing a semi-circular piece about 2 mm in diameter from the skirt edge. Grouping is much coarser and fliers much more frequent than with Beeman coated, Crosman competition and RWS Basic wadcutters. The flight of some of these Daisies is downright erratic. Perhaps the bore dimensions of Daisy airguns are tighter?
Not recommended except for break-in shooting.
ConsVery inconsistent performance. While the price was right, the quality was not there for 10m target shooting. Might be okay for plinking large items such as plastic bottles. I have relegated them to break-in shooting for new airguns, for which purpose they get the job done (so long as you can keep your mind from minding the pellets wandering where they will go to,) and are cheaper than the much more consistent inexpensive pellets mentioned above.
May 3, 2012
Great for break in periods and cheap plinking.
ProsCheap, great for break ins.
ConsNot the most consistent or accurate
san francisco california
April 26, 2012
Great price, out of 500 pellets I had about 15 that were bad out of the tin, They are not as wide as some other makers. Good target shooting pellet.
ProsGreat price, I also like to purchase pellets made from a larger maker I am familiar with.
San Francisco, CA
January 26, 2012
Best deal for pellets
Totally usable and all around great buy! I like other brands better for specific applications; but for practice and having fun, you can't beat these.
ProsBest cost bar none.
ConsYou find bent pellets more often, but not a big deal.
By Jason-ex Army Sniper
August 3, 2008
I bought these pellets for plinking. For $5.00, you cant go wrong, i havent had any deformed or reject pellets. For the most part, being target pellets, they perform great.
June 15, 2008
good price for plinking.
Nice batch of mostly accurate pellets.
By RIFLE MAN
May 24, 2008
I have a gamo shadow 1000 and these pellets are very small compared to the gamo pellets and when cocking they fall out. therefore dry firing the gun. But they are the cheapest pellets availiable.