Things I liked: Cheap. Has three different kinds of pellets.
Things I would have changed: They are dirty. Inaccurate. This packaging is not convenient.
What others should know: These are the worst pellets I have used. You can find them super cheap, but they go all over the place. The pointed ones are the worst of the bunch. I just cannot understand a well known brand like Daisy would put there name on these things. I have a IZH-61 and a Crosman 66 (cheap pump action). It works better on the crossman, but really pay a couple bucks more if you want to have fun. Cheap is pointless if it is so inconsistant as to never be sure if you missed due to the pellet or skill.
Things I liked: Good variety. Good Price.
Things I would have changed: Quality and consistency is not good. Magnums may not fit in all guns.
What others should know: The Hunters were the best for me (and appear to be the most well made). The match ones were crudely made and the masterpoints jammed my guns occassionally. The magnums didn't fit in my guns at all so they were a complete waste. I have an IZH-61 and a cheap crosman 66 (similar to the 760). Still, these are a heck of a lot better than Daisy pellets.
Things I liked: I have the new version with the plastic receiver and 1 way trigger. It still feels rugged. Repeater function is great. Looks cool. Easy to cock. Trigger is OK.
Things I would have changed: The clips are poorly made and inconsistant. You will get different performance out of different ones. I had to sand and smooth out mine. The gun is pretty greasy and dirty out of the box. The pin securing the bolt? switch keeps working loose and I have to push it back in all the time.
What others should know: I read a lot about how great this gun was. It is pretty good for the price. It is picky about which type of pellet it uses. I only use cheap pellets. I found Crosman Destroyers work well. Gamo Hunters are ok too. The cheapest Crosman scope works well with it. Mounts with no problems and adjust low enough to sight just right.