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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
By Andrew from Canada on 2010-12-25 10:29:03Things I liked:Well, It look's like Daisy went and changed their pellet design again, but this time for the better. The pellet's lead composition has changed, as well as the pellet's design, Gone is the overly graphiteized , and soft lead composition. It seems that a little more antimony is being used, and the skirt is sloped much like a Crosman Premeir to the head of the round. The skirts are a tad thicker, and very uniform now. On the range, these pellet's are surprisingly accurate now,much more so than the old design, and like before one of the most inexpensive pellets you can purchase, Plink all day with out spending alot of money.
Things I would have changed:In all honesty, Not a thing,,Thank's Daisy, for listening to your customer's. Two thumbs up!
What others should know:Guy's, These are definately not your Dad's "Daisy's. If you haven't tried these out for a while, I urge you to give them another try, You'll be pleasantly surprised. At 14gr,. they're the right weight for most sub-FAC a/g's. I'm getting excellent groupings on the range, and they don't turn your fingers black after 10 minutes of shooting. I will put these round's to the test in the new year on my next JackRabbit hunt, and will follow up with another review. Cheer's, and Happy Huntin', Andy.
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By KEVIN from USA on 2013-04-23 16:48:36Things I liked:Cheapest 22 pellet avalable makes them a perfect choice for braking in a new barrel. Just dont expect them to have any real accuracy beyond 30 yards.
Things I would have changed:These are the dirtyest, most deformed pellets I have ever seen. I have a can in .177 that were horrible. For some reason, I thought I'd give them another try, this time in .22 cal. NOPE. They were WORSE than the .177's! Deformed skirts are the NORM. It took me 120 pellets sorted through and hand picked to find 10 good ones for accuracy potential. (Still not that great, even when hand picked) I done this in both the .177 pile I had for the Crosman 760, and the .22's I just got in for my new Crosman Nitro Venom rifle I just got from Pyramid. The BEST hand picked, washed pick of the litter with a clean barrel 5 shot group I got with these at 30 yards was 2.75". I then shot a UNSORTED group, just picking pellets randomly out of the tin, and got a 4.9" shot group. :-/ I then switched to the Eun Jin .22 Cal. 32.4 Grain pointed pellet without cleaning the barrel and fired a 5 shot 1.25" group!