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Average Customer Review3 (16 reviews)
Things I liked:An update here ... I have since found several pellets to be bigger or smaller than the average. A few were noticably bigger and had to be pressed pretty hard to be inserted into my Beeman RS2's barrel.
Things I would have changed:More uniformity in the size of pellets.
What others should know:I finally used these on my 30 yard range with some very strange results ... from 23 yards to 30 yards the groups opened up from 3/4 of an inch to 3+ inches. Many were keyholed on the target so obviously they became unstable in flight. Perhaps because of the Beeman's power. They still shoot very well in my Daisy 008 and Crosman 357.
Things I liked:The looks, the consistancy, the penetration and for sure the price. My rifle, a Beeman RS2 is sighted in for 30 yards with Beeman 10.65 Kodiac Match pellets. These seem to hit about an inch low to point of aim, which kind of surprised me as they are 1.5 grains lighter.
Things I would have changed:Maybe the container. It is cute but a pellet gets jambed in the opening from time to time. Not a big deal really ...
What others should know:I just shot a 3/4" group at 23 yards with my Beeman RS2. I wasn't able to use my usual 30 yard range and had to rig a rest out of cinder block. I wasn't completely comfortable but found out what I needed to know, these pellets are accurate out of this gun. Also they shoot real good out of my Crosman 357 and Daisy 008. All in all, a darn good all round pellet. I will test these under better conditions at 30 yards and get back. One more thing ... Pyramyd still #1!!!
Things I liked:Very inexpensive wadcutter pellets of about 7.5 grains weight. Reasonably good finish, short skirts, few deformations.
Things I would have changed: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.
What others should know: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. 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 and are cheaper than the other pellets mentioned above. Not recommended except for break-in shooting.
Compatible with Daisy Max Speed .177 Cal, 9.1 Grains, Round Nose, 100ct