The old daisy pointed .22 walmart use to sell was my qb78-79 and B-26 favorite pellets shooting dead on. The new ones which is a tad harder is only good for making fishing weights with same air rifles. [/u]
Wow, I have never seen anything like this. I have shot two kinds of pellets through my new Crosman Blaze nitro, the Cosman pointed and Daisy flatpoints. The Crosmans shot into about 1.5 inches at 25 yards and the Daisy flatpoints did just a little worse. Both were good enough for hitting the 2 inch spinner.I finished off the 250 Daisy flatpoints and most of the 500 Crosmans so I grabbed 1,000 of the Daisy pointed since they had them at Wallyworld cheap. I can't get 3 out of 5 on the 12 inch by 18 inch target backer. Just to verify, I put 5 Crosmans into a little over and inch on the same target, so it wasn't me or the gun. I found that the skirt was getting dinged up by closing the barrel. I would open the barrel after closing it and the skirt was dinged. I then used a pen to seat the pellets 1/4 inch or so into the chamber and things got better, 5 into about a 10 inch circle. I do not have to seat the Crosmans or the Daisy flatpoints this way, just push them in with my finger and shoot.I tried them in my 880 and they did better, about 6 inches at 25 yards, but that's still not good enough to hit the spinner even at 10 yards, I'm not real fond of pumping the thing, and it takes longer to get a pellet into the chamber of that thing than it does to pump it up.