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Customer Reviews by Gary from USA

Daisy Powerline 953 TargetPro

Daisy Powerline 953 TargetPro Air rifle
Review entered on 2009-02-09 12:27:45

4.0 4.0

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5.0 5.0

By Gary from USA on 2009-02-09
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4.02 ratings

Things I liked: LOW cost, compared to other target rilfes. But the cost goes up $60-100 when you have to buy a diopter sight to do 10 meter competition shooting. The design lets you dry fire the rifle, to improve how you pull the trigger. This is very important for target shooters. You CANNOT dry fire a spring rifle w/o damaging the rifle. The stock is very comfortable for target shooting, although I would have preferred the forestock to be deeper (top to bottom).

Things I would have changed: Fix the trigger. The stock trigger is LOUSEY (at least mine was). The problem is simply that Daisy did not "finish" the trigger sear. There are burrs on the sear that cause the trigger to have a gritty and heavy pull. Fixing this one "problem" will greatly improve the trigger.

What others should know: This is NOT a hunter. I don't know why Daisy advertises it as one. It is a great starter/trainger rifle and a great beginner target rifle. The rifle is HEAVY compared to other rifles. This is great for target shooting, but not so great for casual carry around use by a kid. I use mine for a starter/trainer rifle with a red-dot sight. The red-dot sight is VERY easy for new shooters to use. A LOT easier than the stock sights.

Beeman Pellet Trap

Beeman Pellet Trap
Review entered on 2012-11-21 14:35:42

4.0 4.0

4.0 4.0

By Gary from USA on 2012-11-21
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0.00 ratings

Things I liked: Comparatively inexpensive, and easy to store away when not in use. For target shooting, just cut up cereal boxes to use as target backers, to get clean holes. I use target backers for all my target shooting.

Things I would have changed: Not much, for what it is.

What others should know: It is a sheet metal trap, so it is NOISY when hit. You can dampen the sound with a layer of duct seal on the outside back. The duct seal will absorb the reverberation and reduce the noise. Keep targets away from the edge of the trap. I accidentaly hit the edge of the trap, and the pellet fragments bounced back at my face, 6 meters away. So forget using multi bull targets with bulls next to the edge of the trap. For multi-bull targets I would use a larger trap. This is a sheet metal trap, if you want a trap that can take high velocity air guns w/o damage, get the Champion Heady Duty trap. Because this trap is not large, you need to make sure you have a good/safe backstop...just in case you miss the trap.

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