|Max Velocity||750 fps|
|Cocking Effort||2-10 pumps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger Pull||7.0 lbs|
Things I liked: The power and accuracy of this gun is more than satisfactory considering the price. It is easy to pump, lightweight, and fun to shoot. The included scope is easy to mount and functions well. Seems sturdy and well built. The accuracy is very good from 15 to about 35 or 40 feet. This would be a great transition gun for a young shooter to go from a red ryder type to a more adult gun, although this gun is also built to please the adult target or small pest shooter.
Things I would have changed: A metal receiver would be nice, but the all plastic construction makes for a lightweight gun that is easy to aim and fun to shoot. It is slightly difficult to load pellets, but a pellet pen solves this issue. I think it is a bit odd that the gun must be cocked to pump, maybe that is a safety feature, but i would not store it cocked, even tho that means leaving the air chamber empty when storing.
What others should know: The fact that the barrel is rifled means you should consider keeping this gun a dedicated pellet shooter so as not to ruin that rifling. Keep it oiled, and it will perform well. Keep in mind that the scope is not super high quality, but it is nice for what it is. Be safe and have FUN!
Things I liked: I bought this on a whim when a local brick and mortar was clearancing them post holiday for $20. The rifle works well with both pellets and bb's. Good velocity and accuracy up to 30 yards. I like that it does not have the spring piston recoil that makes those air rifles hard to shoot. Quiet enough that i can shoot at spinner targets in the backyard from the upstairs window without bothering the old lady.
Things I would have changed: The included scope was unusable. A tasco airgun scope ($7) from the same retailer was much better. You have to develop technique to load pellets, especially with scope on. Pointed or roundnose work best, the weight on the front will help them fall into place. Be careful to position the bolt do the pellets dont fall into the bb hole. Rifle does not weigh much, so hard to hold steady.
What others should know: I liked it do much that I went back and got another gor $20 and left it in the box in case this one wears out.
Things I liked: Great price, very accurate (for the price), GREAT first gun for young kids. My daughter is hitting coke cans at 80' with this rifle day one.
Things I would have changed: Loading pellets is a little challenge. If you have an optic, tryjng to drop them so they land head first in the chamber is difficult. My daughter keeps getting them down the BB loader. I think this area needs a change, perhaps like Crosmans Pumpmaster 760 has a magazine? Very pleased with the gun, but might return for the Crosman 760 due to the magazine.
What others should know: For accuracy, stick to the pellets.
Is this an airsoft gun or airgun? Also I'm kinda new to this field so I need help about how the pump mechanism works.
Hey y'all I bought one of these 880s at a Walmart in arkansas, and when I tried the scope with it fitted, it wouldn't shoot where I wanted it to. I looked up a ton of stuff and adjusted the scopes knobs by it didn't change a thing. I'm pretty upset about this and even though the iron sight is good, I have to get really close to things to be accurate. How could I fix my scope or get help
You may need to get a different scope.
Can I get a different scope for the Dasiy powerline 880.
|Max Velocity||750 fps|