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1-year limited warranty
List Price $55.00 Save $9.05 (16%)
Earn 46 Bullseye Bucks
|Max Velocity||750 fps|
|Cocking Effort||2-10 pumps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger Pull||7.0 lbs|
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Things I liked: I bought this a few years back, and it is a great deal for under $50. Yes, it does have a synthetic stock, but its easy to pump up, and you do not have to worry about a bad spring in the winter. 750 fps, is a very powerful rifle in this price range.
Things I would have changed: Its a daisy, and the quality is great for the price. If you want a wood stock, you will have to kick it up about $40.00
What others should know: This is what backyard plinking is all about. Set up some pop cans, and blast away and have a contest with your friends. Again, the price is great, and I would recommend this as a Christmas present. Ammo is also cheap in this caliber.
Things I liked: It s very accurate
Things I would have changed: You can't fix something that's not broken.
What others should know: Be respectful with any kind of weapon.
Things I liked: The choice of pumps needed for what power I want. Had one of these growing up as a kid, the best than and the best NOW.
Things I would have changed: I can't find anything to change.
What others should know: Very powerful please be careful. This is a very well built gun Daisy no's what there doing, thanks Daisy. Pyramid is Great.
Do the H&N Excite Smart Shot 0.177 cal, 7.4 grain, copper plated LEAD BBs work in the Daisy 880?
Yes if you load them single, like pellets. Probably from feeder also as feeder works for lead round ball.
No they would not work this rifle it has a magnetic tip on the bolt to hold the bb in place . They work best in guns with a spring loaded magazine or gravity feed.
Can i fix a scope on, if yes wich one in this website store?
Yes a Daisy 4x rifle scope , comes with mounts. This one would work #PY-A-723 a Daisy 4x Scope......
What is the cocking effort on the 880?
Well pulling the bolt back (cocking) is only about 5 pounds effort. On the other hand PUMPING (NOT cocking) effort increases with the number of pumps, though is very easy.
No cocking effort is listed only says 2 to 10 pumps. As the number of pumps increase it takes more effort. I have four of these and they are very easy to pump.I got my first one when i was 13 and had no issues pumping it.
|Max Velocity||750 fps|