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Things I liked:Still made in the USA, pleasant shooting accurate air pistol. Nice adjustable trigger and sights. Quiet, recoil free, easy to use and reliable. Surprisingly long lived with minimal maintenance. Perfect for indoor practice.
Things I would have changed:The changes that I wanted back in the day were made by Daisy already!
What others should know:The Daisy 717 pistol has been around for a long time for good reason. Always a great value for the money spent, I had one back in the early 80's that I gave to a friend (who still uses it BTW). I never really found another air pistol to be so user friendly, so I purchased a new one. A pleasant surprise! Unlike so many products, this one has been improved over the years, now with an adjustable trigger made of metal (the 80's version was non adjustable and plastic). I am also pleased that the grips are now darker brown.
Things I liked:I have a FWB 65 match gun and this Daisy can shoot one hole groups all day for a fraction of what the FWB cost me years ago.
Things I would have changed:Nothing
What others should know:I don't see the need to spend the extra on the 747 with Walther barrel, this gun is super accurate.Dont be fooled into thinking because its a Daisy match accuracy isn't there...it is.Great value.
Things I liked:Bought this along with a 747. I like them both about the same. Right hand grips on the 717 and left hand grips on the 747 so I can do PPC type one hand practice, to maintain muscle tone for that type of shooting. These guns are perfect for that. I don't care what they say, these guns do not require expensive pellets. They shoot a variety of pellets with great accuracy at 15 yards.
Things I would have changed:Can't think of anything I would change. I like the heafty weight of these guns, and ease of cocking.
What others should know:The 717 had a defect from the factory and would not shoot consistent velocity. I sent it back to Daisy, and it was returned within about a week, with the defect repaired. Good Show Daisy!!