When the pump handle is pulled all the way back, the gun is cocked.
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1-year limited warranty
List Price $47.99 Save $8.00 (16%)
Earn 40 Bullseye Bucks
|Max Velocity||350 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
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Things I liked: An absolute hoot to shoot! I had one when I was a kid and I can say it is even more fun to shoot now. I'm impressed with the accuracy and power. Both seem odd to mention for an inexpensive BB gun. At 7 yards I can hit the bottom of a cat food can (about 3 inches) as fast as I can cock and shoot-every shot. Also, about half of the shots easily penetrate the bottom of the can. That seems pretty good as these cans are stout. I have a 1377 and an MK-177 that I really like, but I find that this is the air gun I tend to reach for first. Seems very solidly built.
Things I would have changed: For the price, absolutely nothing.
What others should know: Pyramyd Air service is great. Whatever you do, purchase the 10 for 10 service. It eliminates getting the rare defective unit and tells you how fast your gun is shooting versus what is claimed by the manufacturer.
Things I liked: Accuracy. I can't believe how accurate this model 25 is. It exceeded my expectations. I can easily hit a soda can from across my back yard just about every time (between 35 - 60 feet depending on where I stand). The materials (wood and metal) as well as the pump action are what intrigued me the most about this bb gun initially. But the wonderful accuracy makes this model extremely fun. For the price, I am very happy. The fit and finish is pretty good, not perfect, but again for the price my expectations were not extremely high. I find both the notch and the peep sights usable. The pump action works well and is fun. It's a little stiff out of the box but my feeling is that it will loosen up with time and use. I also really like the 50 round spring load magazine. No annoying rattling sound from the ammunition inside the gun. I also like that this gun has some heft to it due to being almost completely wood and metal (the trigger is plastic). This gun is also extremely quiet.
Things I would have changed: The quality of the wood stock seems a little cheap. I wish the wood stock felt a little more sturdy or robust, but I won't be throwing this thing around, just plinking in my back yard. Should hold up fine. I'll take wood over plastic any day!
What others should know: This gun is a bit large for younger shooters and the action probably too difficult. I takes a little muscle to cycle it. Would recommend for ages 12 and up. As a 5 foot 8 inch tall adult, I find the action easy to cycle and the size of the gun is not too small. If your expectations are reasonable I think you'll be satisfied with this cool little back yard plinker. This is not a $200 adult air rifle, and as such is not manufactured to the same specs. But it seems to be made fairly well, is made of real wood and metal, and most important it is accurate and FUN!
Things I liked: Back in the 50's my cousin had one and I would look forward to visiting him to shoot his model 25. The new ones are just as I remember that old gun. Still easy to cock and really quite accurate. Love the 50 round capacity, shoot until your arm gets tried pumping, LOL. The wooden pump handle and stock are great, so much better than plastic. As far as I can see this gun is all metal and wood, even the trigger that I thought was plastic is metal! Fun, Fun, Fun, gun to shoot.
Things I would have changed: The rear sight needs attention. The peep site, is way too small a hole. Maybe it's my old eyes, but I had to enlarge the hole to 5/64 so I could see anything through it. Now I can keep all my shots within 3" at 25 '. The "vee" notch sight is too shallow a "vee". It should have been a notch. I like the peep site better now anyway.
What others should know: This is a solid fun to shoot gun that will bring you lots of pleasure plinking or target shooting. Keep the barrel clean! I run a few Q-Tips down the barrel pushed by a bamboo Bar-B-Q skewer. You'd be surprised what dirt comes out. I think a dry barrel works best. Just oil the gun in the "Oil Here" hole on top of the barrel. I've tried the "Match Grade" BB's and regular BB's. I don't see a lot of difference in my shooting. Maybe it just me. I really like this gun.
What is the pump weight in pounds/ (I had one when I was a kid and it was HARD to pump!)
The trigger spring on my model 25 Daisy pump BB gun fell out while changing a broken stock. Need a photo on how the assembly goes back in place. The placement of the spring to the trigger please.
You can go on line to- daisy parts list- and it shows where all the parts go. It has an exploded diagram showing the parts.
What is the weight of the rifle? How hard is it to pump? (For a child)
The rifle weighs in at 3 lbs for ages 10 and older and is easy to pump.
|Max Velocity||350 fps|$16.99$14.99