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Things I liked:I got this as a back door plinker that my wife and son could use. Its easy to pump, and its pretty quiet. It only needs 3 pumps to hit targets at 25 yards, and it shoots fine with inexpensive pellets. The stock has a good feel, and its easy to shoot. You cannot beat it for the money.
Things I would have changed:Nothing.
What others should know:Everyone needs a pump up plinker, even if your main airgun is a high end springer, or PCP. Its inexpensive and will last forever.
Things I liked:It has a heavier plastic frame build than the Powerline 880. The rifle has good power that can rival more expensive break barrel air rifles, with the accuracy that can trump more expensive break barrel air rifles. These rifles can group tighter than 1/2 in., or hit tiny acorns... or even hit its' own holes at 20yds., rested shots. Powerline models 901 and 880 are excellent for removing European house sparrow and starlings out to 30yds. at least. Also great for dispatching a chipmunk overpopulation.
Things I would have changed:Offer this rifle with an included 3-9x32 scope and dovetail extra high mounts. It really helps to bring out the very best of this rifle's accuracy.
What others should know:Shoot lead pellets only! Hard metal BB's are no good for accuracy or the barrel rifling inside! I slip the plastic front sight piece off the barrel shroud exposing the thin, wire like barrel. I then wrap a piece of electrical tape just once around the barrel where the front sight piece will snap back onto. I believe that helps to stabilize the barrel underneath the shroud, during the air discharge when firing. I've found several kinds of pellets that work well: Beeman coated HP, Crosman Premier HP, RWS Superdome, JSB, Daisy Flat Nose, H&N FTT, etc. It's hard to beat these Daisy Powerlines for the money! If your Powerline starts losing air right after being pumped up, it's probably time to correctly oil the seals, not throw it away. It will hold air again after that (unless you truly have old or bad seals). I made that mistake the first time around with my first Powerline. Follow the proper instructions, and your Powerline should last quite some time to come.
Things I liked:Accuracy, power, easy to use, looks and derabelity
Things I would have changed:a larger bb reservoir
What others should know:fun gun you should get one
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