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Estimated in-stock date 04-10-2015
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Things I liked:solid feel, smooth pumping action, decent power, extremely accurate around 20 yards, composite stock it comfortable, scope included with rifle and fires both pellets and BBs
Things I would have changed:Nothing, it's a very nice rifle for the money.
What others should know:The Daisy 901 is in my opinion the best pump pellet gun in its price bracket, it has a good solid feel where as some other rifles around the same price feel a bit on the cheap side, pumping action is positive and does not feel weak in any way, the composite stock is nice and resists dings and scratches where as wood will not. Being a multi pump type rifle you can adjust your velocity thru how much pressure you build up in the chamber, maximum of 10 pumps or you risk ruining the seals, I target shoot with mine at 8 pumps which is plenty, open sights are good and work well, the 4X32 scope supplied is not high end by any means but works just fine for the rifle. Another nice thing about the daisy 901 that its not over particular about what pellet you use in it, I've shot Daisy wad cutters, Gamo Magnums and Hunters and don't notice any difference, it's very accurate to 20/30 yards on a good day I can set 1" groupings at that range. I think the 901 is the best of best in it's price range.
Things I liked:Superb plinker and pest control rifle.
Things I would have changed:Could make it easier for us older shooters load those tiny.177 pellets into the chamber. Smaller diameter front fiber optic sight would be nice too.
What others should know:I've alway wanted a super accurate air rifle, like a Hammerli 850, but now I no longer feel the need for one... Out to 25 or so yards my Daisy 901 does everything I ask it to.
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.