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Daisy Powerline Model 35 air rifle


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  • Daisy Powerline 35 air rifle
  • Multi-pump pneumatic
  • 3-10 pumps (never more than 10)
  • 50-shot BB repeater
  • Single-shot pellet shooter
  • Fixed front sight
  • Fully adjustable rear sight
  • 11mm optics dovetail
  • Manual safety
  • Black ambidextrous synthetic stock
  • Textured pistol grip and forearm
  • 274 yds max shooting distance

Less than 3 lbs., it's a great starter air rifle. The Daisy Powerline model 35 BB gun takes 3 to 10 pumps to send BBs up to 625 fps (pellets=605 fps). The texture on the grip and pump handle make it that much easier to get a grip and stay on target. Ideal for plinking and target shooting. It's so light that you can shoot all day! Suitable for younger shooters (with adult supervision) and smaller adults. The shooter and everyone in the range area should wear safety glasses when guns are present. Remember to remove all pets from the shooting area, as they may become excited. Plus, steel BBs can ricochet and could bounce back and hit them. Never shoot steel BBs at hard objects (metal plates, falling plates, etc.) or water, as both increase the chances of ricochet. Lead pellets can also ricochet, but not as often as BBs.

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Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity625 fpsMeasured with 5.1 gr ammo
Overall Length34.5"
Shot Capacity50
Cocking Effort3-10 pumps
Front SightBlade and Ramp
Rear SightAdjustable for windage and elevation
Scopeable11mm dovetail
Suggested forPlinking/Fun
PowerplantMulti-pump pneumatic
Body TypeRifle
Weight2.25 lbs

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By micheal from USA on 2015-06-10
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Things I liked: light weight, and easy to handle, good to teach youngsters how to shoot a rifle.

Things I would have changed: accuracy, trigger pull, and the stock, and make the stock from wood.

What others should know: some people say that you can not mount a scope on a pump pneumatic, and i found out i that you can. you and mount scope rings as long as you have a filler, meaning pulling two strips of tape or duck tape. other wise the accuracy is ok, i have not found the best pellet to use for this gun, i got a 2 / 3 in group at 15 yards. the pellets were crosmen hunting pellets.

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By Scott from USA on 2014-04-17
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Things I liked: The feel is solid, not cheap like you might think a mostly-plastic gun would feel. It seems to be high-quality and durable. I have shot only about 200 rounds so far, but I am impressed to this point.

Things I would have changed: Rifled barrel would be nice. But if you want that, you could get a Daisy 880.

What others should know: When I first shot this gun I was disappointed because I was shooting Copperhead BB's. They were all over the place. I was getting 6-inch groups at 20 feet. I had no idea where the BB was going to hit. I almost returned the gun. Then I tried Daisy BB's and noticed that they were hitting in smaller groups. I read some good reviews about the Crosman Destroyer pellets in this gun and tried those. This morning I sited in the iron sites at 21 feet with the pellets, and this gun performed perfectly. I used 6 pumps to site it in, then tried a pellet at 10 pumps. Perfect. Just for fun I put in a Daisy BB again and it hit exactly where I pointed it. The BB penetrated further than the pellet through the magazines I was using as a backdrop. All in all I would recommend this gun. It is fun and powerful. Just use the right ammo. I have also read that the Crosman wadcutters are good in it too. I am glad I didn't give up with the Copperhead BB's. Do not use Copperhead BB's in this gun.

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By LT1Silverhawk from USA on 2013-07-07
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Things I liked: Can use both pellets and BBs. Light weight. One of the easiest guns to pump. Good sights. Fairly accurate. The trigger and loading setup is exactly the same as the Powerline 880, so as the user grows older, moving up to the 880 should feel natural. Good size for 10 and up.

Things I would have changed: Offer something with a slightly shorter stock for the under 10 users. An easier way to load pellets would be great.

What others should know: This rifle was purchased along with a Crosman Pumpmaster 760 for an 11 and a 7 year old, respectively. I tried them both out and here are my observations. The Daisy 35 is slightly longer then than the Crosman (34.50" vs 33.50"), and tad heavier (3.1 lb vs 2.75 lb), but they both handle about the same. They have the same power. The Daisy holds more BBs than the Crosman (50 vs 18). BBs are much easier to load in the Daisy than in the Crosman, which requires one to hold the gun facing down, shake it by twisting the wrist to let the BBs fall in, and then lock them in place before loading the next shot. Loading a pellet can be a bit tricky in the Daisy, requiring one to pull the bolt back just enough to load the pellet, but not too far or a BB will be in there first. The Crosman requires the use of a magazine (provided) that holds five pellets and isn't too hard to use once you get the hang of it. Still, it feels like you are doing double the work with loading the magazine first and having to move it after each shot to load the next pellet. The biggest difference between the two is the pumping of the gun. The Daisy is so easy to pump its impossible to put down. The Crosman, by comparison, is the hardest one I've used. So it should come as no surprise that someone has to pump the Crosman for the 7 year old, while the 11 year old can handle the Daisy just fine. By the way, if size does become an issue, do invest in a set of rifle rest bags or consider the Daisy Buck 105.

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Item Description

In stockDaisy-35 [PY-2108-4281]
625 fps with steel BBs
605 fps with lead pellets
Caliber0.177" (4.5mm)
Max Velocity625 fpsMeasured with 5.1 gr ammo
Muzzle Energy4.42 ft/lbs

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