Is there a way to make this gun less noisy? Thought I might be able to use it in my neighborhood to rid pests AKA squirrels but it's way too loud. Thanks
No, and I wouldn't recommend this gun for any type of pest control
So when I got this gun, it worked perfectly. Now when I pull the trigger it shoots, but it gets stuck on the bottom of the holder, is there anyway to fix this?
I just bought he Daisy Unisex Powerline 415 Pistol Kit and it comes with 3 Daisy co2 cartridges. Can I use other Co2 cartridges brands like Crosman?
Yes of course
Can you add an optic to this bb gun?
No way that I know of to do it.
What real steel handgun do you think this powerline 415 is designed after?
Are they still made in Japan ? Or now made in China ?
I have two powerline 415's that were purchased two years apart that are both made in Japan.
What's the width of the bottom rail, ie, what's the width of the laser which can fit the rail.
It is the standard M1913 picatinny/weaver rail, so any device designed for a guns picatinny rail Will mount on the rail.
The puncture screw, for the co2 cartridge, is it made of plastic or metal ?
Incorrect. Unfortunately the screw is plastic. I know because mine stripped and I can't find any replacement. I would love to find this gun with a metal screw because it's a great gun. Really. Daisy made a huge mistake making that screw plastic. If yours is metal, please advise where you bought it from.
what kind of laser can I put on the pistol?
Any one you want.
My Co2 cartage leaks without the pistol even being used, how do I fix this problem?
Do as the first responded said, but, I always take the c02 cart out and put a drop of pellgun oil on seal to let it soak without the c02 cart in it. If you cant get to the seal that makes contact with the c02 cart then take an empty co2 cart and put a drop of pellgun oil on it and drop it in the gun but don't screw it in tight then remove and let it sit for a day or two.
The first thing to try is to put a drop or two of crosman Pellgun Oil on the tip of a Co2 cartridge and put it in the gun...shoot a few dozen rounds to migrate the oil thru the gun so it can lube all the seals. Then leave it for a few days to allow the oil to work it's magic, and then always put a drop of pellgun oil on every co2 cartridge in the future. Hopefully this will fix your problem.
The BB Mag appears to be separate from the CO2 cartridge. Can you purchase extra BB Mags? If so, how much $? Thanks
The BB mag is built into the pistol...it is above the barrel.
How many shots should Powerline 415 get per CO2 cartridge? (approximately)
The consistent high velocity up to the 60th-70th shot amazed me with this pistol!
after 75 shots is when i noticed a dramtic loss of power, 75 shots is very good for this one because of its higher velocity, decades ago bb pistols got 50-60 good shots, today we see 60-100 in some pistols
The description says fiber optic front side...the pic shows contrary???
this one doesnt have fiber optics i just got one recently, you are probably thinking about the official smith and wesson M and P bb pistol, this one is only a partial replica to that model and daisy version
The front sight is fiber optic