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Daisy 4x15 scope & rings included with 880S rifle
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1-year limited warranty
List Price $59.99
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|Max Velocity||750 fps|
|Cocking Effort||2-10 pumps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger Pull||7.0 lbs|
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Things I liked: I have this Daisy 880 S now for 6 months or more and put approximately 1000 or more pellets through it. It is in deed a wonderfully accurate and easy to handle multi pump rifle. It is easy to pump, not to hard to load pellets into the breech, if you use like a pair of clamping tweezers, this tweezers can be bought for $1 at your local Dollar Tree as a set in 6. So far my best results was with the Daisy precision max pointed up to 30 yards, after that they opened up the point of impact. And with Winchester Domed I was getting pretty amazing patterns out to 50 yards. I shoot only at tin cans at hit with this pellets 99% all the time at 30 yards with 6 pumps and at 50 yards with 10 pumps with the included 4x15 Daisy 808 scope. So the scope is not really that bad, but I have tried also another scope a Centerpoint 4x32 non AO with mil dots. That did increase the accuracy of course, but the included scope is good as it is if you dealing with pesky cans and plinking. My 880 is not modified.
Things I would have changed: The trigger pull could be a little lighter, but after all them rounds I put through it, the pull got somewhat lighter and is not bad at all right now. Any other than that it is a good easy to handle, accurate and fun plinker I shoot regular and prefer it even over my Benjamin Trail NP2 nitro piston gun for fast and easy fun plinking.
What others should know: This is a gun with a rifeled barrel and I shoot only lead pellets with it and no steel BBs. This is to preserve the rifling in the barrel and not to wear out prematurely. I suggest to do so, even if I have not proof for this claim, but I heard this a lot on airgun forums. Also keep that pump head and the trigger lubricated, and it will do good service, I use 10/30 W non deterrent motor oil. Keep it clean and give some normal maintance and it will be a reliable and fun gun to use. There is some very good info about it, how to make it more powerful and with a better trigger on several forums like GTA (gateway to airguns) and others, so there can be a lot of done to it. There is guys there they using it even for small game hunting. So buy this one if it fits your bill and enjoy it. It is on the outside mostly plastic, but it is very sturdy and without abuse long lasting.
Things I liked: It's a lightweight, accurate, easy to operate, and affordable air rifle.
Things I would have changed: It would be nice to have a metal receiver, but at the price it's receiver which is durable enough in my opinion is just fine. Overall there's not much I'd ask the manufacturer to change about it that isn't better left for me to do at my own descretion and ability.
What others should know: Shooting BB's is a waste of it's potential as they're not as accurate, so I'd stay away from them. The scope is not great at all, but they're a 6$ item anyways and the gun is the important part. It works best to tilt the gun downwards when loading pellets so they don't fall into the bb port. My 880 shoots about 1/4" at 10 yds with crosman piranha pellets using open sights, so they would be a good first pellet to try in this gun. It can take up to 10 pumps but you don't have to use 10 every time just because you can, 4 pumps is a good max for plinking out to 20yds. It has plenty of power for pests such as sparrows or mice and small rats, but I'd not use it for anything bigger unless you're inside 10yds and know you can make a head shot every time.
Things I liked: Heard the stories! Had to see for myself. Reviewers were right.
Things I would have changed: Nothing to change. The days of this model with metal receiver and wood stock are over. Rather keep the price down. Nothing wrong with the way this one shoots!
What others should know: Pumps easier and weighs less than my Benjamin 392 with about the same FPS and accuracy.
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Do I need pal to buy this gun? If yes, can I still purchase it if I don't have a pal?
If your from Canada then this can't be purchased ( it exceeds the 500fps limit )?
How much will it cost in Canadian dollars?
Is this an airsoft gun or airgun? Also I'm kinda new to this field so I need help about how the pump mechanism works.
This is a multi-pump airgun . Pumping it any where between 2 to 10 times controls the velocity of the the pellet or BB that is loaded.
|Max Velocity||750 fps|