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Daisy's most popular air rifle! The 880 shoots both BBs and pellets, and it does so with amazing power. This multi-pump pneumatic sends ammo roaring downrange! BBs go up to 750 fps (Never shoot BBs at hard objects!), and pellets go up to 715 fps. You can adjust power and velocity by the number of pumps you put into the rifle (up to 10 pumps). The synthetic molded woodgrain Monte Carlo stock has a raised right-hand cheekpiece and checkering on the grip and forearm. The front sight is fiber optic, the rear sight is fully adjustable but is not fiber optic. For more accuracy, mount a scope, red dot or laser on the 11mm dovetails on the receiver (made of engineering resin).
It's a BB repeater (holds 50 BBs) and a single-shot pellet shooter. Take this rifle plinking, target shooting or if you just want to have fun! It's lightweight, so you can shoot for hours.
|Max Velocity||750 fps|
|Cocking Effort||2-10 pumps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger Pull||7.0 lbs|
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Things I liked: I was fooled when I took it out of the box. It felt flimsy. All plastic. I thought, "You get what you pay for", and started to write this off as a bad buy. Then I took it outside an put a few pellets downrange.I loaded in a heavier pellet (16.1gr) and pumped it 15 times. I know, I know..."manual says no more than 10 pumps". I can afford another one if I blow the seals. Anyway, at 25 yards, this rifle is a squirrel's nightmare. Deadly accurate, with enough knockdown power to get the job done humanely.
Things I would have changed: A more sturdy pump arm. It feels as though the thing is going to break at any moment. Especially on the 15th pump (wink). The bolt handle is just as flimsy feeling. The trigger, while not horrible, acts more like a two-stage. There is is a mushy first part, then a SNAP. I liken it to the feeling of setting a mouse trap. That dangerous moment where you have it set and are attempting to place it without it snapping too soon.
What others should know: This is an absolute "must buy"!!! No joke. It is amazingly accurate, and powerful. Those two qualities are the reasons why you buy a rifle, especially if using for small game or rodent control. The combination of the heavier pellet and this power plant is the key.
Things I liked: I liked the power of it. I was able to put a hollowpoint pellet through a fence board at about 10 feet using it.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
What others should know: My father owned one of these and was able to kill an opossum using it. Mine took about 10 years to break and we didn't clean it once. It recently broke and I cut the stock and half of the barrel off and now it works fine.
Things I liked: Price
Things I would have changed: Everything but the powerplant. I real barrel would be nice!
What others should know: This is a scary-powerful plastic kids air rifle. It's not accurate. It shoots BBs and pellets much harder than an old 760 Pumpmaster but is a toy by comparison. A very very powerful toy! If it shot straight, I'd love it! (despite the cheap BB gun barrel wrapped in black painted "tin" and the toy-gun plastic stock and forearm.) I've tried 4 or 5 different pellets and they all fly anywhere but where you point them. I can mostly hit a spray paint can at 50 feet but trying to punch paper is frustrating! I would have liked to use it for some barn swallows. It's got the power, but it's just not accurate enough.
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why won't my rifle(daisy powerline 880) feed a bb from the magazine to the chamber?
Maybe some sort of blockage ? I personally had a pellet lodged in mine and was hard to remove.
I would say the gun is defective.
8k03714. I'm looking for the manufacturing date on my daisy powerline 880. Number on the barrel is 8k03714.
Mark aka cobalt327: Your metal receiver/metal pump lever 880 was made in October of 1988. It was gun number 3714 made that month. Metal receivers were used on the 880 until at least August of 1995 which is the last date I have documented. Info on how to date Daisy airguns (including a link to 880-specific info) can be seen here- http://forum.daisymuseum.com/topic8040_post34623.html#34623 The 880 was first made in 1972 and is still in production today, a time proven classic in my opinion.
Models with metal receivers and pump handles were made between 1970 and 1993. 1993 to present are plastic receiver and pump handles , the newest ones being China's version. 1970 to 1993 should say Rodgers Arkansas USA on the barrel shroud. Checking the internet might be of some help also?
will bbs hurt the rifling in anyway. mines a laser w/rws superdomes and don't want to mess that up.
Yes if you shot enough BB's through a rifled barrel they will cause harm.
|Max Velocity||750 fps|