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1-year limited warranty
List Price $23.99
|Max Velocity||240 fps|
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Things I liked: Very accurate, quiet, large B.B. reservoir, simple cocking
Things I would have changed: The magazine is supposed to click into place to load, but mine did not; probably just a flaw in this particular one.
What others should know: For an inexpensive pistol, this thing rocks. Always be careful of pinch points with a slide. Even though it is mainly polymer, it is strong. The grip is thick, so small hands might find it unwieldy. If you are a low budget filmmaker, this makes an awesome prop. Do not do anything illegal when filming, but if you need a Beretta, this is it.
Things I liked: The realistic appearance of the weapon.
Things I would have changed: I don't believe anything needs to be changed
What others should know: If your over 80 years old and do not have the strength that once occupied your body I would suggest you look elsewhere for another type of weapon.
Things I liked: The idea of this pistol is great. Holds a bunch of bb's and reloads easily between "clips". It's a pretty close visual replica of the real Beretta 92fs (aka M9). Slide and trigger works good, accuracy is tolerable and shoots pretty hard (when it doesn't fail to shoot). And for 20 bucks!
Things I would have changed: This gun would be a dream if only it was a reliable shooter. I rarely get more than a few shots out before it malfunctions (no feeds and double feeds). The Powerline lineage deserves better than this. I'd pay for better functionality. I purchased a few of these and hope Daisy will get the hint and create a reliable springer pistol as good as their Daisy no. 25 rifle. (Does it need different bb's other than the steel one's I'm feeding it? Hummm?)
What others should know: It's thicker than the actual firearm. For 20 bucks it's a good buy, but functionality may be spotty. I'm a collector so I'll keep the 340 - but we really want to see a functional springer that shoots bb's and equals the Daisy no 25 rifle. A reliable low velocity companion spring piston pistol modeled from anything between a Colt 1889-1917 would be perfect. It's hard for me to believe a functional bb spring piston hasn't been made yet... anybody know of any on the market past or present? The old Daisy Targeteer would have been nice... if it were a reliable shooter! I'll give the Powerline 340 Pistol an E for Effort, now let's make one that works! - CaliAir from the AIR Show on YT. Check out my reviews on the guns I buy only from PA! Thanks guys!
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How long is the smooth bore barrel?
Required any licence in india
what is this product made of ?
Plastic mostly, but the pistol is pretty sturdy and shoots well for a spring powered pistol. Good value pistol for the money.
metal and plastic
|Max Velocity||240 fps|