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1-year limited warranty
List Price $35.99 Save $6.00 (16%)
Daisy Powerline 415 Pistol
Steel BBs can ricochet. The shooter and everyone in the shooting area should wear safety glasses when a gun is being handled (even if it's unloaded). Remember to remove all pets from the area, as rebounding ammo can hit them, too. Never shoot steel BBs at hard objects (including metal targets) or water, as that increases the chance of ricochet.
Good times are ahead when you take the Daisy Powerline 415 pistol out to the range. Because it's CO2-powered, everyone in the family can shoot this pistol and join in the fun. In fact, if you have someone in your family who is new to shooting and needs to learn the basics of gun handling, you should consider using this CO2 pistol as part of the education process.
The owner's manual states this pistol delivers 500 fps (Daisy's website states 495 fps).
|Max Velocity||500 fps|
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Things I liked: For the price, this is a great value. Hard hitting. Zeroed in at purchase time. Comfortable grip. Luminous dot on front sight helps find sights and lock onto target for quick shots. Although loading mechanism isn't as realistic as using clips, it's faster -and- BBs are too small to load into clips in a "realistic" way anyway.
Things I would have changed: Shouldn't have cost the manufacturer much if they'd caught before production: The safety should be easily accessible and more realistic to train beginners, not to mention to make it simpler/easier/safer for adults. I know of no pistol with a safety in this position, on the left too far in front of the trigger to operate without tilting the gun, where a typical pistol's breakdown/disassembly latch is located and it even resembles such a release. These should have adjustable sights because life happens, things change and beginners should learn how to sight in before they have a real firearm, granted most others in this price range don't... but filing plastic isn't like filing fixed metal sights. Unlike a real firearm, the trigger has an extremely LONG pull and no "click", which I would've made shorter and more realistic with a click either at the time the gun fires or just before as an indicator it's about to fire.
Things I liked: Light weight. Fits my large hands. Including taxes and delivery charge, I now have a $50.00 paper weight.
Things I would have changed: Use a lighter return spring OR build in a second stage to the trigger.
What others should know: Trigger pull has NO second stage, no creep and is extremely HEAVY (because actuating the trigger moves the entire barrel assembly mechanism forward, which has a HEAVY spring around the barrel.
Things I liked: This gun is a good buy, it is very simple to operate and is very light weight. It has no separate magazine so you can visually see your ammunition status by simply looking at that top of the barrel.
Things I would have changed: I would make the safety bar white so it is much more visible to the user. I would also recommend that the rear of both sights be made highly visible. I pant mine white.
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How long is the barrel? Is that a short dovetail I see on top?
Overall length is 8.7" so maybe the barrel is like 4-6? I would call daisy to be 100% sure but no there is no dovetail to put say a scope on. But looks like it uses a dove tail for the iron sights so you could probably change those out.
Can you use frangiblerounds on this unit?
I don't see why not
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
|Max Velocity||500 fps|