|Max Velocity||500 fps|
|Front Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Rear Sight||Fiber Optic|
|Suggested for||Target practice/Fun|
|Trigger Pull||6.0 lbs|
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Things I liked: I like only having to pump gun one time to shoot it, it seems well built and sturdy. This Daisy Rifle is mostly medal besides the Stock, but I like it a lot and it seems to be a good buy. I've only shot it a couple times before this review but it shoots very good you just may have to sight it in, I did mine and its a great shooter.
Things I would have changed: This is my first single pump Rifle so I would not have much to change with it, maybe include a Scope package ??
What others should know: This Daisy 953 is a great shooter, they say its a youth gun but i'm having a lot of fun with it, I'm 52 and disabled. To tell you the truth I did'nt know anything about these single pump gun's and I wanted a gun I can shoot without c02. But I must say I am very pleased with my purchase,some people say they have problems with the sights but I don't have any issue what so ever. I love having the same power level through out my shooting session and this Rifle gives me that. I also love the Bolt Action seats the pellet in the barrel and I get very accurate shots. The 5 round mags are a big plus and they seem to be rubber so I don't know how long they will last ? I load mine upside down ( NOT BACKWARDS ) and seat the pellet in the mags, if you don't put them in the mag good chances are some may fall out during pumping or cocking gun. All in all I would say this is a good buy and you can mount a scope if you want to !!!
Things I liked: Easy, one-pump action for youth. When pumped, magazine moves along to enable more consistent shooting.
Things I liked: Very accurate!
Things I would have changed: Sights are nothing special.
What others should know: I removed the rear sight and installed a scope. Extremely good combination!
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What experience have you all had with pellets falling out of the clip while you are cocking the gun? Does that happen sometimes?
What size hex/allen key do I need to remove the rear sight? Thank you.
Never mind--answering my own question here, 2 mm hex key did the trick.
Is the magazine auto indexing?
Mine is but sometimes you have to help it line up the pellet.
|Max Velocity||500 fps|