MrRazor: I dont know if anyone will respond but i have noticed that bb's are very
inaccurate is there anyway to make it shoot bb's more accurately? Could you
drill some more bolts into it? I dont know how but any insight is very
Richard Lloyd: No license is required to purchase this on Amazon in the USA.
David Geiger: Shooting this gun for two years just got me hooked. I moved on to break
barrel high powered 1400 fps GAMO air rifles. I really liked the sights on
my old 880. Mine didn't have fiber-optic, just regular. Squirrels didn't
stand a chance.
I didn't like shooting BBs though, just pellets.
Devonte Johnsen: How do you get the scope on?
Edward Moragne: Are you using the scope while you shot?
andong nicolas: Hi! How long is the barrel?
Peter Mistler: I have this and the scope is just so confusing I see my reflection in it
and I don't see it being that accurate
Slakass55: Wow, what an incredible deal for what seems to be a great gun for target
practice. Too bad our Canadian laws prohibit anything over 500 fps, so this
gun is unattainable till I get a firearms license (yes, you heard that
right). For now will have to stick to my Crosman M4-177 which is horribly
detuned for Canada (you get less than 350 fps with pellets). Maybe it's
time Canadian laws smartened up a bit? I mean, we're talking at a .17 air
gun here, not a real firearm. Politicians...
Richard Lloyd: I was using the flat nosed (wad cutter) daisy .177 (4.5mm) ammo 7.5 grains.
The Powerline 35 is a smooth bore rifle with a maximum velocity of 625 fps
with a maximum shooting range 274 yards. The 880 has a rifled steel barrel
and a maximum velocity of 800 fps with a maximum shooting range 291 yards.
Now maximum range and effective range are two different things. In my
opinion in using the 880 I would say it is accurate to 50 yards but that is
using the scope that came with the kit. A better scope may improve it's
accuracy. Thanks for watching.
Eli Mullen: I pumped mine 100 times and blew a groundhogs head off
K162KingPin: After watching this video I bought one of these from Amazon. I'm not at
all impressed with the accuracy of bb's even at about 5 yards they spread
all over a 3 in diameter area. I think the pellets will be much more
accurate since it is a riffled barrel. Still I have one less squirrel
living in my attic already so its serving its purpose and I'm happy with
it. You get easily $15 dollars in ammo and accessories with the gun. I
had mine 2 days after ordering. The scope is decent and easy to adjust and
wear the goggles if you shoot bb's towards a wood background they can
bounce straight back at you. Thx for the review.
TheSkylineEffect: any advice on how to effectively use the scope?
Outdoorsman2257: Im was already gonna get it i watched this video to see how good it was cuz
someone said it can go through 2 empty cans of soup,and others said that it
sucked but they went over 10 pumps.DO NOT GO OVER 10 PUMPS WITH THIS RIFLE.
The Airgun Channel: Awesome review!! We're starting a new air gun and pellet testing channel
where we'll be doing .177 ballistics gel testing, pellet grouping, and
pellet shooting contests with our viewers, hope to see you there!!
2289g AirGunning: The only complaint I have about the Daisy 880 is that Daisy includes a BB
reservoir in this Pellet gun. Shooting BBs in a rifled pellet gun is
bad. If you want to shoot BBs get a Daisy 35 smooth bore gun.
Outdoorsman2257: No prob
2289g AirGunning: It does NOT say 800 FPS.
Look at your user manual again, it says that it will shoot at up to 750FPS
with BBs, and up to 715FPS with Pellets. It is however a good powerful
.177 adult hunting Pellet Rifle. The Daisy 880 is the best Adult Airgun
that I have owned, and I have had AirGuns rated much higher that cost much
NotSoDumb: I wanted to say that this rifle, for the money, is hard to beat. You can
scope it if you want but I'm making unbelievable nichol size groups at 20
yards with open sight on a bench.
What's really blowing my mind is this is the only airgun I've ever owned,
that actually does great with 10.5 gr. Crosman Premier pellets.
I just got the rifle yesterday and will be mounting my Bushnell 4-12x40 on
Finally, a pump air rifle that's worthy of a good scope.
I'm 63 years old. I've owned dozens of really good and high priced
springers and pump guns but this is the best I've found for the money.
You absolutely must try several different brands and gr. weights of pellets.
These rifles seem to love the heavier pellets like the Crosman Premiere
10.5 gr. and the Cometa Exact 10.34 gr., I'm thinking the Cometa are a bit
better, less fliers.
Hope this helps. This rifle is not a toy. It is lethal and treat it as
just1985stl: what color is that exact rifle? black or brown?
Ben Goodridge: Thanks man I watched your review and bought the gun off Amazon today!
Thanks for the informational video
itsmecelinau: Thanks just ordered this for my bf its great... Your video was helpful.
Also, when you received the package did it come wrapped or you could see it
was ur gun when delivered. Its because its a gift
pedro trejo: Thanks
Collin Case: I have that gun!
pedro trejo: Do u need like a license to get in amozan
Kyros Nikomedes: Do you think it could take out a squirrel using the pointed pointue's on
max pump? And we got those big gray squirrels here...
BrandonEvans10001: that has nothing to do with damage. trust me its not going to do that to
BrandonEvans10001: $39.99 at walmart got it today and
killed a rabbit
Lego Person: I think he said amazon.com
Richard Lloyd: It would be .177 calibre (4.5mm) bb or pellet.
Mathijs Sanders: I don't know wich one , this one or the crosman recruit .177
hardcoremaniac bmxers: i got a gamo camo rocket very good gun for me very light weight easy to
rooster and amazingly accurate
Richard Lloyd: I don't have a chronograph but I am impressed with the power.
Johnny Appleseed: How many pellets can it hold
Richard Lloyd: Very cool and imaginative. I looked at those $2 laser pointers many times
and thought, that would work as a laser sight.
zack miller: could kill rabits with pellets
Richard Lloyd: My pleasure.
Mathijs Sanders: Which one would you recommend?
Mike Diligent: my bro told me about your site it's Epic,do you deliver any item to UK.
Richard Lloyd: Sweet rifle. Which PCP rifle are you going for?
Mike Diligent: i really like the PowerLine Model 901 only problem is am 26 years old &
don't have Identification so i think am screwed or am i.
Broas Opress: I built one out of a laser pen and some molding pellets, coming to a price
of around $20 and I have never missed a target after that day, and it is
still removable from the gun
Dana-matthew Woodward: Bb
Richard Lloyd: Not sure what the laws are where you live. I would suggest if you need ID
to buy it to go some ID. Cheers.
Richard Lloyd: 10 pumps is the maximum recommended pumps to shoot this gun. The white
smoke is probably oil in the gun dieseling which means you are actually
igniting the oil because of the high compression and yes that will
definitely give the pellet or BB an extra kick. My guess that this is not
good for the gun. But ten pumps will kill a bird or a rabbit.
Richard Lloyd: Happy hunting and eating. I am sure you will have good success with this
Richard Lloyd: The Recruit rifle has a max velocity of 680 FPS and the 880 Rifle has max
800 FPS. The Recruit has a smooth bore barrel and the 880 has a rifled
barrel which should make it more accurate. On those two factors alone I
would choose the 880.
MeXicAnJoKer650: My first airgun.. What good times now I have an RWS 350 Magnum .22 and hope
to have a PCP rifle later on.
John Fernandez: hey guy how much fps on one pump?????
Richard Lloyd: I have no doubt it could kill rabbits.
Daisy.177 880 Powerline Kit air rifle review and test firing.4.7
out of 5