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The Daisy® PowerLine® 880 Shadow Plus Shooter's Kit features the PowerLine 880 multi-pump air rifle that shoots both .177 cal. BBs and pellets. Black Monte Carlo-styled, synthetic molded woodgrain stock and forearm. Rifled steel barrel. Includes: shooting glasses, 4X15 scope with rings, and pellets. Max velocity: 750 fps. Weight: 3.1 lbs. Length: 37.6''. Recommended for ages 16 and older with adult supervision.
it works well ifur jut looking to teach a begginer but if ur serious about sqirrel duty and yard control or varmit huning. then ur out of your mind. This gun could kill a sqirrell if u need to but not recomended. The scope took me forever to sight and it was so blurry and the cross hairs werr cruced and broke.
October 24, 2011
This is a good rifle for the price. Has lots of power shooting pellets. This gun is pointless for shooting bb's, you cant hit a milk jug from 20 yards. I doubt it shoots 750 fps, but it does have plenty of power for starlings and crows as well as chipmunks. Best pellets in this gun are RWS Hypermax as they shoot around 950 fps out of this gun and 15 yard groups are about nickel sized. This gun is very light and flimsy feeling, but it shoots well for a good price. Throw the scope away, it is total junk. The iron sights are great on this gun.
September 5, 2011
A Good Product
This BB gun is a grate way to start a kid off learning about firearm safety. This is a grate give for a child, or even for one older person looking to target practice but does not have time to got to the rang.
August 20, 2011
this gun is what it says it is in every way, great
this gun is right on target.
execellent choice ***
July 25, 2011
I have not found a stock scope that can maintain a zero. The 2-way shock of a pellet /bb gun just does something to non-ruggedized scopes. I found Walthers to be reliable and I hear Leapers are good too.
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