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. Fiber optic sights. Includes: shooting glasses, 4X15 scope with rings, targets and pellets. Max velocity: 750 fps. Weight: 3.1 lbs. Length: 37.6''.
Recommended for ages 16 and older with adult supervision.
Rated 5 out of 5 by qwertyuiop1 Good Start
I bought the gun for my son as a start to shooting. He has enjoyed it. We spent some quality time together siting it in and explaining the safety features.
January 3, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by redsman well made rifle
my brother got this gun for christmas and he was considering exchanging it for the remington pump air rifle; we are so glad he didn't. This gun is extremely and consistently accurate. At first the stock sights seemed very poorly made, but after sighting the gun, we can't miss the target. Although the pump lever is a little on the flimsy side, it's length makes it easier to pump. and even though the instructions recomend 10 pumps for game over about 20 yards, we can take squirrell easily with 8 at the same distance. put a good scope on this gun along with some crossman pointed pellets and you will not miss
January 2, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by brent0887 Great gun,bad site
I purchased this gun and sight package recently , and instantly loved the power of this bb gun. Its great and amazingly easy to load and shoot. The only problem I have had is that the sight is not that good, the quality of it isnt great and its almost impossible to dial in .
I just took it off, it's not needed, this gun is very accurate without it .
December 27, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by dnkarnold cheep made
I bought this online with out checking out at a store. very poorly made mostly plastic and can't hold a pattern at 20 yards not even close. the scope is mounted on plastic and can't even be sighted. unhappy and out money
December 26, 2010
You will definitely need to adjust it if u plan on keeping it. its really not that good of a scope on the gun anyway. i would suggest getting rid of it and getting a gamo 3-7x20 scope. they are around $20 and work great with this gun.
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.