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 Hunt4life7 Pretty Good!!!
Bought the gun and it works great! The scope is junk and very hard to zero in. Otherwise, the gun is great. I shot some starlings aroung 20 yards and they all died right away. The gun is great and i would recommend it to anyone from a beginner to an expert.
April 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by dilpickle7 good gun
excelent gun. its hard to zero in the scope but other than that the only thing wrong is its slightly inconsistent but only within an inch or so. i had fun with it.
great beginner gun.
March 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by jebm best air rifle ive ever owned
This is probably the greatest air rifle I have ever owned.To start it is extremely accurate. It can hit a can at 20 yards in the hands of a good marksman. not to mention its power. it has the perfect amount of power to shoot at cans in the backyard without disturbing the neighbors or to take a squirrel or two. it is very durable. i have had mine for about 2 years now and ive dropped it at least 30 times and its still as accurate as the day i bought it. i have a crosman phantom and i still prefer this rifle over it any time i go hunting. the scope was its only flaw. i replaced it with a 3-7x20 scope for $20 and it i can get quarter sized groups at 15 yards. the feel of the gun is great. it feels very natural and molded in your hands. i absolutely recommend it to anyone who is looking for a great and fun pellet or bb gun for hunting, plinking, or target shooting.
December 11, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by GReed17055 Great ***YOUTH*** Rifle
Bought one from BassPro and another from a competitor. YES the scope is JUNK. But if you buy a decent scope for around $30 the gun goes from good to best for **YOUTH** target shooters. I put new Bushnell .22 caliber rimfire scopes on both guns and they are as accurate as my Gamo and Beeman adult air rifles at a distance of 15 yards/45-50 ft. At 600 something feet per second they are not for hunting anything. Just good old fashioned target practice and plinking soda cans.Pellets are more accurate due to the rifled bore but are slightly tricky at first to load. Going to be buying a third gun for another x-mas present.
November 25, 2012
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.