Daisy Powerline 880 .177 Carbine Air Rifle with Scope

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By: Daisy
Walmart #: 550337818
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  • Monte Carlo-style molded wood grain stock
  • Rifled steel barrel
  • Multi-pump pneumatic action
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    Hit your target with the Daisy Model 880 BB Carbine Air Rifle with Scope. The forearm of this rifle features a 4 X 15 rifle scope that offers excellent precision. The rifle can shoot with BBs as well as pellets with a velocity of about 800 ft/s. The multi-pump pneumatic action further increases its performance.

    The air gun is made of hollow molded wood grain stock, which makes it light yet sturdy. The steel barrel adds to its durability. The Daisy Air Rifle is ideal for beginners due to its safe cross bolt trigger block mechanism. The Daisy Model 880 BB Carbine Air Rifle with Scope is an impressive gun. It can hit targets at a distance of up to nearly 300 yards.

    Daisy Model 880 BB Carbine Air Rifle with Scope:

  • Monte Carlo-style molded wood grain stock
  • Rifled steel barrel
  • Multi-pump pneumatic action
  • Maximum velocity: 800 ft/s
  • Maximum shooting distance: 291 yds
  • Uses .177 cal (4.5 mm) BBs or pellets
  • 50-shot capacity (BBs)
  • Crossbolt trigger block safety
  • Weight: 3.1 lbs
  • Length: 37.6"
  • Specifications

    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Model No.: 992880-100
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 4.45
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 38.8 x 5.5 x 2.3
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 550337818
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    by surecan 3/29/2012
    • Dear surcan: the Daisy 880 is both a single shot [when shooting pellets - you load each pellet at the breech on top of the gun] and a multi shot [50 BB's can be poured into the BB reservoir as there is a small slide down door on the left side of the gun for BB's].
      by buggler3/11/2015
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    • The bb hopper hold 50 BB's but you have to chamber a bb and pump for each shot. It is not semi-automatic.
      by Sprocket742/1/2015
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    • single but really powerful
      by powerlineperson12233/11/2015
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    • You can load bbs or pellets but pellets you have to load one at a time like a single shot the bbs you just add to the internal magazine pull back the bolt pump it up and shoot. You have to load and pump with every shot so it is like a bolt action gun.
      by Greg119802/1/2015
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    • single pellet shot(with no BBs in magazine or multishot with BBs
      by spidermonkey4861/28/2015
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    • Single shot pellet and repeater in BB via reservior
      by prluv5163/11/2015
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    • Single Shot, But you can use BB's or Pellets with it.
      by e1apex3/11/2015
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    • It's a single shot. Between shots you will need to pump to be able to shoot again.
      by Reno611/28/2015
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    • I dont undestand your question to well so im going to answer in two ways. Is single shot yes, cause it shoots one at the time before you have to reload and pump the rifle againg. Is variable shot yes, cause you can shoot bb's or pellets, .177 cal only.
      by huntlover1/28/2015
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    • single shot pellet, 50 round magazine for BBs
      by Papaballoon1/28/2015
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    by ExpertArcher 8/11/2011
    • sadly the lever is made of plastic. i think it is strong enough to do the job for a while though. your arm may wear out before the lever.
      by woooshhhhh1/19/2015
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    • the lever is made out of a very flexible Synthetic plastic, but VERY DURABLE, have fun and shoot safe
      by CnRazgriz1/19/2015
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    • Plastic, I had one of these a long time ago and the handle broke, but its only 45 bucks and the thing rocks when its working. Good luck safe shooting.
      by e1apex1/19/2015
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    • like a plastic fiber
      by Goodshark1/19/2015
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    • Plastic
      by Ordie691/19/2015
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    • DON'T KNOW WHAT LEVER YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT. TRIGGER,BB LOAD, CALKING, WHAT!!!-- PLASTIC
      by DIGGSBEE1/19/2015
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    • Plastic. This is the second one I have owned, and the 10 year old one still works fine. Plastic has never caused and issue, cracked, nor broken. More accurate with pellets...
      by the86d11/19/2015
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    • Plastic
      by that1guyagain111/19/2015
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    • plastic, but quality plastic
      by bpl19981/19/2015
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    • LEVER IS METAL AND INSIDE OF BARREL HAS RIFLING. IT A WHOOO UNIT. I MADE AND EYE PIECE TO ENHANCE THE SCOPE.
      by DLK281/19/2015
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    by an anonymous customer 1/5/2012
    • 10 if you dont want to push it and break the air pump
      by powerlineperson122312/29/2014
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    • The maximum velocity would increase with the more pumps you put in it but I would not go past ten because the accuracy goes down after about seven pumps and you won't be able to hit what you are aiming at and you will wear out the piston faster. For overall accuracy and power I would go with seven pumps you have to experiment at different distances.
      by Greg119802/1/2015
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    • 10 times is the maximum velocity for the gun, or says Daisy, id recommend not to pump over 10 or your compression chamber will implode, personal experiance
      by CnRazgriz2/1/2015
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    • I usually pump mine about 30 to 40 after that it gets super hard to pump but at 30 when i shoot stuff, it doesnt move after. Good luck and safe shooting!
      by e1apex2/3/2015
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    • 10 is the max you can pump you pellet gun if you pump it more than ten you can damage the gun
      by 123alf2/1/2015
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    • 10 times
      by Goodshark2/1/2015
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    • It is a max 10 pump
      by Ordie692/1/2015
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    • 6 times should be enough
      by TwinDad20122/1/2015
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    • 10 IS GOOD. IF YOU NEED A LITTLE MORE 14 OR 15 ONCE IN A WHILE IS OK. NOT ALL THE TIME AS THIS IS HARD ON THE SEALS.
      by DIGGSBEE2/1/2015
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    • ten
      by redgene2/1/2015
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