Daisy Powerline 880 .177 Carbine Air Rifle with Scope

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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.: 982880-442
    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 buggler11/19/2014
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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 Sprocket7411/24/2014
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    • single but really powerful
      by powerlineperson122311/23/2014
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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 Greg1198011/19/2014
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    • single pellet shot(with no BBs in magazine or multishot with BBs
      by spidermonkey4869/21/2012
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    • Single shot pellet and repeater in BB via reservior
      by prluv51610/24/2014
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    • Single Shot, But you can use BB's or Pellets with it.
      by e1apex6/29/2012
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    • It's a single shot. Between shots you will need to pump to be able to shoot again.
      by Reno616/12/2012
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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 huntlover5/17/2012
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    • single shot pellet, 50 round magazine for BBs
      by Papaballoon6/8/2012
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    I got a hunting rifle before and the scope didnt go on the gun perfectly straight and it aimed up a little to. I really dont like scopes that do that.
    by Ferrari24ZR 1/11/2012
    • Yes, it is a bolt action. Pellets are loaded one at a time and BB's are held in a reservoir 50 at a time. The scope is inexpensive and light weight. It is , when properly mounted, easy to sight in [zero] and easy to make small adjustments. The scope size [15mm] is pretty small so it will not work well in dim light - works well in bright light. TIP: when adjusting the scope turn the adjusting screws as needed then lightly tap on the scope with your knuckle [don't hit with a hard object} to set the new adjustment. YouTube "Daisy 4 x 15 Scope' for a helpful video of this scope. Scopes seldom mount perfectly straight with the barrel and must be adjusted up/down [elevation] or left /right [windage].
      by buggler1/28/2014
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    • Aren't you sneaky, asking two questions. No, its not a bolt action rifle (its a BB rifle for crying out loud) and you have to pump it to get air in it to shoot. As for the scope, I haven't had any luck with it. The rifle is more on target without the scope, but that could just be me. if you really don't like scopes, then buy a BB rifle without one, it'll save you a few bucks and the aggravation of trying to adjust the scope. And if you have a hunting rifle, what do you want a BB gun for?
      by QuickEyeMcgraw11/19/2014
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    • Yes it is a bolt mechanism. The scope is pretty . It shot good for me the first day the i set it down and picked it up the next day and the scope is already off. It's just a garbage scope. I would suggest getting a nicer one.
      by GunSlingerJoe1/23/2013
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    • yes when you site it in i dropped a mockingbird in the neck 20 yards away before
      by powerlineperson122312/23/2012
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    • It is a bolt mechanism with a straight pull back meaning it wont interfere with any scope that goes on it. Get good with the iron sites first, they will teach you about elevation and windage. You need to know about those two things before you start trying to adjust scopes. Because scopes are not automatically dialed to the gun it is on it has to be adjusted at a certain range.
      by Greg1198012/3/2012
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    • I have it and i love it took 10 min for me to sight it in and then after that everything was falling :) Its a great gun it loads the pellet like a bolt or BB but then you pump it to the desired strength just when you mount the scope, make sure its straight while tightening it down, then after that dial it in. Good luck Safe shooting!
      by e1apex6/29/2012
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    • it is moved by the pump not the bolt and truthfuly the scopes a cheapy scope buy a new one if u want a scope.
      by kilo02946/6/2012
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    • The scope is not very good. It does not hold adjustment well.
      by Ordie693/15/2012
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    • PEICE OF JUNK SCOPE.
      by DIGGSBEE3/28/2013
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    • well scopes are adjustable. if you find your rounds are going high you should adjust the scope. the scope that comes with the gun isn't very good. just use the "irons" (hehe plastics) like our grandads did.
      by Jayyyyyyyyyyyyyyy2/4/2012
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    How loud is this gun? I need to take care of some squirrels..but I'm within city limits.
    by TLuker 2/1/2012
    • Depends on how hard you swing the rifle and hit them. If you planned on shooting them and killing them, forget it. The pellets load one at a time, the scope is misaligned, and the worse you'll do is injure or annoy the squirrels. Being within city limits, are you sure they are squirrels? Is the tail fluffy? If not, don't eat it if you should happen to smack one enough to kill it. A better way to rid yourself of squirrels (besides bathing) is to put down fox urine. Its their natural predator. I'm sure some fancy city hunting store carries it or could get it for you. I don't recommend collecting it yourself.
      by QuickEyeMcgraw11/22/2014
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    • sounds like a 22 but im in the city limits but nobody will know its you they'll think your just somebody with a bb gun
      by powerlineperson122312/23/2012
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    • The sound depends how many times you pump it. 2-3 pumps should be enough pressure to be able to reach out accurately 50 feet and hit the target but not enough to do any real bodily damage unless you hit it in the head. It should be enough to scare it away for awhile. Pump it 6-10 times and it will deal death to the squirrel with proper placement.
      by Greg119804/21/2013
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    • much quieter than a 22 :) but i would have a fence if i were in the city.
      by spidermonkey4869/21/2012
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    • http://www.pyramydair.com/blog/2009/03/airgun-sound-level-measurement.html has a 3 rating and also depends on pumps
      by prluv5167/29/2012
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    • the sound of this gun is pretty impressive for a bb rifle, all the action is is a pin dropping so theres basically no sound, but when you fire something, it reports in a sharp crack, almost like a .22
      by CnRazgriz7/24/2012
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    • Not very loud at all, Just sounds like ur opening a soda maybe really quick lol, Not bad i use mine in city limits for little problems :)
      by e1apex6/29/2012
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    • not loud at all so get that P.O.C of squirrels
      by airsofthero7/24/2012
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    • Not really loud is like a sound of air pressure not low from a 1-10 of loud it is a 3
      by Goodshark7/24/2012
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    • It is not very loud. Typical noise level for an air gun.
      by Ordie697/24/2012
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