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Daisy Outdoor Products 880 Rifle (Dark Brown/Black, 37.6 Inch)

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  • .177 cal. BB or pellet ammo with steel rifled barrel
  • 50 shot BB or single shot pellet capacity
  • 800 fps max. velocity
  • Multi-pump pneumatic action
  • Molded with woodgrain on a Monte Carlo style stock and forearm with fiber optic front and adjustable rear sights
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Daisy Outdoor Products 880 Rifle (Dark Brown/Black, 37.6 Inch) + Daisy Outdoor Products 2400 ct BB Bottle (Silver, 4.5 mm) + Crosman Pellgunoil® Air Gun Lubricating Oil (1/4 ounces)
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Product Description

Product Description

Our best-selling multi-pump pneumatic rifle. And, with good reason. Features a woodgrained, Monte Carlo stock and forearm. Shoots BBs or pellets.

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The 880 Rifle from Daisy features classic looks with a woodgrained, Monte Carlo stock, forearm, and grip as well as a rifled steel barrel. The 0.177-caliber rifle can shoot both BBs and pellets with multi-pump pneumatic action. With velocities of 800 feet per second using BBs and 665 feet per second using pellets, it is no wonder that this is one of Daisy's most popular rifles.

Specifications:

  • Caliber: 0.177 (4.5-millimeter) BB or pellet
  • Action: Multi-pump pneumatic
  • Safety: Crossbolt trigger block
  • Stock, Forearm, Grip: Monte Carlo-styled, molded woodgrain
  • Barrel: Rifled steel
  • Receiver: Engineering resin with dovetail mount for scope
  • Maximum Muzzle Velocity with BBs: 800 feet per second
  • Maximum Muzzle Velocity with Pellets: 665 feet per second
  • Capacity: 50 shots with BBs; single shot with pellets
  • Maximum Shooting Distance: 291 yards
  • Weight: 3.10 pounds
  • Overall Length: 37.6 inches


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.3 x 39 x 6.3 inches ; 3.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: This item ships only within the U.S. excluding certain locales such as MI, NJ, DC, and NYC.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B0018LER90
  • Item model number: 990880-603
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (150 customer reviews)
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56 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Topher on April 17, 2009
I grew up shooting this BB gun. I have shot dozens of pests including rabbits, destructive ground squirrels in California, grey squirrels in Northeastern Arizona etc, etc. I once killed a rattlesnake with it. I found a small airgun scope and had that on the daisy and I could hit a dime from about 60 ft away. Now I'm all grown up and moved away. We have woodpeckers tearing the stuco off my sister's house, and I trust that BB gun so much I am buying one today. I prefer this type over a one cock pellet rifle for the fact that I can control the velocity a little better. One cock with a pellet rifle and you get around 1,000 FPS! Theat's too much for shooting near the side of my house! But with the Daisy Powerline 880, I can pump it 3 or 4 times or 10(I remember pumping my old one about 12, but I think they only recommend 10 pumps max). Anyway, it always did the job. My only regret is not taking it away to college with me, because that's when it disappeared! It shoots bb's, pellets or even little darts if you can still find those, all .177cal. Good Shooting!
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Chief Redelk on December 11, 2011
I have this gun. Just bought it at Wallyworld..Amazon is good but Wallyworld is faster since it was in stock.I paid a few bucks more..I have for years shot Daisy 880 BB Pellet guns.. I have never gotten a bad one.. This one came out of the box with iron sights set pretty darn good..From my bed room door to the front door is about 18 feet. I sat in my bed room door no closer than 16 feet and stacked 10 pellets pretty close to a circle the size of a nickle.. I did that on 3 pumps shooting over the counter Pellets..I got the one with the scope because that is ALL Wallyworld had..I hate the scope.. Looking through it is like looking through a wet window..BUT.. once I got it sighted on the blurry target it hit right on..This gun is mostly plastic but the barrel is not..It's not a gun you can run a truck over. Take care of it, keep it oiled and you will get years of pleasure out of it..On my old one 3 back, I had a good scope on it and killed squirrel. Eight pumps and it shoots right through a metal can.. Not a bad gun for the price. Don't expect to get a Beeman.. It's not an expensive gun. That is the beauty. If I want to I can buy TWO of these and share one with my grandson. In fact that is what I just did..I find it one of the easiest air rifles to pump up..That nice long lever. No need to click it in place as you pump. Just bring it down to the spring lock then pump again. Click into the lock on the last pump..
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By fredo on April 21, 2012
I just purchsed this gun today after having an 880 12 years ago that was insanely accurate. The 880 of today is slightly different, but just as effective. In my apartment i shoot 1/4" from 16ft with open sights and with a scope the pellets all go into the same hole the first pellet created on the target, accuracy cant get better than this at this distance. Cant wait to test at farther distances when i can. The scope i used was a CenterPoint from a remington break barrel 1200, the 880 is more accurate largely because of the absent recoil. Crosman pointed pellets all day. As far as the bad reviews go, they mustve got a bad one or they dont know what they r doing. The only negative
is the flimsyness of the lever, but with care it will last, im not bothered by this at all since i paid only 45 and alot more for my other rifles with less accuracy. Also i tested the accuracy with 3 pumps, which at this distance went through 1/4-1/3 of a thick yellow page book.
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25 of 30 people found the following review helpful By James Beard on August 14, 2005
I Have Had This Gun For Over A Year And I Have Yet To Have A Problem With It!!! It Is Perfect For Pest Control (chipmunks, Red Squirrels, Gray Squirrels, Birds, Mice, Even Something As Big As A Porcupine!) I Would Pick One Up At Your Local Wal-Mart Because It Only Costs 40$ And It Includes A Scope! But It Is Still Worth The Price That You Can Buy It For Here!!!!!!!!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on November 1, 2008
this was my first gun so i dont have much to compare it to. but its great i mainly use it for demolishing cans and random objects. (it snapped a wood block in half). when i first got it it was very stiff and felt like you were going to break it but after the first 50 or so shots its fine.

walmarts alot cheaper gun+scope+lots of ammo is only [...]

i highly recommend it for your first air gun but if you have a large budget you might want to get a better one.
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15 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Sail Away on July 29, 2010
This rifle is inexpensive for a reason. It's pretty cheaply made (aren't most things these days). It is not consistently accurate. Especially with BB's, accuracy is all over the place. With pellets, your groups will be much, much better. But, even with pellets, you can expect maybe 1 or 2 rounds out of every 10 shots to be way off the mark.

It does have very good power when pumped to the maximum of 10 pumps. I like the ability to pump it fewer than 10 times if my distance is very short, or if I just want to reduce the potential range of the projectile.

So, I recommend this rifle for general backyard fun -- plinking of tin cans, paper targets, maybe shooting nuisance pests (with good pellets only) once in a while, etc.!

If you are hoping for a gun that will be a super-accurate target shooter all the time, look elsewhere. However, if you just want a reasonably priced air rifle that can shoot BB's and pellets, hit its target most, but not all, of the time with pellets, and have a lot of fun with, then this is a great choice.

You can put a scope on this rifle. But, don't buy an expensive one. Even after you have sighted the scope, you will still get the wayward shots now and then as I pointed out above. So, it's a waste of money to put a very expensive scope on this rifle. I bought an inexpensive air rifle scope, which works well, but did not break the bank.
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