Daisy Outdoor Products 15XT Pistol (Black, 7.21 Inch)
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- .177 cal. BB ammo with steel smooth bore barrel
- 15 shot capacity with built in magazine
- 480 fps max. velocity
- CO2 semi-automatic action
- Blade and ramp front and fixed open rear sights
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This 15-shot, CO2 powered, semi-automatic pistol is a natural for handgun training. The 15 Shot built-in BB magazine and 3/8 inch dovetail mount for optics makes this gun well equipped for hours of fun on the range.
Time-tested air gun company Daisy's PowerLine of products is designed for advanced shooters, delivering greater velocities and improved accuracy. The 15XT air pistol model is a CO2-powered semiautomatic, ideal for handgun training. A built-in BB magazine holds 15 rounds, and a 0.375-inch dovetail mount lets you customize with your favorite optics and other accessories.
- CO2-powered semiautomatic
- 15-shot magazine
- .177 caliber
- Smooth bore barrel
- Blade and ramp front sight, fixed open rear sight
- Manual trigger block safety
- 480 FPS maximum muzzle velocity
- 240-yard maximum range
- 7.2-inch length
- One-pound weight
This Daisy air gun includes a limited one-year manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
More Americans have taken their first shot with a Daisy BB gun than any other brand. The company's roots trace back to the late 1870s in Plymouth, Michigan, the result of a collaboration between the Plymouth Iron Windmill Company and Plymouth Air Rifle Company. Company founder, watchmaker, and inventor Clarence Hamilton developed an all-metal air gun of his own design, which was originally a bonus item sold to every farmer who purchased a windmill. When Hamilton presented his prototype to the company's board of directors for examination, General Manager L.C. Hough test fired the weapon and exclaimed, in a popular colloquialism of the time, "Boy! That's a daisy!" So that's what they named the gun.
By 1895, sales and popularity of the Daisy had grown so rapidly, the company ceased manufacturing windmills, focused exclusively on producing air guns, and changed its name to Daisy Manufacturing Company. The company has continued to grow over time -- adding models like the renowned Red Ryder, innovative new PowerLine products for advanced shooters, Avanti guns for match competition, and a Winchester-branded line -- and is now based in Rogers, Arkansas.
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The gun weight is perfectly balanced right down to the trigger pull which offers smooth, consistent tension throughout the shot. For the youth age range (12 and older), this is a particularly important feature since it prevents them from pulling against the aiming angle of the gun sight.
Both the left grip, with a butterfly screw on the bottom of the barrel to allow insertion of the CO2 cartridges and the right grip, which requires removal using a small-head screwdriver (don't lose the screws!), come off for thru-and-thru cleaning after cartridge removal. Don't leave the gun to "air" dry; remove both grips and wipe down the inside spaces.
Due to the .177 caliber BB, the gunfire sounds more like a battery-operated nail gun - just a little pop and that's it. But that pop, with negligible recoil, propels each BB the distance of three Bunker Hill Monuments stacked end to end. That's terrific range for such a small-profile gun.
That small profile, lightweight feel, plastic parts and value price point makes this Air Gun easy to underestimate. Don't be fooled: the Powerline Daisy air pistol is the real deal.
Uniform shot groupings and surprisingly good CO2 cartridge life.
My 15XT pistol is a joy to use.
Simple to operate and easy to understand.
My pistol has a good little user's manual.
I think that you'll be well-satisfied with the user's manual.
I also downloaded that user's manual as a PDF file from Daisy's website.
Daisy customer service personnel with whom I've dealt have been very good too, very polite & helpful.
I find my 15XT pistol to be very easy to load.
Negative remarks about how you load this pistol -
Well those remarks might apply to other folks but not to me.
Loading it is easy for me, and I have big hands.
My 15XT was made in Japan.
That's good, in my opinion.
The report of this pistol is loud enough to remind you that you just shot a powerful little gun.
Pros & cons -
1) Pros -
Ah- the grips- I don't know if you call it checkering or what you call it, but the diamond-embossed surfaces of the hand grips make this pistol very easy to hold steady without it slipping around in your hand.
I just like to pick this little pistol up just to feel those nice grips.
They even make it easy to pick up the pistol in the first place.
Size, weight and balance of the piece- very nice, in my opinion.
Overall simplicity of design & operation of the gun.
The fixed sights are very easy for me to use.
And my 15XT pistol is quite accurate.
You can take a quick glance into the magazine slot & see just how many shots you have left until it will be empty.
2) Cons -
The safety is really easy to operate.
That will be great for me- very easy to operate the safety.
I'll be real careful.
But if you're not careful, you could unintentionally push it off quite easily.
Other cons- can't think of any right now.
3) Summary -
Nice little pistol.
It's solid, as I said. I hadn't realized it was basically a cast, nothing moved but the safety. But it works surprisingly well. I got a 40 pack of C02 cartridges when I bought it, as well as a bottle of BB's as well as some pellets for the rifle I also got. This gun has worked well.
Nice to have a gun I don't have to clean after firing, but it's a little too big for my son's hands, so while it works, it's not as comfortable as I had hoped. But he'll grow into it soon enough and it still works for the main purpose I had in mind, teaching him about the proper way to handle and respect weapons.
Couldn't beat the price, was very happy with the purchase.