Daisy's Powerline 5170 Co2 Pistol will shoot its 21 rounds as fast as you can pull the trigger. Featuring a fixed slide you push BBs out at a stagering 430FPS making this a great back yard gun for shooting cans, paper targets, Daisy Shatter blasts or breakable objects.
Load up your 21 shot magazine, plug in your 12 gram Co2 powerlet and enjoy.
Ammo Type: BBs
Body Components: Plastic Frame and Slide
Overall Length: 6.8"
Barrel Style: Smooth Bore
Fire Mode: Semi-Auto
Action: Double Action Only
Power plant: Co2
Gun Weight: 1lbs
Front Sight: Blade and Ramp
Rear Sight: Fixed
Warranty: 1 Year Limited
Daisy Powerline 5170 Co2 BB Pistol
- Caliber0.177 cal
- Velocity520 fps
- Ammo TypeBBs
- Barrel StyleSmooth bore
- Fire ModeRepeater
- Gun Weight1
- Hop UpNo
- Front SightsBlade and Ramp
- Rear SightsFixed
- Trigger ActionDouble-action only
- UsePlinking / Fun
- Warranty1 Year Limited
I would recommend this item to a friend.
daisy powerline5170 .177 co2bbcaliber
January 30, 2015
powerful gun I staked full pop cans one behind the other seven total rip right thur them like if they were made of paper if you buy the sight that is recamended you can shoot a pop size target about 90 yards away and I mean I hit the can 17 times with one magazine.
Pros:verey powerful for the price feels good when shooting more accurate then you would think with a smooth barel
Cons:please make a version with a rifel barrel if so look out it will be heaven.
May 29, 2010
Got this gun a week ago. The rounds go far and fast, and somewhat accurate. THIS IS NOT AN ACCURACY GUN! Do not buy this if you are looking for accuracy. Another downer: too many mounting rails. Sometimes it gets in the way of firing. A very good thing: more rounds per clip. You can fit at least 20 rounds into the clip.
November 30, -0001
This is a great gun, not that great accuracy wise but about average compared to other guns. I can probably hit a man size target at 80 yards with alot of compenstation and a squirrel size target at 20 yards. Its really just a fun gun and it's great for all day plinking and theres alot of rails which can be both a good thing and a bad thing depending on what you like but i usually just slide the rails off. But the one thing I want to emphasis the most is the durability, There are no screws or pins left in my current gun(I lost them when I was taking it apart), the internals are almost completely rusted (I dropped it in the water twice) (I had to make slits in the barrel and clamp washers on the mechanism since it slid when I pulled the trigger since it rusted when it fell in the water) and it still works perfectly like the day got it, even without screws it has a tight enough fit to stay together and work flawlessly (Plus I can take it apart alot faster when I'm in the woods now) but overall if you just want a fun gun to protect you from those viscious squirrels this is great for the money, personally it's beat out some of my 100 dollar guns so go for it.