- Multi-Pump Pneumatic
- Shoots Pellets and BB's
- 4.5mm (.177 Caliber) Ammo Size
- Adjustable Rear Sights
- Monte Carlo Style Stock
- Dovetail Rail
- Single Shot (Pellets); 50 Rounds (BB's)
- 3-10 Pumps Cocking Effort
- 290 Yard Max Shooting Distance
- Manual Safety
- Includes: Air Rifle and 4x15mm Scope with Rings
- Caliber0.177 cal
- Velocity685 fps
- Ammo TypePellets & BBs
- Barrel StyleRifled
- Fire ModeRepeater
- Gun Weight3.1
- MechanismMulti-pump pneumatic
- Front SightsBlade and Ramp
- Rear SightsAdjustable for windage and elevation
- Trigger AdjustabilitySingle-stage
- Trigger Pull7
- UsePlinking / Fun / Target Shooting
- Warranty1 Year Limited
My other two are Daisy 880's circa 1980's. Recently rebuilt my Sears model was not holding air , got the rebuild kit and now it shoots like new .I bought the Winchester 77XS which is no more than a Daisy 880
with a thumbhole stock ,i was disappointed to find that is mostly plastic but on a positive note it is very light and seems durable .These rifles are very easy to pump for just about anyone.Loading a pellet is another story
almost takes a pair of tweezers to load, but BB's work well .880 'S can be found on Ebay with the metal receiver and pump arm for around the same price as the plastics , and then they can still be rebuilt for even less.
I will say, the scope this comes with is junk, so don't waste your time on it. The iron sights where dead on out of the box for me. Get a very good grouping every time.
As for power I'd definitely say this could dispatch squirrels and birds with no problems. But use pellets if you can, although bb's would probably still get the job done. Also this gun could take rabbit I'm sure. I've been hunting many years now and I'm sure this gun could get the job done.
This rifle is extremely light, which can throw you off at first, especially when you're used to heavier break barrels. But the advantage of the weight means it's easier to haul with you through the woods. It's light weight also makes it a great first air gun for a kid.
Overall this gun is worth the money. It's great for plinking and hunting small pests!
i am actually getting better than 800fps witb crossman pellets. around 850fps on my chronograph.
the scope is ok. not great tho but as one reviewer said it does hold its zero well. i found that it groups best at 15yds with the iron sights.
Secondly, pellets are hard to load, scope being there makes it even harder. There is a hole in the chamber that leads to BB compartment, pellets fall in there all the time. Granted, their easy to get out but combine this with the play in the pellet loading lever making it hard to make pellet go into barrel straight. Sometimes loading a pellet becomes a task.
When I pump the gun I can feel the buttstock flexing. Maybe it will hold up, or tightening screws may help. Gives gun a cheap feel.
Power is slightly overrated on box. Box says 800 fps with BB. The manual says about 750 with BB. Not a big deal, it's still the most powerful pump action pellet gun I could find at my local big box sports store, and was in same price range as a 500 fps pellet gun give or take 10 bucks.
Overall, the rifle is a great buy. Just buy the model that does not come with a scope, it costs less, and buy a better scope if desired. You can adapt the loading issues of the gun easily by not pulling loading pin completely back. Overall, I would buy another one.
it says it only pumps up to 10 but i do more
There are fancier guns and scopes out there to be sure, but none come close to the 880's power, accuracy, and value for the $50 price tag. An excellent buy!
overall this is a great powerfull gun..buy it
By Wyatt from Australia on June 12, 2012
By billy small from lexington nc. 27295 on January 2, 2012
By Staff on January 9, 2012
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