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Daisy Powerline 4x15

Includes 11mm dovetail rings
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  • Code: 808 · 20mm · Fixed ·
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Adjustable for windage and elevation. Features include: cross-hair reticle, fog and shockproof and color corrected. Fits standard 3/8 inch dovetail mount.
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Specs
  • ManufacturerDaisy
  • ConditionNew
  • AONo
  • IlluminationNo
  • MagnificationFixed
  • Mounts2 Piece Dovetail
  • OpticsScope
  • ReticleStandard
  • Tube Size20mm
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Summary
Daisy Powerline 4x15
3.0
4 Reviews
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75% Recommend this product (3 of 4 responses)
By Cole
Nipomo, CA
DON'T BUY FOR HUNTING
December 8, 2018
No hate towards Daisy but this scope is not worth your money, only 2 reasons are A. The guns recoil throws it off on the first shot B. Your lucky if it even is able to be sighted in at all
Prosmakes a great door stopper
Conseverything about it
Best Usesdoor stopper
By Joseph S.
Racine, WI
Good little scope for variable pump gun
October 23, 2018
This little scope works well on the Daisy 35 variable pump air rifle.
ProsCost
ConsFixed power, 15mm
Best UsesVariable pump guns of smaller size
By Greg
New York
Economical & Satisfactory
April 2, 2017
Application: Fitted to Daisy 880

Fit & finish: Excellent, good, no burrs, all holes and threads complete, screws of good quality. Front lens came with complimentary but washable smudge.

General impression: This item should be regarded as an "enhanced open scope", it's nice enough to help people who may have trouble with focus, but obviously the optics do not match more expensive scopes. Although the site picture is a little grey, the cross hairs are crisp and functional.

Overall experience: When first installed my shots placed roughly 7" low,6" right. I used a .030" shim on rear dove tail, and a .020" shim in the rear scope ring which got me in the tune-able zone. From there the reticles adjusted and responded as expected. Contrary to many comments I read, I found moving the scope *away from my eye made an immediate improvement with shadow crowding and target acquisition. I ended up with a position much like the commercial illustrations with the reticle adjustment above the breach.

In Summation: If you want the advantage of a scope to just get the darned thing on target and make your shot this will work. If you need to see the critter's eye ball with crystal clarity you'll need to spend a little more money. The product works for me and I can shoot predictable groupings.
By Norm
Grand Blanc, MI
learned to shoot with this scope over 40 years ago.
May 30, 2015
If I remember correctly, this is the same scope I drooled over as a kid and finally convinced my dad to "splurge" and get it for me. I think it was $5 in 1974.

It has no parallax adjustment. Cloudy optics. Darkest low-light scope I've ever looked through. Completely useless at dawn and dusk.

In bright daylight, it's very effective out to 30 yards.

Responsible for the killing of literally 1,000's of little green army men hiding in the sand box and ditch bank. Maybe 100's of sparrows and starlings, a few crows and even a rooster pheasant.

Like the title says, I learned to shoot with it and, for many years it was my most prized possession. Wish I knew what happened to it. :)






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