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Daisy Powerline 340 BB Pistol

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  • Code: 340 · $19.99 · .177 · 240 fps
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No CO2 cartridges to buy. Just load it with 200 steel BBs and start shooting. The Daisy Powerline 340 BB pistol is a spring-piston handgun that makes an ideal starter gun. One of the best reasons to buy this gun is that it won't break the bank. And, the ammo's really inexpensive. Of course, the reason most of us shoot airguns is because we like pulling the trigger and seeing little holes in paper targets. There's no better way to spend an afternoon than loading up this pistol and shooting hour after hour.

Daisy Powerline 340 Air Pistol Features
  • Spring-piston
  • Repeater
  • 200rd BB reservoir
  • 13rd BB Speedload clip
  • Fixed front and rear sights
  • Manual safety
  • Single-action
  • Textured grip panels

You must pull back on the slide to cock the gun for each shot.
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  • ManufacturerDaisy
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity240 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionSlide cocking
  • Barrel StyleSmooth bore
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight1.00
  • Overall Length8.50
  • Barrel Length0.00
  • Loudness2-Low-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity0
  • MechanismSpring-piston
  • RailNo
  • SafetyManual
  • Front SightsBlade
  • Rear SightsFixed
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger Adjustability0
  • Trigger ActionSingle-Action
  • UsePlinking/Fun
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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By JamesUSANovember 27, 2019

First off, it's $20 so don't expect some pro level target pistol. That said, I bought two, one for my wife as we live in Florida and often see small (2') black snakes come through the back yard. They're quick and sometimes aggressive. A simple BB pistol is effective in many ways. For one, no fumbling for the CO2 and loading some rotary magazine. Simple operation. Cock, aim, fire. No it's not some blaster throwing a pellet at over 400fps, but it does it's job at being easy to operate, throws a BB and is surprisingly accurate. I wanted a BB pistol that was easy to load, lightweight, easy to operate. Similar to the old school Marksman. But lighter and easier for my wife to handle. Marksman tends to have a strong spring and cocking can be a chore for my 4'10" under 100 lbs wife... My friend had a rodent issue and I showed him mine. Let him use it a bit. He bought his own. The real value is it's quick to engage, no fumbling around, lightweight and inexpensive.

■ light weight ■ easy to operate ■ easy to load ■ fairly accurate ■ inexpensive ■ quick to engage pests, no looking for CO2

■ 240 fps, but then at short range, it's fine

By SimonUSAAugust 13, 2019

This $10 pistol (its price anywhere else) is exactly that. Thick grip, very plastic loo and feel, and wildly inaccurate. It at least does hit hard for a spring BB - but it takes a bit of strength to cock is as a result. Way to bulky for a kid. Know what you're buying.

Good power for a spring pistol.

Not a good feel in hand. Hard to cock (for kids) Inaccurate. Plasticky.

By vijayUSAOctober 11, 2016

my experience after use

By ShiroOctober 9, 2016

This is a decent gun for its price. I would recommend this as a good holiday or birthday gift for outdoor lovers. No co2 needer, but the trade off is you have to cock it each shot

Good for outdoor lovers and starter shooters, plus no co2 needed!

Slide cock is hard to pull, but I suspect it will get easier as you use it more

By RichardUSAJune 6, 2016

thumbs up

By SidApril 10, 2016

It shot straight and strong for a day then after two days it started to just project the BB out of the barrel and arch downward after about 20 feet of travel. The next thing it started doing was not shoot the BB out but just collect inside the frame. I disassembled it to see if there was an obstruction but could not find one and tried running a cleaning rod through the barrel. No obstruction found. Conclusion is that it is just not well built and I would not recommend this this to anyone.

Looks good and is cheap to buy. Great Paper Weight.

Does not shoot straight. Jams often.

By KevinAugust 21, 2015

Just got the pistol today and I am considering sending it back. About 200 rounds and power is poor and inconsistent. Shooting at a cardboard target at 15 yards and you can see the BBs coming out and arcing downward on half the shots. Will not puncture a pop can at 10 yards. I just want a small single pump air pistol for some cheap target practice

Cost. Action and magazine are fun

Poor and inconsistent power

By JamesUSAJuly 11, 2015

bought this gun to carry around for snake protection. was accurate at about 20 feet. i was happy about how light it was. i shot it a lot, and i dropped once and it didn't work. I took it apart and the Air clinder was broken. its a fun gun to shoot, but not very durable.

By VirgilUSAJuly 3, 2015

Interesting for the price, Simple to operate, but the grip size is too big (thick) to use for training youngsters.

Simple to operate, and low priced, well made and looks like a real gun, primart use would be instructions for first time shooters.

Don't expect a lot from the gun, for the price.

By vinceJune 16, 2015

I've bought 4 of these each one maybe gave me 75 shots they need to put more time in the gun



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Can I use Gamo Hunting Pallets for this gun and how do i Load the magazine???


It is only made for bbs and loading the mag is pretty easy.

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