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Daisy Powerline 415 BB Pistol

CO2 Powered, Shoots BBs
  • Code: 415 · .177 · 500 fps
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If casual pistol shooting is the way you like to pass the time, the Daisy Powerline 415 might be your ticket to happiness. It has a decent range and velocity, and it holds 21 rounds of steel BBs. You could spend hours on a lazy Saturday afternoon just shooting mag after mag. It's a great way to put in some trigger time!

Daisy Powerline 415 Features
  • Semiauto
  • Uses a 12-gram CO2 cartridge
  • 21rd magazine built into the removable bottom of the grip
  • Weaver accessory rail
  • Includes: Daisy Powerline 415 pistol

Steel BBs can ricochet. The shooter and everyone in the shooting area should wear safety glasses when a gun is being handled (even if it's unloaded). Remember to remove all pets from the area, as rebounding ammo can hit them, too. Never shoot steel BBs at hard objects (including metal targets) or water, as that increases the chance of ricochet. The owner's manual states this pistol delivers 500 fps (Daisy's website states 495 fps).
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  • ManufacturerDaisy
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 500 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type BBs
  • Action Semiautomatic
  • Barrel Style Smooth bore
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 1.00
  • Overall Length 8.60
  • Barrel Length 0.00
  • Loudness 4-Medium-High
  • Magazine Capacity 0
  • Mechanism CO2
  • Rail No
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights Blade
  • Rear Sights Fixed
  • Shots per Fill 0
  • Trigger Adjustability 0
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Plinking/Fun
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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By KennethApril 27, 2022

The pistol has a LOT of power. It could likely kill someone if they were hit in a vital spot. Great pistol to carry/keep for self defense if you do not want a real firearm, it looks so real no attacker will stop to closely inspect it to see that it is not a real firearm. And if you do load this pistol and shoot someone with it, they just might think they really have been shot since it will penetrate normal clothing and reach bare skin. In other words, it is going to HURT and hurt badly. OR just load the CO2 cylinder, and the noise it makes when you pull the trigger is sounds like a real gunshot..........

This pistol is the best BB pistol you can buy for under $100.00 and it will shame most pistols no matter what they cost. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! Made in Japan so the parts all fit!

Info is wrong! This pistol is a top loader, there is no removable magazine in the grip. That is where the CO2 cylinder is located.

By Joseph USANovember 6, 2021

Great BB gun for the price point DAISY'S always made some pretty good products....


Better co2 usage , you can run out pretty quick , stock up on Co2....

By JohnnyJanuary 22, 2021

This is the first air gun I've owned, bought it one year ago. I've hade no problems with it whatsoever. It's very accurate and easy to shoot. I only use Daisy CO2 and Daisy Match Grade Precision Ground Shot. The best velocity I've recorded so far is 501.1 fps. I'm so impressed with this air gun that I will be purchasing another one in the near future. For the price and quality, this is a real bargain.

Accurate. Easy to load and shoot. Weight feels good in the hand. I've never experienced any leaks, jams, or misfires with this air gun. It has operated flawlessly.

Trigger pull is a bit heavy. I compensate by using a two handed grip, using my middle finger for the trigger pull. Even with a hard pull this air gun is still very accurate at 30-50 feet.

By LarryDecember 26, 2020

Got this yesterday, already put around 200 BBs through it and overall the gun is well worth the price. Accurate sights even for somebody with as little experience as myself, this is my first. Good power for the cost as well. Couldn't have asked for a better one to start off with for such a low price.

C02 doesn't last nearly as long as the manual says it should. Manual says it should last you around 150 shots, I can manage 75-80 before it loses most of its power. That may just be because the ones they send with the gun or bad or maybe its the cold weather I don't know. (Shooting it below freezing)

By John McDonaldDecember 10, 2020

I keep buying them because I can rebuild them. Maybe I will figure a way to fix the plastic frame that is so prone to failure

I have owned probably 6 or more of these and have one operational now. They shoot well and have good power for an air gun this size

The reason I have owned 6 or more is that they require a lot of maintenance. You will have to reseal the air chamber at least one or two times. By then the plastic frame will have broken some where. My most recent failure was that the muzzle end plastic that retains the related screw broke on firing and launched the two springs and the plastic retainer somewhere. The plastic frame on this one, as others is now unusable. Saved parts for other gun.

By AnonymousOctober 31, 2019

I bought this gun this summer. I have easily shot close to 1,000 bbs with it and it still works great. The accuracy on mine is very good. It is a very powerful bb gun. The price makes me wonder how long this gun will continue to shoot as good as it has. So far so good.

The power is excellent for the cost. The CO2 cartridges last what I consider to be a pretty decent amount a time in view of the power with which it shoots the bbs. It's very fun to shoot

The gun is lightweight. But as someone already mentioned, it is well reinforced. Doesn't look like a replica, but if you don't mind that, it's not a big deal.

By Kreigen F.August 2, 2019

This thing jammed within a month and the trigger kept getting locked. Accuracy is sub par for the most part. CO2 cartridge often leaked and called it quits. Get a more reliable gun, most guns at this price point won’t last long.

Loud OK accuracy

Constant jamming Heavy trigger pull Leaks

By Avid S.July 23, 2019

This is the best pistol in its price range. Very accurate, powerful, and efficient. I have about 4000 rounds through this gun and it still shoots like brand new with zero malfunctions pretty incredible. I practice a lot with dozens of air and powder firearms and this is one that really impresses me every time i use it. Made in Japan for $30.00 its rugged. As a final note this gun feels good in the hand. In my personal opinion if your a gun enthusiast at any level you really need this one!

Price Quality Power Reliability Ergonomics

I have no real deal breaker cons but to be fair i will describe maybe some things you may consider Its a little too light for a realistic feel Plastic but in defending the build it is metal re-enforced The loading system is integral 20 shot spring loaded reservoir i can load in under 30 seconds but if your an external magazine fan this might be a slight issue

By joselitoUSAJune 22, 2019

it is full metal or plastic?

By TJUSAFebruary 25, 2019

The bb gun is the best bb pistol I've got so far.

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How long does a co2 cartridge last and what do they cost?

asked Dick Duffy

Can i buy this pistol

asked Sangte

how do you load BB's?

asked lonnie

How long does a co2 cartridge last

asked Gene Austin

what size of bbs does this gun requireH

asked Ian

Can you put a laser scope on this air pistol?

asked LaVerne

How dose the 21rd magazine built into the removable bottom of the grip work? Can't find any info on this.

asked Paul Brady Sr

Hello, Scott from USA. You are wrong David explained it perfectly, it loads into a built-in magazine on the top of the slide.

Lee from USA

It doesn't work from the bottom of the grip. The description is wrong. The Daisy 415 model has an integrated magazine that runs along the top ridge of the pistol. It loads easily from the top and a little spring keeps and feeds the bb's as needed. The only thing that goes in the grip is the CO2 cartridge. There is NO magazine in the grip on the Daisy 415 BB pistol.

David from USA

Hello, The magazine slides in and out of the bottom of the grip. Thanks

Scott from USA
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