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Daisy Powerline 901, .177 cal

Available in .177, Shoots BBs & Pellets
Only $69.99
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  • Code: PY-846 · $69.99 · .177 · 750 fps
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Introducing the New Powerline Model 901. With its black advanced-composite stock and forearm, this sleek, multi-pump air rifle shoots either BBs or pellets. Target shooters will be in the black with the adjustable rear sight, the TruGlo fiber optic front sight and the rifled steel barrel. With a maximum muzzle velocity of 750 fps and a dovetail feature for mounting optics, this gun also fits the bill for small game hunting. Pair this gun with shooting glasses, ShatterBlast Breakable Targets, a ShatterBlast Six Shooter, and a safe backstop for hours of shooting fun!  Powerline 901 Multi-Pump Air Rifle Dual Ammo (BB or pellet) 750 fps (with BBs), less with pellets

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  • ManufacturerDaisy
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 750 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Bolt-action
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 3.20
  • Overall Length 37.75
  • Barrel Length 20.80
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 0
  • Mechanism Multi-pump pneumatic
  • Rail 11mm dovetail
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights Fiber Optic
  • Rear Sights Adjustable
  • Shots per Fill 0
  • Trigger Adjustability Single-stage
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Plinking/Fun
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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By Homesteader

Perfect for squirrels I purchased this product specifically to rid my garden of squirrels. The product is accurate and the fiber optic front and movable rear sites are a blessing. Right out of the box with no adjustment three squirrels from about 100 ft using the RWS Super-H Point .177 Pellets.

By AaronUSAFebruary 21, 2024 Verified Purchase

Just like the Dasiy 880 loving it

By MarkyFebruary 7, 2022

I wouldn't use pellets with a BB in the nose such as gamo rockets. The magnetic tip in the the breech will mis-align them and then you have pull them out with tweezers. argh!!

Fairly easy to pump up as compared to the the crosman 1377. The iron sights are okay. But with a red dot or a 4x scope you will really improve your accuracy. Good velocity at 7+ pumps

A little bigger loading port for big fingers.

By DaleUSADecember 30, 2021

Just like old times, but better. I grew up with a Daisy 880 in my hands. I shot EVERY day. I just received my 901. Yes there is more plastic on it than my old 880, but it still feels like home. Though the pneumatic pump handle is different the muscle memory is surprisingly the same. The bolt action is just as I remembered it to be. I can operate this air-rifle with my eyes closed. Tonight I hope I dream of days of old roaming the woods and shooting pinecones and tin cans. "IT'S A DAISY!"

The sights are perfect for my presbyopic eyes. A perfect fit adult plinker.


By GreggUSAOctober 10, 2019

This is one powerful air rifle. I’m using Seneca round nose pellets at twenty pumps. Yes, you can pump it twenty times with a noticeable increase in power. Sufficient for squirrels. The breech will not take H&N Sniper Magnum pellets. They are slightly long. Great gun. I highly recommend for plinking or small game hunting at 25 yards.

Powerful. Accurate.

Will not accept longer pellets

By hopefullySeptember 4, 2019

way back when i was a teen i owned a 901 model but the one i owned back in the 1980's was more fancy contain more metal and had daisy flowers engraved in the receiver that was all metal but the arm pump was plastic the bolt was also trigger was metal safety button was plastic either way it was a pretty strong air gun still sold as 750 fps all these years later as well pellets worked the best through it bbs not so much i still wish I had it know but when it broke i was foolish enough to throw it away i got a pellet gun in place of it spring action it was a model 130 daisy made from the gamo factory in spain i thought it was stronger better all that i was wrong it caused horrible fatigue from the spring action it was heavy vibrating to much after pulling the trigger misses up the shot reduces arm excercise even cased head sickness from the vibration spring so i recommend pump air guns as well as the bicycle pump type air gun as well as co2 for clean better shot with out vibration nitro piston still vibrate a high pitch vibration that I don't care for vibration goes in head face even down the neck arms pneumatics and co2s dot do that so i recommend all pump pneumatic and co2 only over all does fancy wood guns with pistons so that is my opinion shoot safely allways and i regret i ever waste my time with a piston i never bought one ever again expect for pneumatics and there making them stronger now to shoot safe allways thanks for reading .

no vibration when shooting clean shooting reduce fatigue and headaches keeps shots straght and perfect longer shooting time than springer with out tiring as fast.

older models more fancy more metal than the ones today but it doesn't effect it reallly

By DelmarAugust 18, 2017

First, my order of the daisy 901 from airgun depot was hassle free and prompt.As with the daisy 901 and price point it's accurate with the right pellets,mine loves the jsbs exacts 8.44 and at 10 yards with the stock open sights once sighted in and after a little tape mod done to the front of barrel will stack pellets easily and at 15 will do about 1/4 in group.i think this is great for the price of the gun and with open sights and it seems to group well from 4-10 pumps,2-3 pumps the groups will open up some but still not bad.Ive got a few other airguns ranging from highly tuned sprinters and accurate co2's and the daisy 901 is the one I shoot the most. Love the variable pumps.

Cheap and accurate and fun

Heavy trigger,stock open sight a little tough to really dial in.

By PaulUSAAugust 26, 2016

A step up from the Daisy 880, very accurate and fun

Very accurate Price


By SamJuly 29, 2016

After doing a lot of research online reading reviews and calling airgun sellers I decided to get the powerline 901.I wanted something powerful and accurate enough for pest control but not too loud plus I didnt want to spend a lot of money. This gun fit the bill perfectly. I dont think you can find a better rifle in this price range. I bought a 3x9x32mm scope and sighted it in at 40 ft. I wad able to get quarter sized groups with bbs! I didnt want to use lead because I have ducks and they eat anything. I found 8.5 grain leadfree pellets and after sighting in with the pellets I was able to put pellet on pellet several times. I shot 14 rats out of the trees at night with NO misses in the first 3 nights. Since then I get 2 or 3 a night as their numbers have decreased. For pest control and small game you cant beat this gun at this price.

By ThomasUSAJuly 24, 2015

I had heard about the accuracy of this rifle and for the price seemed unbelievable. I had to try it and the reports were not an exaggeration at all. Out of the box, put on an old 4x scope and started shooting. After a few shots to range in, I tried 5 shots for grouping and could cover the result with a dime.

Accurate. Wider forearm makes it easier to pump and feels more solid. Length of pull is suited more to adults, comfortable to hold and aim.


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What is the length of pull on this rifle?

asked Armand

Rifle must be 20 years old. What kind of cleaning must I do? I pump it and it does not discharge the BB. Should I use any oil in the barrel to clean? Is there any operation manual for it?

asked Philip "Pink" Gorman

You can find the manual online google it. You probably need to replace seals. Seal kits can be found online as well and it shouldn't be hard to do. YouTube videos can guide you through it

Chris from USA

Where is it made?

asked Reggie

It is made in china, however it is a really good value. I put a fairly decent scope on mine. I only shoot Crosman Premier pellets & I can shoot 1" groups out pass 30 yards. And definitely more powerful than any other Multi pumps in that price range. It'll take down a squirrel at 25- 30 yards or shoot through a full pop can at 25-30 yards with enough power to hit my barn 50 yards behind that. If you're lookin for something cheap just to plink around with and have fun, maybe even take a squirrel or two, this gun is for you. And it really does feel good and solid

Travis from USA

My Daisy 1150 has a breakdown barrel. There was a rubber gasket where the barrel goes back together, right where the pellet is placed. Where can I purchase a new seal, or gasket?

asked J T Riordan

hi i am Amjad From Pakistan I want to Purchase this Daisy 901

asked amjad sohail

Go to that webpage, where the item you want is. Click on "Add to Cart." (There will be a pop up with other items if you want those) Then click "proceed to checkout" if that is everything you want. When your checking out at the sight and there is a restriction you will get a warning before you purchase the product. There are a lot of different regulations for all different countries and they are always changing, so we have set up an automatic warring if there is a product, based on your location, that is forbidden.

Scott from USA

How many times can daisy air rifle 177 cal be pumped? What is maximum?

asked rick

According to the manufacture's instructions, now more than 10 times.


How hard is the pumping action? How many pumps to get maximum velocity?

asked John

The difficulty of the pump action is subjective. For a full grown man it should not be a problem, for a 10 year old boy it may be a little difficult. I will say it's much easier than a break barrel gun, the closer you get to 10 pumps, the harder it gets.


Its very easy to pump, and it gets easier as you break it in. 10 pumps gives you 750fps with BBs and 715fps with pellets. I usually only use 3-5 pumps when plinking and all 10 when hunting.


Are bbs or pellets better for this gun?

asked Sam

I recommend using light weight pellets with this rifle.

Steve from USA
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