The Powerline 880 is Daisy's best-selling multi-pump, pneumatic rifle - and with good reason. This rifle features a molded Monte Carlo stock and forearm, easy pump action and a magazine capacity of 50 BBs allowing you to shoot all day while only needing to refill the rifle a couple of times. To fire the rifle, pump the gun three times for indoor target practice or up to ten times for maximum velocity and simply pull back the bolt and push it forward. Every repetition of this action loads another BB. You can also single load your choice of any .177 caliber pellets. Note: These units are factory returns and have been refurbished by the expert technicians at Daisy prior to being placed back on the market for sale and come with the same One-Year Warranty as brand new rifles. These refurbished rifles are practically new so take advantage of the savings while inventory lasts!
•Weight: 3.10 lbs •Action: Multi-pump pneumatic •Sights: Fiber Optic front sight/Adjustable rear sight •Safety: Crossbolt trigger block •Max. Muzzle Velocity: 800 fps./BB; 665 fps./pellet •Overall Length: 37.6" •Caliber: .177 cal. (4.5 mm) BB or pellet •Stock/Forearm/Grip: Monte Carlo-styled, molded woodgrain •Barrel: Rifled steel •Max. Shooting Distance: 291 yards •Capacity: 50 shot BB; single shot/pellet •Receiver: Engineering resin with dovetail mount for scope •Model: 880
The PowerLine TargetPro is perfectly engineered for the beginning competitive shooter, though it's also a great small-game rifle, and lots of fun for recreational shooting. With just one pump, a shooter gets loads of power, for accurate shooting at the target range, or in the field. With its 5-shot clip, follow up shots are fast, too. The single pump cocking lever, straight-pull bolt action and the fiber-optic sights are easy for beginning or intermediate shooters to use. Plus, the outstanding balance and superior accuracy of the TargetPro gives shooters exactly what they need to hone their skills and earn their stripes in both the woods and in competition. Both of these screws are allen-head (sometimes called hexhead) screws.