The Daisy Powerline 880 pellet gun is a great value ($50) in the air rifle arena. It combines descent quality and accuracy with affordability. The 880 is a multi-pump single shot bolt action rifle with a maximum muzzle velocity of 650 fps with pellets.
Here’s a great target practice video featuring the Daisy Powerline 880 pellet rifle and various entertaining targets ranging from soda cans to street chalk to toy soldiers. You can get really creative with targets for pellet guns.
Resetting targets are really fun when shooting pellet guns in the backyard or out in the woods or desert. You never have to replace your target like with paper targets and you always know when you hit the target. FYI…You can’t use steel BB’s with these targets though…only soft lead or PBA pellets or lead BB’s. Steel BB’s will ricochet off of the metal.
11.5″ wide x 15″ high x 1″ deep
For air guns
Easily portable to create an interactive shooting experience
Made of sturdy heavy duty steel
1.5-Inch shooting spots included
Just push the legs into the ground and start shooting. It’s a ton of fun!!!
If you want the ultimate in penetration and knock-down power from a .22 cal air rifle then you need to use the JSB Diabolo Jumbo Exact Monster…weighing in at 25.39 grains. This is the heaviest .22 cal pellet available and they are super accurate too.
…heavier pellets penetrate deeper than light and fast.
JSB makes the most accurate pellets available and they are reasonably priced too.
So why are they so accurate?
Specific pellet weights
Specially designed shape
Perfect distribution of center of gravity and alignment (balance)
The new Crosman 760 Pumpmaster pellet/BB gun features a pellet magazine. I had a 760 about 35 years ago when I was a kid and you had to load pellets one at a time. Now there is a 5 pellet magazine that slides into the action. It’s pretty slick.