Cheap Pellet Guns – $30 – $60
You can get cheap pellet guns for under $60 with some even under $45. Cheap pellet guns are great for target shooting and even hunting in some cases. At these really low prices, you can still get a good quality pellet gun that will last for many years. Crosman and Daisy make cheap pellet guns that are good quality.
Here are my 2 picks. I have owned both of these pellet guns for many years.
Daisy Powerline 880 Pellet Gun – $55
My first recommendation as far as cheap pellet guns are concerned is the Daisy Powerline 880. The Powerline 880 is a multi-pump bolt action single shot pellet gun that can also shoot BB’s. It is mostly made from a synthetic material but some of the internal parts and the barrel are steel. The Daisy Powerline 880 is very powerful with a maximum velocity of 750 fps with BB’s. Maximum velocity with lead .177 pellets is 715 fps. If you use PBA pellets you can get almost 800 fps. You can use 3 pumps for target shooting and up to 10 pumps for hunting small game. The Powerline 880 is accurate out to 45 yards.
Crosman 760 Pump Master Pellet Gun – $45
The next cheap pellet gun is the Crosman 760 Pump Master Pellet Gun. The Crosman 760 is also a multi-pump bolt action single shot pellet gun. The stock, forearm and receiver are synthetic but the barrel is metal. The barrel is fully rifled and very accurate. The 760 also shoots BB’s in addition to .177 pellets. Maximum velocity with BB’s is 645 fps. Maximum velocity with alloy pellets is 700 fps. 10 pumps is the maximum while 3 pumps is great for target shooting. The 760 is accurate and reliable. I had one when I was a kid in the 70’s. I had a lot of fun with it.