Written on: 27/08/2010
Bought the 1000Rx just to keep my eye in for deer season but the trigger is truly awful. When my teenage son tried to take a shot he was convinced the safety was still on. If you ignore the effort to pull the trigger then the rest of the package is ok in that it has loads of power and can be quite accurate. Compared to an Airarms Tx 200 it is junk but that gun costs a lot more. In the end I sold the Winchester and bought a Gamo CFX, this also has a poor trigger but it is leagues better then... (read more)
Written on: 11/06/2010 by coptocook (2 reviews written)
I am a former sergeant US Air Force Security Police and a US Marshal, I have taught explosives and small arms for over 40 years. I like this Winchester Daisy 1000X air rifle. The stock and finish beats my RWS model 93, so does the velocity of the pellet. The sights are great, (I do not use scopes) Since I have shot everything from a BB gun to a rocket launcher, the recoil is nothing. Accurate, nice velocity of 1,000 fps, and tapered stock fits great and the stock finish is beautiful... (read more)
Written on: 02/05/2010 by Gypsy Rover (1 review written)
I Have used my rifle for rabbit, turkey and geese. I have found the gun very accurate. I have never tried it with a scope as I don't use scopes on my hunting rifles. If you have to shoot more than 30 yards then you need to spend more time out in the field. The trigger pull is a little hard but you get used to it. It is a little hard to cock after a few shots but there is no reason to hurry anyway. If you put a little oil on your pellet it sounds just like a 22. (read more)
Written on: 17/02/2010
Definitly. More accuracy and better ammunition. Alltogether a great airgun. (read more)
Written on: 30/01/2010
Very hard trigger pull makes it hard to shoot accurate. It's a beast to cock and is very noisy. Mine came right out of the box brand new and didn't shoot worth a darn. I mounted a bushnell scope on it and ran out of verticle adjustment due to the barrel not being in line with the rest of the gun. That is to say that the barrel has a cant. It droops downward a couple degrees. When using the open sights it was hard to contain a pattern on the target due to the poor trigger assembly.Just plain... (read more)
Written on: 19/01/2010 by ezman604 (2 reviews written)
I have 2 of these AGs. One is the Powerline 1000S synthetic and the other Winchester 1000WS wooden stock. Both are Turkish Hatsan manufacture. Right from the box, these are rough cocking and have massive recoil and springer "twang". The triggers are less than adequate. They are beasts.
They are also very good candidates for a home tune/lube. I have disassembled both of mine, dressed out the main spings, added polished washers, touched up the trigger and used moly lube everywhere needed. Both... (read more)
Written on: 06/11/2009
I purchase my winchester 1000 model at a close out sale Kmart for 51.00 with tax. I did this to test the quality of the Turkish made air rifle.
right out of box the cocking was full of roughness. so I took synthetic oil,
Lubed the spring all hindges with out the taking stock off.The fired a few rounds out the barrel. then I clean the rifling with brush solvent and cloth. removed the sites on barrel and mounted a 3x9 power 40mm scope.
I found that the scope movement was wicked from the... (read more)
Written on: 23/10/2009
I have had my Winchester 1000 for about three years and have never had a problem with it. The recoil is not that bad i have never had a problem with scopes the trigger pull is a little stiff at first but after about 1000 or so shots it loosens right up. my gun will hold a one inch pattern at 75 yards so the gun is a accurate gun it just needs the right person shooting it. (read more)
Written on: 19/01/2009 by Josiewales (1 review written)
The Daisy 1000 is a bargain when you understand the issues. I could not get the scope to stay at zero would always move. This was a rifle that had been returned and I got a bargain on it under $70 with the scope. I sent back the scope and daisy sent me a new one. The pellets that this gun comes with are trash...they fit to loosely in gun. I use the Beeman super acurate field points and I was achieving 1/2 inch groups at 25 yards without a rest. I do admit that the trigger is to stiff. This... (read more)
Written on: 28/12/2008
The Winchester Daisy 1000x air rifle is very powerful and very balanced in weight the trigger is heavy but if you sit their and squeeze slowly you get the same result scopes dont set still on it they gradually bump farther and farther back every time you shoot unless you put a tiny screw with a tab on it on the back hole on the rail it should keep it on right ive had this rifle for about a year now its dont me good although some ammo fits tighter in the barrel than others it still shoots... (read more)
Written on: 18/11/2008
This is a nice airgun for the money its a pretty accurate pellet gun. I would recommend using RWS super h hollow point for it ,you can buy them at cabelas or the bass pro shop. I've taken two red squirrels with this airgun. (read more)
Written on: 15/10/2008 by america2002
Great inexpensive gun but plan on buying a different scope and/or scope base. The scope is horrible. I would sight it in and for the first 10-20 shots it was very accurate But after about the 20th shot it would be all over the place. the Winchester Daisy 1000x is very inexpensive and powerful (read more)
Written on: 04/10/2008 by ZoneIII
This gun is an excellent value and I am very happy with it. It's accurate and powerful. However, if you get he model with the scope, be aware that the two-piece scope mounts are absolutely useless and they will loosen with every shot. Fortunately, the remedy is simple: Just buy a one-piece scope mount and the problem is fixed. But I can't excuse Winchester for not fixing this problem because it is well known. If they just tried their own product they would know instantly that the... (read more)
Written on: 20/09/2008 by vkelly22 (1 review written)
Overall I am very happy with the Winchester 1000x break-barrel air rifle. A powerful air-rifle, I love the solid hardwood stock. The gun is very accurate,once you have sited in your scope. Great for someone who is serious about learning to shoot at a low cost. I am very happy with my purchase. The gun is little heavy I think for the average person. The cocking action takes a while to break in. The so call new & improved scope was not very good. I had to buy better scope and I am very happy... (read more)
Written on: 13/09/2008 by kp4att (4 reviews written)
This rifle is really cheap, but it is not for kids. The rifle requires a strong arm; I like strong rifles, that are mean, a long term useful rifle. The construction as I wrote above is excellent and the performance it is perfect. Do not think, that for the price, you will be buying a low profile rifle, no, no. As my personal experience, today, September 12, 2008, I returned to air gun depot a new and expensive $480.00 plus shipping to Puerto Rica island, Gamo hunter extreme rifle. The... (read more)
Written on: 26/08/2008 by willtheking9
A good, overall product worth the money you pay for a pretty powerful rifle. A good starter rifle for anyone wishing to purchase an air rifle. (read more)
Written on: 18/08/2008
It is a super-powerful tough gun. I accidently left it on the trunk of my car one night after I was through shooting. The next morning It flew off the trunk off my car and landed on its muzzle. It still was very accurate and dependable. VERY TOUGH GUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I recommend getting the one with the scope, as the scope is very accurate. Make sure you sight in the scope, however. I would reccomend this gun to anyone buying an airgun, except for small children, because the kick is too much... (read more)
Written on: 19/06/2008 by burtpricejr (1 review written)
This airgun could be a good one of it was reworked.I have been hunting for 40 years. Its kind of hard to pick the right rifle for your needs but if you could shoot these airguns before purchase it would make things a lot easier and not get surprised later on their performance. Picking the right anmo is tricky because no two kinds shoot or hit the same even with the same weight or mm size and some 177 pellets want fit in my airgum at all. The kind of airgun Daisy1000LR is again what I have (read more)
Written on: 02/05/2008 by eztee (1 review written)
I would recommend this model. I know there are others out there like Gamo and so fourth, but this is the best that i have shot. (read more)
Written on: 17/04/2008 by tusharmahajan (1 review written)
Well it might be not as powerful as a 350 diana or gamo 1250, but the gun is powerful enough to gun down a rabbit, i personally felt 350 diana and gamo 1250 are more powerful in terms of velocity, but they are too long and hence the weight balance is not even, both these guns are heavier in the front than the butt, while winchester 1000x is perfectly balnced hence making it more user firendly, (read more)
Written on: 15/04/2008
great gun looks sharp. I love this gun great accuracy and speed i have the winchester scope works good, consider buying it. (read more)
Written on: 29/03/2008
Great, well worth it. Holds a half inch group at 30 feet. Takes a little time to site it in. I would recommend this air rifle, its accurate and good value for money (read more)
Written on: 21/01/2008
i use this gun to hunt and i use a red head rimfire scope and the accuracy is amazing the recoil you get used to after about 10 shots and the trigger pull is only 6 pounds great for rabbit hunts and other critters. With my 1000sb is great i shot through a thick book and it went clean through so if you looking for a accurate powerful gun this is it. (read more)
Written on: 01/01/2008
My sights worked well out of the box (maybe I'm just lucky). (read more)
Written on: 24/11/2007 by danyk (3 reviews written)
I knew if I was going to have an airgun collection it wouldn't be complete without a Winchester Rifle. One of the most identified rifle names in history.
On a whim I found one at a Bass Pro Shop Outdoor World For $74.99 with a 4x32 scope.
It is hard to cock and the trigger is not that light but following some polishing and modifications I found on the web I've been able to remove all of the creep and half the trigger pull effort. It still cocks hard.
The Winchester 4x32 is bright and clear... (read more)
Written on: 05/08/2007 by David55 (1 review written)
I really would like to know how to lighten the trigger pull. (read more)
Written on: 13/07/2007 by brodybar (1 review written)
Wrote Daisy concerning the trigger pull and was told it was set at the factory (in Turkey) to 20 lbs and is not adjustable. I was able to modify it but would not recommend anyone doing this if they are not willing to lose the rifle or have a good degree of mechanical ability or engineering smarts. Now it shoots great, but I nearly ruined it, and Daisy does NOT sell spare parts!
I have also found you need to shoot heavier pellets to get consistent groups (8 or more grain). Because of the... (read more)
Written on: 03/03/2007 by scrubbie (1 review written)
Picked one up for 50.00 used, has a BSA 4x32 AO Airgun Scope on it.
Couldn't deal with the trigger , but liked it's accuracy off a bench at 10m.
Replace the trigger let-off screw with a slightly longer one. Mine was not even been touching the sear when fully turned in.
Take the trigger apart, paying CLOSE attention to what goes where, it's all held together with E-clips and spring tension. Remove 2 coils only from long trigger tension spring. No more than 2 or you risk too weak a spring.... (read more)
Written on: 10/02/2007 by rambill79 (3 reviews written)
Not too impressed with the rifle except it has a lot of power. The trigger sucks with a mile of creep, and I have not been able to shoot nice tight groups even with a bench rest and sandbags. (read more)
Written on: 19/10/2006 by smellslikepeople
I kind of liked the Daisy 1000x for a hundred bucks what more can you ask for. I did not like the way it handled and it was very hard to cock compared to the Gamo Shadow 1000. For that much money it is a good buy for a starter gun or a gun just to play around with but I lke the Gamo Shadow 1000 a lot better. (read more)
Written on: 07/10/2006 by TxNighthawk
Over all, buck for buck, you can't go wrong with this Winchester Daisy 1000x gun. After I sighted it in, I have never missed a shot. One shot - one kill, some at over 80 yards.
I think the gun is built very solid. It is one of the lowest priced 1000+ FPS guns you can get and it out preforms most of the high priced guns. (read more)
Written on: 10/09/2006 by JOSHUA D DIAZ (2 reviews written)
The Winchester Daisy 1000x has very good wood work. It's powerful and accurate, however, it is definitely not for beginners. Unfortunately it has a plastic trigger and sights and has heavy pull on the break barrel but you get compensated by the power and accuracy. Too bad it is not available in .22. It would have made a very good 800 fps shooter. Great value for the money. (read more)
Written on: 01/08/2006 by forrest342 (1 review written)
The Winchester Daisy 1000x air rifle is very accurate! Remember, don't hold it tight against your shoulder. It is heavy, and may take a while to break in, but after about 650 shots accuracy gets a lot better. It takes a while to sight-in, but overall it's a good gun. Remember to let it recoil if you want 1 hole groups at 15 yards. If you hold the gun tight you will have 6 inch groups. (read more)
Written on: 31/05/2006 by maclemens (1 review written)
Excellent!! I just bought the Winchester Daisy 1000SB improved trigger, with scope 3X9X32, and in my opinion for less than $100.00, this pellet rifle rocks! I recommend this for anyone that wants power without powder! (read more)
Written on: 12/04/2006 by diablo666 (1 review written)
The Winchester 1000x is a good rifle for the money. The joints can get stiff when you first go to break the barrel. You can put some grafite on the little triangular pieces that hold the barrel in place. When I first took the rifle out of the box I noticed that it was a little front heavy but not to bad. It will not make that much of a diffrence but I would not put a muzzle brake on it. If you realy want to put one on you can take off the butt pad and drill out a whole and then put in a lead... (read more)
Written on: 23/02/2006 by jmhunter14
When I first got the Winchester Daisy 1000x I was very disappointed; it took a good while to sight in and the trigger was ridiculously stiff. However, after working on the sights and using a little WD40, it was in great shape for hunting. It is relatively quiet, but very powerful. After the first week or two I was killing squirrels at 40 yards and I even took a rabbit at 60 yards on a friend's farm. I would definitely recommend the 1000SB to those who are looking for a convenient, low priced... (read more)
Written on: 31/01/2006 by USsoccer114 (12 reviews written)
The Winchester Daisy 1000X is awesome, period. I have the 1000sb(synthetic stock.) (read more)
Written on: 27/01/2006 by chaddhamilton (1 review written)
Let me first say that I recieved the Winchester Daisy 1000x as a gift and it came with a Powerline scope.
As an owner of an RWS 94 and several other midrange air rifles I have to say that this rifle is a big disappointment.
First - it comes from the factory with an unusable trigger adjustment screw! Has anyone at Daisy USA actually tested this and noticed that the trigger pull is obscenely stiff? I've since replaced this screw, but I just have to wonder how many folks have bought this and... (read more)
Written on: 25/12/2005 by usmcguy1812
The Winchester Daisy 1000x is a good rifle. I got mine from a friend who gave it to me. when I got it it was full of rust. I got some chemical solvent, and some rustoleum spray-paint and it's as good as new. Mine is a newer version I guess because it has an adjustable trigger. After lubing and adjusting the trigger it's just fine. As for accuracy, I can hit a 3/4in circle 25-30 yards away, consistantly in the standing position (with my BSA classic 4x32 scope). I can easily drop a pigeon from... (read more)
Written on: 15/10/2005 by leonidus (7 reviews written)
I got this Hatsan 70 camo second hand, but almost in new condition, it's name on American market is Winchester Daisy 1000. Accuracy is very good, despite not very good rifling in the barrel. One thing that should be done is putting a single piece scope mount on it, otherwise you may not get great results. With a single piece scope mount and a 4x32 scope I was able to get 1" center-to-center groups at 33 yards pretty easy (my shooting distance in the yard). I tried about 6-7 different... (read more)
Written on: 06/10/2005 by NewguyInTown (1 review written)
I've had the Winchester Daisy 1000x gun since last February and I don't really like it. The scope I used with it would never sight in due to the fact that every time you break the barrel, the barrel moves, which eliminates the point in sighting it in. It's also a bit hard to cock, but not too bad. (read more)
Written on: 20/09/2005 by antennaguy (1 review written)
I just bought the Winchester/Daisy 1000x. I find it to be a pretty good air rifle. The trigger pull on the one I bought is NOT too hard; it IS however a little long. The 'recoil' is nothing.
If you take your time and squeeze off your shots like you should, you'll find this rifle very accurate.
The only thing I'd add, is that it IS a 1000fps rifle and it does have a stiff spring. So take care when cocking the gun so the barrel doesn't slip out of your hands. (read more)
Written on: 01/09/2005 by GUNMAN2
I would not advise someone to buy the Winchester Daisy 100x. Ther are a lot of better rifles out there. I thought that the fact it had the Winchester name on it that it would be good. I was wrong. (read more)
Written on: 10/06/2005 by Sifu456 (61 reviews written)
The Winchester/Daisy 1000 is a nice idea. The price is very reasonable for a 1000fps magnum air rifle. But when you really look at what you have its not that good a deal, there are so many air rifles around that price that perfrom better.
The Winchester 1000x starts out great, its solidly made and shoots hard, but its harsh recoil and terrible trigger pull erase all the benifits of power/solid form and speed. It takes some real tinkering to fix this because the trigger isn't adjustable,... (read more)
Written on: 18/05/2005 by everest (2 reviews written)
I just purchased this Winchester Daisy 1000x Air rifle yesterday and have shot about 30 pellets through it. It took about 20 shots to sight in this gun, and I'll have to say that the accuracy is great and the power is very good. The gun doesn't pull up and hold real well. The stock is a bit too thick in areas for my smaller hands, and the gun isn't balanced real well. But this I will get used to quickly. I Dont like all the plastic parts on this gun (sights, trigger and trigger guard,... (read more)
Written on: 13/05/2005 by jfrabat (5 reviews written)
THIS IS A RE-POST OF MY EARLIER REPORT TO CORRECT SOME ERRORS I HAD MADE AND UPDATE THE REVIEW. I still consider my earlier review of this rifle to be accurate, however.
Some important points to consider when reviewing the Winchester Daisy 1000x:
1. This is not a competition rifle; this is a hunting/plinking rifle. This means that you are willing to sacrifice a little accuracy for a big increase in power.
2. This is a not a top-end model, and you DO get what you paid for.
3. The... (read more)
Written on: 21/04/2005 by CAPAIRMAN (2 reviews written)
I bought the Winchester Daisy 1000x because of the 1000 fps power. It was the worst $100 i have ever spent on an airgun. Besides the fact that it is very heavy, the gun is hard to reload, and it is very inaccurate, especially for that kind of power. In addition to this, after all the hard reloads, the stock broke. Stay clear of this gun. The Benjamin Sheridan Legacy 1000 is a much better gun and has the same power and improved accuracy. The extra $50-100 is well worth it. (read more)
Written on: 14/04/2005 by Hunter99
I like this Winchester Daisy 1000x air rifle. There are some better ones out there, but this is a bargain. The only problem I have with this gun is that the trigger pull is so hard that it throws off your aim. The easiest way to pull the trigger is to pull, and pull hard and fluently. If you pull it this way, you will not lose your aim. Overall, I think this is a good starting gun. It is Powerful, Durable, and a Good Bargain. (read more)
Written on: 05/04/2005 by Thorr (6 reviews written)
I bought the Winchester Daisy 1000x gun at Wal-Mart. It is the camo version built in turkey. To begin with I had much trouble with accuracy because of the recoil and trigger pull. After taking the time to adjust to these problems I came to enjoy this rifle. It has very good power. Once I mastered the trigger, and found a good scope, I found above accuracy. For small game, (squirrel, rabbit, crow) this gun is hard to beat. I have found Beeman Silver sting pellets best for my gun. It likes... (read more)
Written on: 29/03/2005 by dmc888 (9 reviews written)
Well I never shot the Winchester Daisy 1000x gun personally. I compared this gun with the Sheridan legacy 1000. Both were about the same price. I was deciding between them. The Winchester was heavier, lower quality, made in brazil, no optical sights, pumping required about twice the strength as the legacy. Pumping strength was the biggest flaw to me. I consider myself strong, but why kill yourself.
So given the facts about weight, quality, pump strength requirements, and features I... (read more)