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Written on: 22/01/2011
Had to toss my 622x after just a year. The rotary clips never aligned with the barrel right out of the box so had to manually align the pellet each time to get it to shoot out of the gun! I lived with that for a year. I finally tossed the thing when it stopped taking Co2 cartridges. As I would turn the puncture screw into the cartridge all the gas would escape at once like it couldn't catch the seal. I tried lubricating that area but to no avail. Overall very disappointed with the product's… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/01/2009
Daisy Powerline 622X. This gun has perfect accuracy, a great grip, and is easy to aim. This gun can easily out shoot any of the overpriced air riffles I own, and that's saying a lot. May not weighted enough (this really isn't a major, or even a minor issue)… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/12/2007 by ajvenom (18 reviews written)
There is a tab that sticks out on the bottom of the pistol cover. I shaved it down so it looks more realistic and matches the other side. Probably not the thing to do if you are a collector, but I just wanted something that looked realistic and shoots well. I can get about 48 well powered shots, 12 lowered power shots and 6 lobbers for a total, or 66 shots for plinking per CO2 cartridge. Pulling back the hammer, you can shoot single action which gives you a good two stage trigger feel… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/09/2006 by kiwishooter (23 reviews written)
I was looking for a 22cal air pistol for a long time. Before the Daisy Powerline 622X had been introduced to market, the only 22 cal co2 semi-auto pistol available in NZ were Crosman revolver 8 shots and Daisy 44revolver 6 shots. These guns have been in the market between year 1974-1985.
Because of I want a 22cal semi-auto air pistol, an airgun selling agent introduced a Daisy 622x to me and it cost me $220 NZ. $220 probably is the lowest price for an air pistol in New Zealand. Even a Gamo V3… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/09/2006 by slyitry (1 review written)
The Daisy Powerline 622X is a fantastic pistol that Daisy really should consider bringing back to the market! I don't think that any pistol is perfect but for me the 622X does come mighty close. I like accuracy more that anything else! So what it only has six shots, for me all it takes is one. With this pistol I can usually hit what I am aiming for within reason, so that's what I find important. People complain about the CO2 knob on the bottom of the gun. That's an easy fix, just use a… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/09/2006 by Kody (2 reviews written)
Hey, if you're like me, and you are searching the internet looking at reviews at like 10:00pm trying to decide which airgun you want to purchase. Get the Daisy Powerline 622X. It's an awesome gun for target practice because the accuracy is as good as you want it to be! Like, the first week I had mine I was so amazed because I was standing probably 40 feet away from this pop can and I aimed right in the center, shot the gun. Then I saw that the bullet went right through one side and went out… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/09/2006 by Kody (2 reviews written)
The night before I got my Daisy Powerline 622X I was searching the Internet looking at reviews. I couldn't decide between the Gamo P-23, PT-80, and the Walther CP Sport. They were all in my price range and they had all three at the local sporting good store. I decided to purchase the 622X and I'm glad I did. I haven't had any problems with it yet and I'm hoping I won't, so if you are searching for a pellet gun, get this one, you'll be glad you did… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/09/2006 by thepaladin (49 reviews written)
Daisy Powerline 622X - I'm adding this late as the pistol has been out of production for some time now. I spent a long time searching for one. I happen to be retired on disability and my "disposable income" has now largely been disposed of. I am on Social Security Disability (which it took 3 years to get) and am still in court trying to get the insurance company I paid all those years at the company I worked for to pay the long term disability I bought. So, when at last someone finally offered… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/11/2004 by vett1 (6 reviews written)
Well I wanted the Daisy Powerline 622X as a gun to get back into shooting but could not find one so I got the Walther cp99, I really didn't care for it much then I got an Anics A3000 skif, I sent that back the next day. finally I found a new Daisy 622x and ordered it, when it got here I wasn't that impressed with the looks of it, it was OK but did not compare to the Walther. Any way I loaded it up and took a shot wow it felt good and sounded nice, in the last two days I shot about 60 rounds on… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/04/2004 by KINGJ (1 review written)
My Father Just Bought The Daisy Powerline 622X For me Today, At Sports Authority. I've Had A .177 Crosman 1008B (or As I Call It, My .45) for a While. It's A Real Nice Gun, Especially With The Laser. That Gun Can't Even Begin To Compare To The Daisy Powerline 622X though. I Was Playing Around, And Dry Fired it Once Towards The Dirt, From A Foot Or So Above The Ground, And Needless To Say, The Dirt Flew, And The Noise Almost Popped My Ears. This Gun Sounds Pretty Damn Close To The .22 Rifles… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/03/2004 by chubbum (1 review written)
When I bought the Daisy Powerline 622X, I was suprised by the shear size of the pistol and how it felt in my hand compared to cheaper air pistols. it is a fun gun to shoot cans and what not but the accuracy of it can be hit or miss. I did read however you can buy a laser that mounts on the trigger guard which cost about $20 that crosman and daisy both make. It is extremly powerful being able to shoot through steel cans… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/03/2004 by gopher31 (1 review written)
A Daisy Powerline 622X great pistol its very powerful its manual says its 4.9ftlbs but mine is over 5 for the irst 20 shots or soand does over 450fps for the first 10 shots with 14 gr .22 pellets and stays above 300 for the first 40 shots. This means that at the beginning it has power rivaling alot of the larger .177 rifles.
It can go through 5 cans side to side and through 1/2 inch plywood no probs
Even with my soft little milbor jets that i'm using it has excellent penetration i'll add… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/02/2004 by kingstripe (4 reviews written)
I personally think that 22 Cal. air pistols are real airguns and all the .177 Cal. co2 pistols are toys. I have owned many .177 Cal CO2 pistols. They are all weak! Specially the Walther and the Gamo pistols. At 7 feet away, they have problem penetrate into a inch thick magazine. I put the magazine next to a tree in my back yard and shot it with my Daisy Powerline 622X at about 20 feet away. The pellets all went through the magazine and a few went into the tree.
I just don't understand… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/01/2004 by Dylan (8 reviews written)
I got this awesome 22 the first month it hit the online stores. Daisy did a great job at making this gun which is molded after a 92fs Beretta. Its the only 22 air pistol that uses a 6 shot rotary clip, its shoots as fast as you can pull the trigger. The gun has never jammed on me, in the 2 years that I have owned it.
Its rated at 400fps, but on my chronograph using a varity of different pellets it topped off at 436fps. you can use any type of 22 pellets (Hollow, domed, pointed, flat, etc) It… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/10/2003 by me myself (5 reviews written)
When I was choosing what airpistol to buy, I decided to buy this Daisy Powerline 622X because of its affordable price and nice specifications.I used local pellets (cheap) and it jammed. It gave me problems and its not it's fault. This gun needs high quality pellets so it wouldnt be jammed.
Generally it is a great airpistol for its price. It shoots very powerful shots. It can smash a small clay jar. Its accurate about 40 shots of CO2. Its not that accurate sometimes because of its fixed sights… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/06/2003 by T-money. (1 review written)
Overall I am satisfied with my purchase of the Daisy Powerline Model 622X CO2 powered pistol. After looking at many different guns, I decided this was the model for me since it packed a good punch at a cheap price. After receiving it a few days ago I took it outside to shoot at some cans. The first thing I noticed was that the CO2 didn't leak what-so-ever after putting it in the gun. I then started shooting. It was very accurate, and punched holes right through the cans. There was one problem… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/06/2003 by Future One. (1 review written)
Well, I'm not big into airguns, but I've fired the Beretta CO2 and the Walther PPK CO2, so I can compare.
The .22 caliber certainly hits harder than the .177, at least by 1/4 more power, by my estimates, perhaps eve 1/3rd (manual says it can muster 4.9ft/p, I don't know how accurate that figure is, maybe if the target is a meter away?).
The gun looks nice, but feels light, because it's plastic over metal. Easy to load, but only 6 shots per clip. I don't like the loading mechanism, you have to… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/02/2003 by Cyn. (1 review written)
I think this is a great air pistol for the price! It's accurate and the CO2 has minimum leakage. I do wish that the clip held more than 6 pellets though… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/10/2002 by John. (1 review written)
For the size and accuracy of this model, I would highly recommend the Daisy Powerline 622X CO2 pistol to any shooter. It has great looks as well as a nice finish. And, for the price especially in a .22 caliber, you can't beat it… Read Full Review
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