Written on: 02/02/2014
I had just got My Powerline 1000 used without a scope less than a week ago and already got 4 squirrels and it smacked them just as good as when I use to hunt with 22 the Crossman Hunting pointed pellet shoots good with no scope just the sights You can stay around quarter inch group or less at about 20 Yards where I checked it before I went hunting this afternoon and I got a squirrel soon as I got in the woods it. the first 3 squirrels I got were when I tried putting a regular rifle scope and… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/12/2013
I have had my .177 1000 for five years and use it to control rabbits and prairie dogs. My record kill is 225 feet one shot to the head of a prairie dog. At 60 feet in the basement I can hit a dime sized bullseye. This is not a kids gun and could cause serious injury if misused. Takes about 35 lbs. of cocking effort. As with all spring barrel guns the screws can come loose periodically so keep them tight or gun gets inaccurate. Have shot thousands of rounds with no problem. Scope that came with… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/03/2011
Great Pellet gun. The accuracy depends greatly on the pellet, for example i shot a 2.5 inch group at 20yrds with some gammo fancy pellets but with daisy flatnose that work well with other guns i couldnt even hit the target. I think the gun shoots so hard that poop pellets just flip in midflight. good gun. the wood one is a little heavy but nothing to camplain about, infact it helps my accuracy… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/07/2010 by xscody388x (1 review written)
Ive shot plenty of squirrels, Rabbits, and birds with my Powerline 1000. I use Hollow point led pellets. and found them to be very effective. Ive shot a Raccoon as well. one shot from 30 yards to the head. Instant kill. Ive been thinking about trying for a Fox, but i dont want to wound it. does anyone think it would be enough to take a fox humanely? Email me at Nascar_freakkk8@yahoo.com Thank you… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/03/2010
I have a laser DOT sight on my 1000. I have harvested over 100 squirels from my backyard in 2 years. I live in suburban Atlanta and I have never had a problem. I agree with the pellet choice. Daisey pellets BLOW!! I am currently waiting on a new rubber seal for my barrel, wore it out!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/02/2010
I decided to buy one of these and test it myself.
Stuck a 6 inch paper plate to the old barn at 50 yards, which I assumed to be the limit for me based on most air guns.
5 shot grouping spread 3 inches on me the first time I ever shot it. I didn't correct for a fairly breezy day; they dropped and steered to the right probably due to the wind, but hit the plate.
Yeah, a little more kick than I anticipated, but the hollow point 177's fully penetrated the 50 year old oak siding and still left… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/12/2009
I bought this gun at Bass Pro Shops at an after Christmas clearance price of just $75, the same price as my previous Powerline 901. It is accurate (half-dollar groupings at 40 yards), powerful (blasts birds, cans, and anything you want it to) and has well balanced weight so it is relatively easy to handle. After sighting it in, I killed a bird first try. It gets progressively easier to pump as you shoot more. The iron sights are great, as the 3 fiber optics make aiming quick and easy. The scope… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/11/2009
I have used this air rifle to thin out the squirrels in our backyard for over a year now. I bag at least 4 of the rodents a month just from my kitchen window. It is accurate and has stopping power to drop them even at 25 yards. Choosing the correct pellet has been very important for accuracy and killing power. I have found the domed hunting pellets to be the best. I too have had to tighten the large screws near the break of the barrel. No big deal and to be expected. The scope is nice… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/05/2009
The Daisy Powerline 1000 is a great, powerful rifle! Very accurate and comfortable to shoot… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/02/2009 by krislafrance (1 review written)
The Daisy Powerline 1000 has the weight that makes it feel like a real firearm which is appropriate since it demands the same respect as a real weapon though the power line is not a actual gun the weight of it the pull of the trigger and the accuracy makes this pellet rifle great for hunting small games or clearing your property of small rodents or birds. the screws coming undone due to the action of fireing and recocking the rifle… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/01/2009
Got this from Academy for $69. Expected all of the negatives I read about in the reviews- got it for the price and power. Pleased that accuracy was good when dialed in with barrel sights and even better with the scope. I didn't even have to adjust the scope, it was perfect after mounting (rare!!!). I have not had any of the problems others have had with screws coming undone, have put about 300 shots through the barrel and am more impressed with it as time goes on. I'm probably more careful… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/01/2009
Overall great gun. Its a very powerful gun when using the right ammo. Good deal for the money i got mine for about 120 at walmart. The scope is good but i lost the screw thingy so i took the scope off. good open sites. tru glo rocks!!!!! its accuracy is ok. great nok down power. took out a huge gray squirrel this morning. The break weight is bad. my friend has a big cat that can shoot faster and is about the same price with a lot less break weight. accuracy i ok but not that bad… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/12/2008 by hilldemon2512 (1 review written)
I love that thud you can hear from over a hundred and fifty to two hundred yards away. It is not the quitest air rifle I've ever owned but it sure does have some knock out power. I have been hunting for squirrel, rabbit, birds, snakes, and all other critters with this rifle and I can honestly say that I am impressed with it's performance. Iv'e never had it jam once, which isn't saying much for an air rifle, but I can tell you that you don't want to go hunting in the rain. Barrel gets kind of… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/12/2008 by DMoneyTT (1 review written)
Well, I got this air gun from the academy for $49.95 during a 4 day sale. It included the scope and the mounts. It is very loud while breaking in, but quiets down a lot after as few as 50 shots. The trigger is just awful, so unless you just want to hunt at close range, or you are willing to work on the gun (which isn't too bad, but no walk in the park), stay away from it. The power is awesome though. This is my first spring-piston rifle, and I'm super impressed with the velocity. I have… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/11/2008 by UsualSuspect (1 review written)
Got two over the Black Friday Shopping Craze for $49 each.
Can't beat them for the price. The Daisy Powerline 1000 is a good gun just really needs some factory tweaking. It has the heft of a full size rifle. Carrying it around for a few hours can be tedious if you are used to lighter rifles. It is definitely an adult toy. Plenty of power, accuracy is not bad after some practice. Decent gun for the money… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/11/2008 by ranaylor (1 review written)
Very pleased with my Powermate 1000. Isn't perfect, but it works quite well for what I use it for....keeping the squirrels out of my pecan trees.
Killed 18 so far with my old 1958 Sheridan pellet gun and six more with the Powermate 1000. Seems to work pretty well… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/11/2008 by tycobb56 (1 review written)
I can't make out the placement for the spring in the trigger assembly.
I've got everyting back together but one item. I can't make out the placement for the spring in the trigger assembly. Not the regular round spring that you don't realy see behind the trigger. But the longer spring with the straights and other bends. It's the only thing holding me back!
I have already talk to the daisy support people. they were nice enough wanting me to ship it back and they would fix it. The… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/11/2008 by pacoltsfan1408 (1 review written)
I was out side when i seen a wart hog out side so i grabed the pellet gun just to scar it off when i shot he droped he was dead. Great accurecy shes a power house. The Daisy Powerline 1000 air rifle has no bad points… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/10/2008
I have nothing to complain about this rifle excepting the trigger, which is manageable once you get a feel for it. Having put 50 slugs down it, i can now pull the trigger back to within a few mm of the actual sear so as to let the shot off with minimal disturbance to my aim.
I have seen nothing better in terms of accuracy, i shot a ragged hole 10mm (25/64 for you who oppose progress) from sitting at 10yds.
The kick was the first thing i noticed when i tried it out in the shop, but it is a very… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/10/2008 by twade64 (1 review written)
I bought the Daisy Powerline 1000 from Acadamy Sports for $79. It came with a 3-9x32 scope. My first session (after the big bang first shot) consisted of 5 scope sight-in shots. The first shot was off target. The fifth shot was center of 1" circle at 20 yds. The next five shots were all in the circle. I was amazed at this accuracy for a low cost rifle with no break in. Subsequent shots were not quite as good, but I think I may have been getting tired just from cocking the thing.
I have an… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/10/2008 by mississippiairgunenthusiast (1 review written)
Shoots great, but the kick is heavy for an air rifle, the screws are loose, it is very, very loud and handling could be better. Oh, and the little plastic trigger is wretched.
And yet, there is something to like about a rifle that can drop a squirrel at 30 yards with ease and that holds a one-inch pattern at 40 yards, all the while costing less than $150.
Yes, I like it more than I don't. I'd recommend it, but if noisy guns that kick, handle poorly and that have bad triggers don't appeal to you… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/10/2008 by Lord Umbarger (1 review written)
All round, a good air-rifle. It does kick but, not all that bad. You just have to compensate a little for it. On ine the trigger si a bit of a hard pull agbout half way through and that can through off the shot but, I intend to try to soften it a bit. It's probably just the one that I got though so, don't let that prevent you from getting one. I did change out the scpoe for a more powerful one too. The scope that it comes with is good but, it is accurate enough to use a much stronger one. I can… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/08/2008 by danman1223 (1 review written)
I would not recommend the Daisy Powerline 1000. It kills whatever it hits but it kicks really hard, I found it to be very unreliable and not very accurate. I group 5" at 20 yards… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/08/2008
I am not sure if I just got that one that got through. The locking pin(?) on mine snapped so it won't cock. Actually it cocks but won't lock. Simple enough to replace, I'm holding it in my hand right now. Daisy said they would repair/replace it for $58.00, not bad. I would rather replace the broken piece. Overall a great gun for the money, even if I have to send it in… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/08/2008
I bought this rifle, new, for $56. I think I got the deal of the decade, given its quality. Extremely accurate, and easy to shoot. I really like this rifle. My first shot, at 45', was a bulls-eye. It feels solid and performs like a pro. I got rid of the scope as the mounted sighting system is great… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/07/2008 by theshootist (92 reviews written)
I've owned mine for a few years now and I must say that this pellet rifle needs a bit of time to get used to.
IF YOU ARE A FIRST TIME PELLET RIFLE OWNER/SHOOTER this rifle is not for you.
-you cannot handle this the same way that you would a normal rifle.
-the recoil characteristics make this an unusually hard rifle to learn the mechanics of(accuracy)
-the factory optics and mounts are GARBAGE. the powerful recoil usually destroys them within a few 100 pellets.
-Newer, slimline synthetic stocks… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/07/2008 by rzebrak (24 reviews written)
I still have it but taken apart in pieces.
I still have it but taken apart in pieces. First I experienced problem with cocking.
Shortly after that plastic cracked and then broke off.
When I was not able to load it I finally took it apart. The spring broke off.
I had it 14 months.
Made in Turkey. I wonder what kind of quality control they have.
After all this I would not recommend it to my friend.
Sorry I bought it… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/06/2008 by captainmisfit (1 review written)
A good air rifle for the price, good scope I liked the 3 to 9 power and paralax wasn't bad. good gun for the money… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/05/2008 by bfaulconer (1 review written)
Trigger pull can be adjusted one of three ways....either remove the adjustment screw and pilot the hole 1/8 in deep with same diameter as screw head...allows it to go deeper, or remove screw and replace with one 1/8 in longer, or remove trigger and grind off some of the plastic to allow it to go deeper.
I have bought a bunch of the other screws and cut them to length..then ground them round and smooth for smoother performance... drop me note will send you one for 10.00. Seems like alot for a… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/05/2008
Like in other comments it true that the screws come loose from recoil i found that it helps just to dab some super glue in the hole and on the screw and screw it in nice and tight and it should stay put and the barrel on it has a funny losse twisting motoin doesnt seem like its beyond repair though overall this gun is worth the $100… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/04/2008
Great air rifle. Great power for an air rifle and accurate, faster reload than pumping an air rifle 10-15 times. Heavy for an air rifle, break action… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/04/2008
Make sure when you mount the scope to use loc-tite on all the screws. The gun does kick and causes vibration enough to cause the screws to loosen after a while… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/04/2008 by william ethridge (1 review written)
Action needs to be smoother for a shooter to shoot with accuracy in target shooting… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/04/2008 by Mossy Oak69 (1 review written)
I purchased 2 of these guns from walmart. The first one I got home and removed from the box and fell in love with it. I held it , looked at it, admired it and then said lets go shoot it!!
The very first thing I noticed when the break barrel was pushed down to load was that how much strength you better have to go shoot 50 or so rounds off with one of these! its very stiff to push down!
Second thing, when the gun was shot, it kicked back so hard that you better have a darn good grip on it or it… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/04/2008
I'll make it short: to all, who have complained about the accuracy of Daisy Powerline 1000, go and train shooting. i have been shooting rifles for 16 years now and i'm quite accurate. I shoot my daisy at 30 meters with scope and mostly the group is half inch in diameter. of course, the specific airgun recoil may make a lousy shooter even more lousy but complaining about the accuracy of daisy PL1000 is the stupidest thing ever.
also I'd like to point out the power of that gun. for a bb gun it is… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/02/2008
Awesome pellet rifle for the money. The Daisy Powerline 1000 is useable in many situations including competition… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/01/2008 by cf42fwb (1 review written)
I really love this gun,I pulled the trigger assembly apart,sanded the appropriate parts,replaced the smaller of the 2 springs with a ink pen spring cut to size and have a real shooter on my hands.Next step is a complete tune with new lubricants and some polishing.Don't lose any parts,Daisy has none.After close to 800 rounds this gun shoots better every time I squeeze the trigger.I highly recommend this gun to ANYONE willing to put in the hours and dial it in.Loc-tite applicable screws with BLUE… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/01/2008 by SoFlaUsr (1 review written)
I live in South Florida where the garden destroying feral iguana population has gotten out of control. I don't have an iguana problem in my yard any longer… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/12/2007
I've had it for almost a year and have taken out 3 groundhogs, 7 crows and a whole mess of squirles with mine. It works really well for the price… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/11/2007 by rzebrak (24 reviews written)
This is my second review of this rifle after over one year of using it. Still keeps velocity as indicated in manuals. Medium or even below average accuracy.
After one year of shooting it, the synthetic stock cracked from tightening of the frontal bolts. That looks hopeless but low price makes buying another one affordable.
I would reccomend this rifle to a friend who has another rifle of better quality.
It is difficult to believe that these rifles are so fragile. I remember I had a Polish air… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/10/2007 by totman112040 (1 review written)
I'm one of those people that research everything before I buy and don't like to waste money. After searching for a hard-hitting, cheap, accurate, reliable gun I settled on the Powerline 1000 because from what I read it fit that criteria. Boy was I right. In my mind the Powerline is the closest air rifle to a .22 rifle without being a firearm. It shoots a true 1000fps. Its powerful, accurate, reliable and cheap ($95.00), everything you could ask for. The best type of ammunition for the Powerline… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/07/2007 by VEVLOUIS (10 reviews written)
If you would like to buy this airgun i would recommend it. The trigger isn't even hard at all and it is not that hard to cock the airgun. I haven't really seen how accurate it is cause i have only used it about three different times and i didn't have anything to help me see it's groupings. So for now this is what i think of it… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/05/2007 by baldeagle242 (1 review written)
I have had this gun for over 3 years and have to say it is a good gun with a little "tweaking". Fist off I have the synthetic stock and it resonates the sound of the spring when you fire the rifle. To help eliminate this problem I drilled a very small hole in the stock and filled it full of insulating foam (the kind like you use to fill in cracks in walls and around windows in your home.) Doing this reduced the heard spring recoil by at least half. Second I took the trigger mechanism apart… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/03/2007 by braulio1493 (7 reviews written)
Let me just begin by saying that I've had firearms for all of my life and this is my first air rifle. I had a rat problem in the back yard and I didn't want to wake up the neighbors, but this did totally the opposite!! I got this rifle for 95$ at Walmart and let me tell you that those were the worst spent 95 dollars of my life. The accuracy of this rifle without the scope is horrendous (4 inch group at about 25 feet). The reason for this was that the rear sights were falling off because the pin… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/02/2007 by ovdaisy (1 review written)
After I received my Powerline 1000 for Christmas and couldn't get it sighted I made the rounds here and elsewhere looking for answers. And so it is that with about 500 shots under my belt that I'd like to reciprocate for folks who will get one someday...
1. The trigger thing... I don't get it. I read horror stories about the trigger being too hard to pull. I find that it has a very pleasant weight. Feels solid when you pull it. Unless you have a weak pinkie, ignore comments to the contrary.
2… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/02/2007 by theshootist (92 reviews written)
This rifle cost me $96.49 at a local Wal-mart 2 years ago and I still cannot believe how well it has consistently performed. I am and avid shooter and really enjoy the small game hunts. So when my last cheapo airgun went bad, I decided to spend the extra $40 and get a nicer pellet gun.
I recommend that (as with any weapon) when you change your ammo or ammo type, always resight the weapon. This rifle is almost as powerful as a 10/22 rifle at 100 yds and is not very forgiving . You will find out… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/01/2007 by hunter1493 (1 review written)
I first got the rifle a year ago and it's been nothing but trouble. When i first got the rifle i noticed that the sights were falling off after the 20th shot so i put on the scope, but it got even worse because the scope mounts that came with it were no good. I would definitely not recommend this rifle to a friend. If you are planning on getting one i suggest you don't because even though it may seem cheep (95$), its not worth it. This rifle also wasn't very accurate even after i got new scope… Read Full Review