Written on: 02/01/2008 by Tinman1 (1 review written)
This is a good gun for the beginner. Shoots a lot of rounds in a short time. This gun is easy to use just insert co2 and load the bbs. Then shoot around 80 bbs per co2 cannister… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/05/2007 by Spyderz20x6 (1 review written)
Great gun, it's accurate, breaks glass from 20 feet. I shot a crow off a tree form like a 100 feet and killed it. It's pretty attractive. I just don't like the fake hammer. I recommend this gun to anyone who wants a cheap, powerful, accurate gun. It's one of the most powerful guns I've ever had, better than my Walther ppk/s. Also, daisy lied about the 400 fps, i put it on a tester, the reading came out as 486 fps… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/11/2005 by USsoccer114 (12 reviews written)
The Daisy Powerline 693 air pistol uses CO2 and shoots bbs. It's fun to shoot at cans from about 10 feet, but beyond that your just wasting CO2 and bbs. This pistol is very weak, so don't shoot at any animals as it will just hurt them. You can't mount any kind of sight on it either… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/03/2005 by dmc888 (9 reviews written)
The daisy powerline 693 was my most accurate pistol I had. The semi auto 15 shot clips were my favourite feature. I had extra clips ready. So basically you can shoot a lot more bbs in less time than most pistols. This gun took down pigeon's short range. And would work great for backyard target practice. Although I don't suggest using bbs were they can ricochet. This gun is quite accurate and I could repeatedly hit targets easily since it had low recoil. This is a great simple gun. All… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/05/2004 by shovel99 (2 reviews written)
Originally bought a Gamo P23 'bcause it looked and felt cool and shot bb's and pellets. Bought one and it wouldn't load more than 7 rounds and shoot. Sprayed bb's in 5 inch pattern at 20 feet. Misfired 1/5 shots... and used up a powerlet in 30 shots. I took it back and got another: same problem. BAD PRODUCT!!!
Bought Daisy Powerline 93 kit (1911 replica in chrome and black plastic) with powerlets, bb's, and shooting glasses. ($47 at WalMart) Bought a Daisy BB loader (clear plastic tube… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/01/2004 by Dylan (8 reviews written)
The 693 and 93 daisys are fun to just plink around with at cans. but the sights are bad and not accurate, the trigger pull is not smooth therefore the main reason why its not accurate.
It has a top mounted 15 shot bb clip, which shoots them out in a couple seconds. Extra clips can be bought in a 3 pack for around 7 bucks for uninterupted shooting, and will shoot around 80 rounds on one co2.
The body is cheep plastic and has no feel to it the grips are too bulky, it has a special grip safty… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/08/2003 by DeserteagleXIX (6 reviews written)
The diasy powerline 693 is Powerful, Fairly accurate, easy to use and all in one package, it comes with shooting glasses, NRA targets, C02 cardridges and BBs, excellent for the beginner, the drop in clips are excellent, it looks like a Smith & Wesson 659. it can deal alot of firepower in a very short time.
It makes alot of noise for a airgun and has a bit of a recoil unexpected for such a gun so that is getting used to, and besides that, the trigger pull is quite heavy, which is no… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/08/2003 by nick (1 review written)
The Diasy Powerline 693 Air Pistol enabled me to put alot of lead downrange in a very short amount of time (1 or 2 seconds), also it is very powerful. lastly it was a good buy, $45 for the kit which includes the gun, co2, bbs, and safety glasses. all around a good gun… Read Full Review
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