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Written on: 10/04/2013 by Manny71 (1 review written)
Hi guys Just bought a daisy pistol and a cybergun Uzy semi Anyone can tell anything about them? Can't wait for them to arrive Thank u manny71… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/02/2012 by retiredwheelgunner (1 review written)
This is a great training pistol and with lower ammo cost it's a bargain.It has power,accuracy,very long use from a 12gram cartridge and feels good in the hand.It has a vague similarity to my CZ82 makarov except it can't be fired single action.The trigger action of the Daisy is crisp and clean.You will enjoy everything about this pistol.Finding a loader for this pistol would help alot since I have large fingers. Marv C Deerfield Beach ,Fl… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/11/2011 by roycrissman (2 reviews written)
Not as accurate as more expensive co2 guns, but great for the money. I am using this as a plinker(soda can size targets)and for point and shoot drills. Trigger pull is pretty easy but firm enough to mimic a real firearm like my 92f. The left grip reveals the co2 cartridge. It clips on with plastic clips so you have to be careful. Loading has to be done one bb at a time., but no big deal, as my 22's magazines have to be loaded one at a time also. Not a bad gun for under the 35 bucks I paid for… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/07/2010
Yo i got this gun yesterday it is so awsome the oly reason i would give it a 4 star rating is because there is no hammer it is just for show and the cicking mecanizim as well is for show... i bought this gun at sports athority for $44.95 it is a really good buy because it comes with three co2 cartregs and all so 350 bb's as well as 5 targets and of course the gun its self this gun shoots really well it is durable and i love it and i jus hope in the futer i can have lots of fun with it but for… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/06/2010
Bought the Powerline 15XT about 2 years ago now...
Very well priced, and gets 90 shots(6 full loads) from a 12g CO2 canister before weakening.
Accuracy is average.(good at short range -10m)
Plastic parts are prone to breaking and cracking if dropped,as well as screws stripping if dismantled.
Seals do wear quickly with the cold of the CO2, however i find just a little bit of vasoline on the leaks seams to hold and create the seal needed.
A good beginers hand gun thats it a hole lot of fun to… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/06/2010
I purchased this gun for a fair price and it has worked great so far. It has plenty of power for the price. It feels good in your hand and sounds good when fired. I do not have a problem loading it, you just need to be coordinated to do so. I am satisfied with what is does and it has plenty of power… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/01/2010
Got this pistol from Wal-mart a few days ago and put it up against my Remington Airmaster 77, the power is comparable to 3-5 pumps with the Air rifle, and the acuracy is pretty close to the same, it has a good weight the "clip" is a bit odd to load, almost takes 3 hands, has a good sound when fired and the Co2 lasts quite a few "clips", would have preferred a metal casing over the plastic but for me this is just a prop in my B.O.B. / G.H.B. until I can afford a H&K USP… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/12/2009
My gun , the Daisy 15XT, is broken. I guess if you slam the BB follower spring release, it will brake. Or maybe if left at the ready for varmints, it will brake.
I bought Copperhead Premium BB's. They worked until they oxidized. I should have poured oil into the container. Reloading is very easy with the re-loader.
Now with somewhat clean bb's I can fire and they round out slowly. The CO2 cartridge leaks out empty when installed. Without the repair manual I am sure there is a spring… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/10/2009
I shoot competitively with real pistols, so I bought one of these so I could practice in my backyard. The pistol is a replica of a colt 1911 pistol, but shoots double action(unlike the colt), which means that it cocks its own hammer. The trigger is much longer than the real thing and very heavy. The pistol is a pain to load but worth it to shoot. It is a great first gun and is very inexpensive. I am thinking of setting up a shooting gallery for kids in my neighborhood with it… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/09/2009
If acuracy and speed is what you want , then this Daisy Power Line 15XT is the pistol for just that, i find this weapon excelent for pesty little critters around your property, a sting from this gun and they wont come back, i had a pesty woodchuck tearing up the garden , digging holes around my shed, I wanted something to do the job, i bought this gun loaded it fired , and i havent seen this pest since, and that is about two months ago… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/08/2009
The Daisy Powerline 15Xt is an excellent gun for beginners to learn gun safety, and even for experienced gunmen. the only real con about this gun is that it does not conserve on the Co2 per shot as the daisy 008 does. But other than that, it's a fabulous buy. I would recommend it to anyone that is just starting or has a passion for guns that has not yet beheld this gun. Ive also read several reviews from various website indicating that the seal leaks.The only reason it would start leaking… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/08/2009
Well I've had the gun for about 9 months and have gone through one box of CO2. Daisy Power Line 15XT is fun to shoot and accurate, but awkward to load. I can't recommend it though, because the seal now leaks. I understand you can contact Daisy for a replacement kit, but 9 months is too short a time to experience this failure. I will stick with Crosman in the future… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/08/2009
Daisy Power Line 15XT. Nice Gun for only 30 dollars. shoots hard. accurate… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/07/2009
Daisy Power Line 15XT is good for the price but also really accurate straight outta the box! i love this gun you should definitely buy it :)… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/07/2009
i brought this Daisy Power Line 15XT gun from a friend no where close to the price its sold from but its a good gun. it have no orange tips like other guns i brought n the past but its the perfect gun… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/07/2009
The Daisy Power Line 15XT is cheap, powerful and accurate… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/07/2009
i thing the Daisy Power Line 15XT is one of the best co2 bb gun… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/07/2009
i bought this daisy power line gun for 23.96 at a walmart store and i brought this gun home to my grandmals house in a town called gratis and it is loud like a twenty two it is awesome good for the money… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/06/2009
The Daisy Power Line 15XT is a cool gun and for the price its better at accuracy and power than other guns… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/06/2009 by xbones (1 review written)
The Daisy Power Line 15XT looks good, feels good, fair price… Read Full Review
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