Written on: 27/10/2012 by devinss1
I put this powerline 3-9x32 on a model 94 30-30 win. It stayed zero for about 6 shots and then got off zero . This is not a good scope for this gun. (read more)
Written on: 18/03/2010 by slugsdfht (1 review written)
i have had it for a few days it worked fine but after about 4 to 5 days of use its no longer zeroed in and i cant seem to get it back on sight i do not recommend this scope for a gun that shoots more than 1000 fps (read more)
Written on: 11/02/2010
Great scope. i put it on my powermaster 66 and it works great. i shoot in my backyard and hit cans and old toys and they fall over. pretty simple to tune. i plan on shooting a squirell with it, but i sometimes shoot birds when they fly past my house. great for its price (read more)
Written on: 30/01/2010
this is a great scope, great for jack rabbit and other small game hunting.great value for your money!the range on the scope is more then i expected. if you are looking for a great scope that will get the job done, then this is the scope for you. (read more)
Written on: 01/12/2009
A great scope for the right application. I have one mounted on my Crosman 140 adult air rifle, and it works wonderful.
I saw another reviewer mention he had trouble when mounted on his rws model 34. That is a springer rifle, not a pneumatic. A springer rifle will tear up regular scopes due to the backward-forward motion of the internal spring.
This scope will perform perfectly if mounted on a pneumatic airgun or a .22 rifle. (read more)
Written on: 15/09/2009
Ive got a Daisy Powerline 3-9x32 airgun scopeon my Ruger 10/22. easy mounting and very affordable (read more)
Written on: 05/06/2009
i put the Daisy Powerline 3-9x32 airgun scope on my rws model 34 and the scope worked fine for about three days and then it was just way off and i could not zero it in. i dont think this is a good scope for HIGH powered air rifles(1000fps or higher). (read more)
Written on: 27/04/2009
My Daisy Powerline 3-9x32 airgun scope originally came with my daisy powerline 1000 air rifle but have also used in on a ruger 10/22. It works well for how much it costs. (read more)
Written on: 07/04/2009
The Daisy Powerline 3-9x32 airgun has a horrible scope, but a great crosshair (read more)
Written on: 14/03/2009 by Derrick05 (15 reviews written)
You cant get a better scope than the Daisy Powerline 3-9x32 airgun scope for the money. If you have good marksman skills and understand how to properly set up and use this scope,it is absolutely awesome.I have two of these mounted to pneumatic air rifles.I dont care for springers,but I do have one mounted to a .270 and has held up great and stays zeroed.This is the best deal going if you know what youre doing.Excellent price,stays zeroed,very accurate and durable. (read more)
Written on: 04/01/2009 by robontarget (1 review written)
I have this scope mounted on my Powerline 880 and my Gamo CFX. My 880 consistently prints 5 in 0.75" at 35 yds, and my CFX prints 5 in 0.95" at 50 yds. This scope also holds well on most rimfire .22's as well, regardless I have mounted the same one on a 30-30 as well. GREAT SCOPE!!!!!
The only way this won't work, is if you don't understand the concept of marksmanship (principles of shooting). If you know how to shoot NO PROBLEMS. (read more)
Written on: 06/11/2008
This is a great product overall. Easy to see through and it's easy to adjust the settings. I do think that the Daisy Powerline Airgun Scope needs to have a higher setting for farther targets though. (read more)
Written on: 10/08/2008
Great scope for my needs. works great and looks sweet! great price too. under 30! Really like the way it works and looks on my crosman 1377c! nice groups can be maintained with quality ammo. (read more)
Written on: 18/07/2008
Good scope for the money i was able to hit a quarter at about 40ft (read more)
Written on: 20/06/2008
Price $28 and change at Walmart, Looks good mounted, Great optics for the price, after getting it zeroed in I am getting .5" groups at 40 yards using a CROSMAN Airsource 1077 with Crosman Destroyer pellets. No bad points that I can see.....some people have said that the factory mounts are bad but the ones that I have seem to be OK (read more)
Written on: 10/06/2008
If i can't make it stay sited it would mean a lot. (read more)
Written on: 26/05/2008 by bob156 (1 review written)
Disappointed in the scope coming loose on it's own. (read more)
Written on: 12/04/2008 by Poncho167 (2 reviews written)
The scope is definately more powerful than the one that came on my Remington. Though I am satisfied with my standard 4x20 scope, after reading posts about how this one was so much better I thought I would give it a try. The scope has better adjustment features and is supposedly more shock proof but after 2-hours I still couldn't get it dialed in. The calibration was inconsistant though they recommend setting it up with a controlled bench environment which I didn't have. Because I couldn't... (read more)
Written on: 25/02/2008 by theshootist (92 reviews written)
Well, Its' amazing to me have little $25.00 gets you nowadays.
I realize that this is a cheap scope, but it does advertise itself to be shockproof and ready for air rifles and .22 cal shooting.
I've owned tow of these, one came with my Powerline 1000 rifle.
I just bought the second for a cheap Chinese springer.
As with the first scope on my powerline rifle, I had a devil of a time trying to get this thing to stay on my rifle!
after a few times falling off of the rifle and being... (read more)
Written on: 22/09/2007 by James Butler (18 reviews written)
Bought this 3-9 scope at walmart for about $30.00 intx. Wanted a cheap scope for my armadilla eraticator i.e. a Croman
800X 22 cal. rifle. Didn't expect much but as you can tell from my list of "Good Points' i've been pleasantly surprised.
The most important things you need to do to have a chance to realize the performance this scope offers is as follows:
1. Clean the scope rails with denatured alcohol (available at Walmart in Pharmacy section)
2. In most cases if not all you will... (read more)
Written on: 14/03/2007 by braulio1493 (7 reviews written)
This scope came with my Daisy Powerline 1000 which turned out to be a mess. Luckily the scope is awesome but the only bad thing is that it slips. So now for my Gamo Shadow 1000 i got the one piece mount and mounted it. It works like a dream. (read more)
Written on: 11/10/2006 by woodstock123 (3 reviews written)
I needed a scope for my recent purchase of a Gamo Shadow 1000 (Walmart $74.00 WOW!). I didn't want to spend more than $30.00 for the scope. I looked around on the web and thought the best I could do was a 4 x 32 for that price, then I decided to go back to Walmart and see what they had. Sure enough there was a Daisy Powerline 3-9x32 airgun scope for $28.53. Don't let the low price fool you, it's just as good as similar scopes selling from $50-$75, plus it is specifically designed to handle... (read more)
Written on: 23/07/2006 by gthn (2 reviews written)
When i got it i was excited because it had nice clarity, but when i mounted it it wasn't alligned with the gun so i looked for the problem and found that on one side the weaver thingy is longer than the other side. Then when i was tighning it one of the screws broke, so for now im sticking with my cheap 4x15 daisy scope wich i have had for 8 years and stil works perfectly except i would like a higher power, so i definitely recomend the 4x15 over the 3-9x whatever it is. (read more)
Written on: 30/06/2006 by mithral7 (5 reviews written)
Want to add another review rating to counter my previous Daisy Powerline rating. I have solved my previous distress by identifying the rings/mounts as my problem. Now that the scope is properly mounted properly on my high power springer air-rirle it is working just fine.
If mounting on a .22 rimfire, CO2 rifle, or pump air-rifle, the rings and mounts it comes with should work just fine.
For those who aren't familiar, it is the forward spring recoil on higher power springer air-rifles... (read more)
Written on: 26/06/2006 by mithral7 (5 reviews written)
Lots of good reviews here, but I can't make my Daisy Powerline 3-9x32 hold zero to save my life. Suggestions welcome. I am experienced at mounting scopes and sighting them in. I even followed the instructions and I am using a scope stop. I can get the scope to hold a tight zero group for about 3-5 shots then it wandering off. I get 2-3 tight shots, then it wanders again. At a 22 foot target (length of my garage) it will wander from 1 to 2 inches.
I sighted in with the cheap-plastic... (read more)
Written on: 05/03/2006 by 1kjeah (25 reviews written)
For an air rifle scope, the Daisy Powerline one does all it needs to do. It comes with great scope mounting rings and wil securely clamp to any air rifle. I have mine on a Gamo shadow 1000 and I have achieved groups of .25 inches at 30 yards. It is double padded at both ends so that the jarring action of the spring piston in the rifle will not knock the scope out of line. Do not buy a regular rifle scope for an air rifle because it will be broken internally. This is your best bet and... (read more)
Written on: 30/12/2005 by shoot2kill (6 reviews written)
Buying a scope for an airgun should not set you back as much as the gun. Fortunately, Daisy Powerline offers a good quality, effective scope that fits this demand. You could zero this baby to a favorite shooting distance of 35 yards and live happily with it for a long time.
Yes, you may need to aim lower at closer targets, and higher at further ones, and lower again as the projectile loses velocity over very long distances. Do you need to spend hundreds of dollars for little markings, an... (read more)
Written on: 27/12/2005 by USsoccer114 (12 reviews written)
My Daisy Powerline 3-9x32 airgun scopecame on my Winchester 800x, and when you sight it in its awesome. This is a great scope to put on your hunting rifle. it's easy to sight in too. (read more)
Written on: 30/10/2005 by guru1ofatl (11 reviews written)
I purchased my Daisy Powerline 3-9x32 airgun scope at Walmart, and have been using it for a few weeks now on my tuned Norinco Fastdeer. As with most airgun scopes, you will need to shim the rear scope mount slightly to get your pellets to hit where you aim, otherwise they will be low. Be careful when shimming, as the scope mount threads do not go full depth in the holes and can easily be stripped with too much shim installed. Along these same lines, the turret covers require a gentle touch... (read more)
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