details & specsback to top
Product DescriptionThe Daisy Outdoor Products Grizzly .177 Air Rifle with fixed scope is an ideal air rifle for the beginning shooter. The single-pump pneumatic, under-barrel cocking action air rifle fires BBs or pellets up to 350 fps without the use of CO2 cartridges, making it ideal for plinking or target practice. It features attractive composite camouflage on the stock, forearm and grip. The Daisy fixed scope increases accuracy and enjoyment. Uses BBs and pellets (not included).
Residents of MI, NY, NJ, IL, DE and OH are advised to check local laws before ordering any air rifles or air pistols.
Warranty: 1 year
q & aback to top
Do you have questions about this product? 4 easy ways to get the answers you need:
get answers from real customers and in-house experts with AnswerBox.
Q:can it go 50 ft?Asked on 3/30/2010 by mike from isant,mn
A:It can go more than 50 ft.Answered on 6/14/2010 by wild one from San Jose, CA
Q:where do you put the bbsAsked on 3/7/2010 by rambopwns65
A:There is a little slot on the stock where you can open it in pore the bbs inAnswered on 11/9/2010 by Jay Bone from Michigan
Q:how many times do i have to pump it to get an accurate range?Asked on 2/10/2010 by Anonymous
A:3 times my grandma has this gunAnswered on 11/18/2010 by cartman from ny
Q:Does this gun shoot the same ammunition as a airsoft gun? as in plastic bbs like 0.12g or 0.22g?Asked on 1/9/2010 by airsoft819 from London ON
A:Please: This is a .177 cal.(4.5 mm) single shot pellet or multi-load BB gun. Use only BBs (4.5 mm) or .177 cal. pellets. IT IS NOT A SOFT AIR GUN. It is capable of muzzle velocity of up to 350 fps. Please read your owners manual. If you need a new owner's manual, contact the manufacturer, they will probably send you a new one. Do not use plastic soft air ammo in this gun, it will jam. Please read and follow all safety rules enclosed with this gun. It is not a toy.Answered on 1/15/2010 by Safety First Sally from Arkansas
A:no it shoot bbs and pellets onlyAnswered on 1/16/2010 by hukie from spring tx.
Q:is this gun good for a 14 year old who wants to shoot chipmunks, squirrels, birds and maybe some rabbts? Also, is it a good gun to wound a larger animal like a dog or cat?Asked on 1/1/2010 by bballler from Kenosha, WI
A:I WOULD HAVE TO SAY THIS IS MORE A TARGET SHOOTING GUN, AS I BELIVE IN THE CLEAN KILL WITH THE LEAST AMOUNT OF SUFFERING BY THE ANIMAL AND IN SAYING I WOULD HAVE TO SAY THIS GUN WOULD NOT BE SUITATIBLE FOR ANYTHING LARGER THAN MICE. NOT SAYING THAT TO PUT DOWN THE GUN BUT TO PROTECT [OUR] WILDLIFE. FOR INSTANCE YOU WOULDN'T SHOT AN ELEPHANT WITH .22 OR A 410. YOU GET THE PICTURE. A HIGHER POWER AIR RIFLE WOULD BE BETTER FOR HUNTING. AS FOR THE UNWANTED CATS AND DOGS A SHOT FROM A AIRSOFT GUN WHITCH SHOTS A PLASTIC BB WOULD BE A MORE HUMANE ANSWER WITH THE SAME RESULTS IN SCARING THEM OFF. REMEMBER ANIMALS WILL BE WHAT THEY ARE, BUT OFTEN THEY HAVE TO ANSWER FOR THEIR UNWORTHY OWNERS MISTAKES. HOPE THIS HELPED YOU....HAPPY....SAFE....SHOOTING....SKIAnswered on 1/29/2010 by SKI from LOWER ARKANSAS
Q:Can I use 6mm .12 gram BB's in this gun?Asked on 12/31/2009 by New from Waukesha, WI
A:NO 7MM.14GRAM BBAnswered on 2/27/2010 by SMOOTH WALL from LEXINTON KENTUCKY
Q:what is the fps of this gun?Asked on 12/14/2009 by crazy from parkersburg w.v.
A:On the Box and Their Website they Say 350fps.
However, I own a number of chronographs, using Copperhead .177 BB's We consistently got readings of 387fps making no modification whatsoever.Answered on 12/17/2009 by Eagle_Eye from MN
Q:does it fly back a lot or a little.Asked on 12/6/2009 by bobby the best from mpls, mn
A:noAnswered on 3/30/2010 by mike from isant, mn
Q:is this gun good for hunting deer and hogs and turkey wats the fpsAsked on 11/26/2009 by mike from wpb, fl
A:No, its 350 FPS.Answered on 12/2/2009 by Chondro from Indianapolis, IN
Q:Is this gun good to use for target practice, im trying to get ready for dear season? P.S. im only 13 and this is my second year to hunt.Asked on 11/10/2009 by boB from Soso,MS
A:it is a target practice gun but you should practice with your gun you will be hunting with, so that you can get used to it, and nice to know other 13 yr olds are hunting, im on my 5th yearAnswered on 6/19/2010 by Joey from Macedonia, Ohio
A:very good for target practice not good for deer hunting yes good for a 13 year oldAnswered on 5/31/2012 by ttyl from dddd