Best Polymer Pump Pellet Rifle I've Ever Seen/Shot
The only pump action .177 I've seen or shot that's better than this is the wood stocked Benjamin 397. However, that was the old Benjamin. Benjamin was sold to Crosman, who changed the wood stock from walnut to birch, cheapened the metal barrel from blued steel to some cheap matte steel, moved the steel thumb safety to the trigger guard, and changed the trigger and trigger guard from steel to cheap plastic. So, that being said, at nearly $100 less than the Benjamin, this Daisy Powerline 901 more
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than holds its own. It is a very sturdy polymer, it doesn't feel cheap. I would put this up there as one of the best pump action .177's in current production. The only thing I would change is that loading pellets are a little tricky, you have to be careful not to drop them into the BB loading port. Other than that, it's a fine pellet rifle.