Daisy PowerLine 415 Pistol User Manual
CHECK THE FOLLOWING IF A BB DOES NOT FIRE
1. Did the Built-in Magazine contain .177 cal. Daisy® Precision Max™ or similar
quality BBs? If not, fill the Built-in Magazine with BBs and repeat the operation
2. Was the safety “OFF” – RED SHOWING, when the trigger was pulled? If not,
repeat the operation steps.
3. Was a CO2 cylinder installed? If not, put “ON” safe – NO RED SHOWING, and
insert a new CO2 cylinder. Repeat the operation steps after the new cylinder is
4. Refer to the section on CO2 characteristics.
5. If the pistol still does not fire, refer to warning below.
WARNING: If the pistol still fails to shoot a projectile after checking the five
items noted, there is a malfunction in the pistol. This could represent a dangerous
condition. There could be a BB in the pistol even though a BB did not shoot out.
This could cause the user to mistakenly believe the pistol is unloaded. At no time
should you look down the barrel of the gun. Put “ON” safe – NO RED SHOWING,
remove the CO2 cylinder, and send the pistol directly to DAISY MANUFACTURING
SERVICE DEPARTMENT. Refer to section on REPAIR OF POWERLINE® AIR PISTOLS.
HOW TO UNLOAD
After a shooting session is complete, the gun should be unloaded before storing
it. To unload the gun always put “ON” safe – NO RED SHOWING, remove the CO2
cylinder, and remove the BBs from the Built-in Magazine. (See below)
CAUTION: Even though you have gone through an unloading procedure,
continue to treat the gun as though it were loaded. Don’t point at anything you
don’t intend to shoot. Always put the gun “ON” safe – NO RED SHOWING.
REMOVE CO2 CYLINDER
1. Put safety “ON SAFE” -
NO RED SHOWING (Fig. 2).
2. With the butt of the grip cover
removed, slowly open the puncture
screw until any remaining CO2 gas is
3. Remove the CO2 cylinder from pistol.
CAUTION: Never attempt to reuse a cylinder for any purpose.
REMOVE BBs FROM THE BUILT-IN MAGAZINE
1. Put “ON” safe – NO RED SHOWING. (Operation Step 1).
2. Push and hold the Built-in Magazine follower fully toward the front.
3. Invert the gun and let the BBs fall out of the magazine through the loading
4. Look inside the Magazine slot on top
of the gun. If a BB is visible, use a
ballpoint pen, screw driver, etc. to
remove the BB from the gun as shown
CAUTION: Do not assume that
the gun is empty of ammunition.
Even though you have gone through
an unloading procedure, continue to treat the gun as though it were loaded.
Don’t point at anything you don’t intend to shoot. Always put the safety “ON” safe
– NO RED SHOWING. (Operation Step 1) and always treat the gun as if it were
loaded and ready to fire.
There are occasions when a CO2 pistol may be subjected to abnormal condi-
tions that can produce effects on the pistol’s performance. These conditions
include operation and/or storage of the pistol at temperatures that are consid-
erably higher or lower than normal outdoor temperatures (60 – 70 degrees F),
as well as conditions of rapid fire.
1. High temperatures can produce pressure in the CO2 cylinder and gun that is
considerably higher than normal operating pressure. Such increased pressure
may prevent the pistol from firing and may result in permanent damage to the
gun. The maximum operating or storage temperatures should not exceed 105
degrees F (40 degrees C ). This temperature can easily be reached if the gun
is left directly in the sun on a bright, sunny day. Therefore the shooter should
not expose the pistol to high temperature conditions or direct sunlight for any
extended period of time.
2. Rapid firing of the gun will cause temperature reduction in the pistol and
CO2 gas. This will result in lower ammunition velocities and may even lower gas
pressure enough so that the pistol will not fire. This condition can be especially
apparent when shooting in cold weather. This condition can be avoided by allow-
ing more time between shots. This permits the gas to increase in temperature
and pressure, and produce normal velocities.
3. During rapid fire, the muzzle velocity of each shot can be expected to de-
crease. This can be detrimental to shooting accuracy. The faster the gun is shot,
the fewer shots you will get per CO2 cylinder.
4. Care should be exercised to ensure that the gun is not shot with a CO2 cylinder
that is low in pressure because a BB may not be expelled from the barrel.
CAUTION: Shooting the gun with low CO2 pressure could result in ammuni-
tion lodging in the barrel.
Store your pistol unloaded. Put “ON” safe , remove CO2 cylinder and remove
all BBs from the pistol. Keep pistol away from children and untrained shoot-
ers. Store ammunition, and CO2 cylinders separately from the pistol to keep
them from untrained shooters.
WARNING: A CO2 CYLINDER CONTAINS GAS UNDER PRESSURE, WHETHER
OR NOT IT HAS BEEN INSERTED INTO A GUN. IF EXPOSED TO HIGH TEMPERA-
TURES (SUCH AS INSIDE OF A CLOSED CAR IN DIRECT SUNLIGHT), IT COULD
EXPLODE. BE SURE TO STORE ALL CYLINDERS IN A COOL PLACE.
With care and periodic cleaning, your pistol will provide many years of
shooting enjoyment. As is the case with conventional firearms, abuse, neglect,
and continued exposure to the elements will impair the performance of any
airgun. Learn to take care of your pistol and it will serve you well.
CAUTION: Never attempt to clean the pistol until it is “ON” safe – NO RED
SHOWING, the CO2 cylinder has been removed, and the BBs have been removed
from the Built-in Magazine.
STEP 2. INSERT CO2 CYLINDER
WARNING: Use only CO2
cylinders which are the 12 gram type.
Any attempt to use other sizes and/
or cylinders containing other types of
gas could be extremely dangerous.
The use of gases other than CO2 could
result in an explosion or could rupture
the gun, causing serious injury.
1. Put “ON” safety - NO RED SHOWING.
2. Remove the butt of the grip by
pulling down (Fig. 3).
3. Turn puncture screw counterclock-
wise until there is enough room to
insert a CO2 cylinder.
4. Insert the small end of the CO2
cylinder into the grip. Hold the gun
in an inverted position with the grip
pointing up and the muzzle pointing
away from you as shown (Fig. 4).
5. While continuing to hold gun in an
inverted position, point the muzzle in
a safe direction and turn the puncture
screw clockwise to puncture the CO2
cylinder. (Fig. 5) Continue turning the
screw RAPIDLY until finger tight.
NOTE: A slight seepage of CO2 gas
may occur until puncture screw is tight.
WARNING: Be sure the muzzle
is pointed in a safe direction when
puncturing the CO2 cylinder. In the
event that a seal temporarily leaks
while the CO2 is being punctured, the
CO2 gas may escape through the bar-
rel. If ammunition is jammed in the
barrel from prior shooting, this could
result in a projectile being shot.
STEP 3. FILL THE BUILT-IN MAGAZINE WITH A MAXIMUM OF 21 BBs
1. Always point gun in a safe direction.
Insure that the gun is “ON” safe – NO
RED SHOWING (see Operation Step 1).
2. Move the Built-in Magazine BB
follower fully forward and hold in
position as shown. (Fig. 6)
NOTE: Make sure the follower is held
fully forward toward the muzzle of
the gun and the spring is clear of the
loading port before attempting to
3. Once the Magazine BB follower is
held fully forward, a maximum of 21
.177 caliber BBs can be individually
inserted into the Magazine Loading
Port as shown. (Fig. 7)
CAUTION: Use only Precision
Max™ BBs by Daisy®, or similar quality
BBs that are labeled as such. Do not
use lead pellets, buck shot, darts, ball
bearings, or other foreign objects
because they can cause injury to
someone or may damage and/or jam
4. After the Built-in Magazine has
been loaded with a maximum of 21
BBs, slowly release the Built-in
Magazine BB follower and allow it to rest up against the BBs. This will allow
the BBs to be under spring tension (Fig. 8).
WARNING: Once the Built-in Magazine is loaded with BBs it is considered
to be loaded, so use extreme caution in handling the gun. Keep the gun
pointed in a safe direction. Never point the gun at anyone. Always treat the
gun as if it were loaded and ready to fire.
STEP 4. AIM AT A SAFE TARGET
To be a consistent marksman, use the correct sight picture each time you fire
the pistol (Fig. 9).
CAUTION: Due to the power of
this CO2 pistol, use extra caution in
selecting a safe target and proper
backstop based on the ammunition
you’re shooting. Never shoot BBs into
a steel trap designed for pellets. Pick
targets and backstops that will not
cause a ricochet or allow the ammo to
penetrate the backstop. Never shoot
at a flat hard surface or at the surface
STEP 5. TAKE “OFF” SAFETY – RED SHOWING.
When you are certain that the target,
back stop and surrounding area are safe,
position the safety “OFF” - RED SHOWING
WARNING: Use extreme caution
in operating the gun because it is now
ready to fire when the trigger is pulled.
STEP 6. FIRE
The pistol can be safely fired after properly completing the operating steps
mentioned above. After making sure the gun is pointed in a safe direction,
gently but firmly, squeeze the trigger. If you desire to continue shooting, the
operation steps can be repeated until the CO2 cylinder requires replacement.
STEP 7. PUT “ON” SAFETY - NO RED SHOWING.
After firing, return the safety to the “ON” position – NO RED SHOWING (Fig 2).
BB DOES NOT FIRE
WARNING: If a BB does not fire after completing the operation steps, do
not assume that the gun is unloaded. Keep the gun pointed in a safe direction.
This safety alert symbol indicates important safety messages in this
manual. When you see this symbol, be alert to the possibility of personal injury
and carefully read the message that follows.
The Model 415 CO
PowerLine® Pistol shoots with much more muzzle energy
than the traditional spring air BB gun. More power means greater chance of
serious injury. Use extreme caution when operating this gun.
Although your new PowerLine® Pistol is not a firearm, it has lethal potential
and should be treated with caution and respect due any conventional firearm.
Always remember, the first and most important safety feature of any gun is the
shooter. All safeties are mechanical devices and the shooter is the only part of
the system that can make a gun safe–or unsafe. DON’T DEPEND ON MECHANICAL
SAFETIES–think ahead and avoid situations that might lead to accidents.
Guns differ in their operations and you are never ready to fire any gun until
you are thoroughly familiar with it. Read the following operating instructions
and WITHOUT LOADING A PROJECTILE, proceed through the operating steps (dry
firing your gun with CO
only several times at a safe target.) This will enable you
to learn to operate the PowerLine® 415 properly and safely.
PRIOR TO OPERATION
Put “ON” SAFE – NO RED SHOWING (refer to Operation Step 1).
WARNING: Be sure gun is always pointed in a safe direction.
Step 1. PUT “ON” SAFETY - NO RED SHOWING
Step 2. INSERT CO2 CYLINDER
Step 3. FILL BUILT-IN MAGAZINE WITH A MAXIMUM OF 21 BBs
Step 4. AIM AT A SAFE TARGET
Step 5. TAKE “OFF” SAFETY - RED SHOWING
Step 6. FIRE
Step 7. PUT “ON” SAFETY - NO RED SHOWING
The pistol can continue to be shot until the built-in magazine is empty or the
CO2 cylinder need to be replaced. The Model 415 will obtain approximately 150
shots per CO2 cylinder. Refer to section on CO2 Characteristics.
NEVER STORE A LOADED GUN
At the end of a shooting session, as a safety precaution, always put the safety in
the “S” safe position - NO RED SHOWING, remove CO2 cylinder, remove BBs from
the gun. Store in a safe place to prevent unauthorized use.
HOW TO OPERATE
WARNING: Be sure gun is always pointed in a safe direction. Never point
the gun at anyone. Always assume and treat the gun as if it were loaded and
ready to fire.
STEP 1. PUT “ON” SAFETY - POSITION SAFETY SO NO RED IS SHOWING.
Rotate the safety toward the “SAFE” position – NO RED SHOWING (Fig. 2). In
this position, the trigger cannot be pulled to fire the gun.
CAUTION: Even when the safety is
“ON” you should continue to handle the
pistol safely. Don’t point the gun at any-
thing that you don’t intend to shoot.
NOTE: The safety is manual and not auto-
matic. It will only do its job when you do
yours. With the index finger out of the
trigger area, move the safety to the
“SAFE” position-NO RED SHOWING (Fig. 2).
REMEMBER, THE BEST SAFETY IS GOOD GUN HANDLING.
Any plastic parts may be cleaned with a damp rag and mild soap or deter-
gent. Avoid using strong detergent, abrasive cleaning compounds or solvents
that may scratch or otherwise damage surfaces. The exposed metal parts
should occasionally be wiped clean using a soft cloth that is lightly oiled with
clean motor oil.
Your CO2 pistol was lubricated when built and should not require any ad-
CAUTION: The components of this gun were engineered to deliver
optimum performance. Any modification or tampering with a gun may cause a
malfunction and may make it unsafe to use. Any change in performance (such
as a lowered trigger pull force and shortened trigger travel), indicates pos-
sible modification, tampering and/or wear. Such a gun should be inspected,
replaced or properly repaired by qualified personnel. Any gun that has been
dropped should be checked by qualified personnel to ensure that its function
has not been affected.
REPAIR OF POWERLINE® AIR PISTOLS
WARNING: A PISTOL THAT IS NOT OPERATING PROPERLY MAY BE
DANGEROUS. IT SHOULD BE KEPT SAFELY FROM USE BY ANYONE UNTIL REPAIRED
OR DESTROYED. DO NOT TRY TO TAKE THE GUN APART. IT IS DIFFICULT TO REAS-
SEMBLE, AND IMPROPER REASSEMBLY CAN CAUSE A HAZARDOUS CONDITION.
GUNS IN WARRANTY
LIMITED ONE-YEAR WARRANTY
For one year from date of purchase, Daisy will repair or replace and return this
gun, free of charge, if defective in material or workmanship. Service is avail-
able by returning the gun to Daisy Outdoor Products (refer to important note
that follows). Attach to the gun, your name, street address, and telephone
number, description of problem and proof of date of retail purchase (sales
slip). Package and send transportation prepaid to Daisy Outdoor Products. This
warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights
which may vary from state to state.
IMPORTANT: You can return your inoperative pistol to Daisy Outdoor Products
for repair via United Parcel Service (UPS). Be sure to put “ON safe, remove the
CO2 cylinder and unload all ammunition from the rotary clip before returning
the pistol to Daisy. You must include your street address for Daisy to send your
pistol directly back to you through UPS delivery.
GUNS OUT OF WARRANTY
If your PowerLine® air pistol needs repair, please call 1-800-713-2479 for
repair charges. Daisy will repair the gun or replace it with a reconditioned gun
of the same model, if available; otherwise, with a model of equivalent quality.
Daisy Outdoor Products,
Service Department, 308 West Stribling Drive, Rogers, AR 72756 U.S.A.
MODEL 415 CO
.177 cal. (4.5mm) BB
21-shot built-in magazine
MAX. SHOOTING DISTANCE* 235 yds. (215m)
500 fps (153mps)
Manual trigger block
Blade and ramp front; fixed open rear
1.0 lb. (.46 kg) empty
8.6 in. (21.85 cm)
Daisy® 12gm CO2 cylinder
*With muzzle pointed upward at optimum angle
cylinders may explode at temperatures above 160ºF (71ºC).
LEARN TO SHOOT SAFELY
Daisy Outdoor Products has a rich heritage of teaching young and first time
shooters to shoot safely. In order to effectively implement shooting education
programs nationwide, Daisy has partnered with the following organizations
which teach shooting safety and provide additional shooting safety materials
and information. We encourage you to contact Daisy at 1-800-643-3458 or one
of these organizations to sign up for a shooting safety class in your area.
PROGRAM MATERIALS & EQUIPMENT (U.S. customers only)
Daisy Outdoor Products
American Legion Junior
Shooting Sports Program
NRA Youth Programs
800-672-3888 ext. 1505
4-H Shooting Sports
Contact your County Extension Agent
Junior Olympic Shooting Program
O P E R A T I O N M A N U A L
NOT A TOY. ADULT SUPERVISION REQUIRED. MISUSE
OR CARELESS USE MAY CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. MAY BE DANGEROUS UP TO
235 YARDS (215 METERS).
THIS IS A HIGH POWER AIRGUN RECOMMENDED FOR USE BY THOSE 16 YEARS OF
AGE OR OLDER. READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING. THE PURCHASER AND USER
SHOULD CONFORM TO ALL LAWS GOVERNING USE AND OWNERSHIP OF AIRGUNS.
THIS GUN CAN CAUSE DEATH IF CARELESSLY USED
OR MISUSED. READ AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. DO NOT
LOAD ANY BBs INTO THE GUN UNTIL YOU ARE READY TO SHOOT. IF YOU DO
LOAD BBs INTO THE GUN AND THEN DECIDE NOT TO SHOOT, EITHER MANUALLY
REMOVE THE BBs FROM THE GUN OR SHOOT THE REMAINING BBs AT A SAFE
TARGET. AN UNLOADED, NON-PRESSURIZED GUN WHICH IS “ON” SAFETY IS
SAFEST. ACCIDENTS HAPPEN FAST, AND ACCIDENTALLY INJURING OR KILLING
SOMEONE IS A TERRIBLE THING. PLEASE SHOOT SAFELY.
Daisy Outdoor Products, Rogers, AR 72757-0220 U.S.A., www.daisy.com 300704-000
SAFETY “ON” - No Red Showing
SEGURIDAD EN “ON” - No Aparece El Rojo
SÉCURITÉ ACTIVÉE « ON »
La Couleur Rouge N’est Pas Visible.
CORRIGE ALINEACION / CORRIGE L’IMAGE
POINT DE MIRE
.177 cal BB (4.5 mm) STEEL AIRGUN SHOT
12 gm CO2 Cylinder
Cilindro CO2 de 12 gm
Cylinder de CO2 de 12
TORNILLO DE PERFORACIÓN
SAFETY “OFF” - Red Showing
SEGURIDAD EN “OFF” - Aparece El Rojo
ECURLA SITE « DE»
Du Rouge de Couleur Visible
RIELES DE ACCESORIOS
TORNILLO DE PERFORACIÓN
DE 21 DISPAROS
CHARGEUR INCORPORÉ À
Slowly Release The Magazine BB Follower
Suelte Lentamente El Elevador Del
Cargador De BBs Incorporado
Détendre Lentement L’élévateur Du
Chargeur De Balles BB