The Model 122 is a .22 caliber pellet pistol, not a BB or .177 caliber pistol. Pump up the pistol, Not more than 10 pumps.
Open the breech by turning the knob at the rear. Pull it all the way back. Load the .22 pellet in the breech. The skirt faces the rear. Close the breech. Rotate the knob to lock it in place. Aim, release the safety and fire.
The model 200 was introduced in 1928 and was a .175 caliber BB muzzle loader.
how to breakdown and load 38 caliber iver johnson pistol?
Pull the slide back, and lock it to the rear. Inspect the chamber to ensure it's clear. Check the safety to ensure it's on safe. Load rounds into the magazine. Insert magazine into bottom of pistol grip. Release slide to chamber the first round.
I have researched this model and can not find any Daisy m2001 powerline. They did make a model 2003 that fired 35 rounds. it was made between 1995 and 2001. It was semi automatic. But it was a pistol not a rifle. If this is your pistol I suggest that you contact Daisy directly (800) 713-2479 and ask for an owners manual.
you probably just stop and load.
Ask a gunsmith for help
No. They are the wrong diameter, 45 you need large pistol/large rifle sized primer diameter. Also rifle primers are thicker and require a heavier primer strike that some pistols can not deliver. My Springfield XDM only intermittently can set off a small rifle primer when used to load 9mm.
Put the ammuniton into the magazine and put the magazine into the rifle, cock it and pull the trigger..