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    Daisy Is In The House!!

    Hello CGN! We just had a large shipment of Daisy products roll in!!

    LINK TO BUY




    Perfect for the little ones and big ones alike, and just in time for Christmas!



    Feel free to drop by the shop and check them out or come see them on the website.

    Cheers!

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    Brings back a lot of good memories ! Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Helsinki Cowboy View Post
    Brings back a lot of good memories ! Lol
    ^same here, minus the safety glasses. And supervision.
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    Can you still shoot wooden matches with them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grain View Post
    Can you still shoot wooden matches with them?
    I thought that was only with break action pellet guns?
    He can't shoot like that with a stock Savage and a Bushnell scope

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    I have memories of loading like a muzzleloader, certain oversized matches would be too big.
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    My first gun was a Daisy Model 25 pump. I must have put 50,000 BBs through that thing. Every so often the trigger spring would break and I would have to mail away something like 50-75 cents to Daisy in Rogers, Arkansas for a new one. I don't remember where that gun ever went but i was standing in line to get into a gun show a couple of years ago and the guy behind me was taking the exact same gun into the show to sell. It was in absolutely mint condition and even the gold painted-on scrollwork was immaculate. I asked him how much and he said $35. I couldn't get my wallet out fast enough. it will go to my grandson when he gets old enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ted_dent View Post
    My first gun was a Daisy Model 25 pump. I must have put 50,000 BBs through that thing. Every so often the trigger spring would break and I would have to mail away something like 50-75 cents to Daisy in Rogers, Arkansas for a new one. I don't remember where that gun ever went but i was standing in line to get into a gun show a couple of years ago and the guy behind me was taking the exact same gun into the show to sell. It was in absolutely mint condition and even the gold painted-on scrollwork was immaculate. I asked him how much and he said $35. I couldn't get my wallet out fast enough. it will go to my grandson when he gets old enough.
    And the best grand dad award goes to Mr. Dent.

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    hi all

    this is a dilemma for me this year .

    the little guy is 5 and i've been torn between a pellet /bb gun ,or just go straight to a rascal 22.

    i just recall all kids pellet and bb guns from my youth to be extremely inaccurate and thus annoying and disappointing after awhile .

    you aimed , shot, missed , all while watching the pellet arc and hit ground

    are these newer ones better /stronger ?

    90 % of the enjoyment is actually hitting your target .

    or straight to rimfire?

    thoughts ? your experience with 5 yr olds?

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