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    Posted: December-29-2017 at 3:36pm
Does anyone know if Daisy made the older 1894 60s, 70s lever action with a wood stock and forearm? I have not seen one. Only the newer 2000- 2004 version was wood
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I am quite sure that they did not.
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Although I have never been able to confirm this, I was once told that Daisy made 1,000 1894 units with wood stock and forearm for J.C. Penny in the early 70's.  
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Never seen one or even a reputable report on one.
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Mine are plastic too. If you see one with wood furniture, maybe it was "adapted" to repair broken parts. That's something I would do to keep it useable.
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I am certainly not one of them but some people have fantastic woodworking skills.
The butt stock would be "easy". I think the forearm would be very difficult.
I have seen a variety of home made stocks on double barrel 104's and 21's. Some look very good and others look very bad. If it kept the gun shooting I guess it was good.
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has anybody tried to make one using a 3-d printerBig smile? swede
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Good afternoon, 
I purchased a Daisy 1894 wood stock/forearm in "as new" condition with box 20 years ago. The Lot# stamped on the barrel is 3E10388.  
I have provided a link for photo. If interested, for additional photos of this gun please email me at angant@comcast.net 

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https://connect.xfinity.com/appsuite/api/mail/IMG_2221.JPG?action=attachment&folder=default0%2Fdaisy+1894&id=1&attachment=2&user=2&context=803836&decrypt=&sequence=1&delivery=view
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That's interesting. Lot number indicates a manufacturing date of either May 1983 or 1993. Your link wont open for me. 
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Email me please and I'll send you some pics.
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