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    Posted: May-28-2011 at 7:02am
Downsizing because of empty nest.  Found the following in the basement and wondering if it's "Garage Sale" fodder or something better...?  Anyone help me with this?

Model 1894 Daisy BB Gun   Pat no. L639022 & 3245392
Complete, works, but shows a little wear from use
It would have been new circa 1960
This is rifle only... no original packaging
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote willielumplump Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May-28-2011 at 11:51am
You more than likely will not get its real value at a yard or garage sale; depending on condition and recent auctions on www.Gunbroker.com, they can fetch from &75 to 175 depending on condition, but used and w/o box or papers, less than $125; of course this is all opinion.
If you have children or grandchildren perhaps you might want to pass it on.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote stevec Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May-29-2011 at 3:56am
Best to check auction sites and see what comes close to what you have.Some are worth more then others.There were alot of different modlels of the 1894 rifle.Some were also just made for Sears.The ones that were made with names on them like Buffalo Bill, Texas Rangers , etc.are worth more.You need to make sure that it will shoot bbs.Just because it cocks and dry shoots does not mean it will shoot a bb.
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Stevec is right. A fairly common problem with the 1894's . The BB's will just roll out of the shot tube.
The 1894 is very difficult to repair and put back together again.
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Thanks for the feedback.
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I have to agree with Steve on this one. There are so many different variants and special commemorative models of this rifle that in order to get a value on your gun  you have to do your  homework.
And as always condition plays  a big factor. If it is not functioning properly without doubt the value will be less.
 
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