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    Posted: April-30-2017 at 7:06pm
Here's a listing I just published on CRAIG'S LIST,
TOLEDO, under "Daisy Pop gun, fake BB gun"
Here's a Daisy POP GUN that NEVER appears for sale.
Extremely limited version.
The gun is an imitation of the famous 1894 Winchester.
Has gold receiver sides with the word DAISY, and a picture of a buffalo.
Gun cocks, fires, and sounds like the real thing.
No BB...no, you won't shoot your eye out !
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I've sent pics and asked for info to Bakers Airguns and COWBOY PAPA, and several others...no answers from anyone. Ever see one ?
Any information?  HELP !!!!
 
(Note...I can't post pics here...sorry)
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This it?
 
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That's it...
Tell me about it
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I believe it came out around '61, give or take. At least some had smoke and bang.
 
Some info from a thread here at Daisy Talk: http://forum.daisymuseum.com/daisy-model-694_topic4008.html
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Thanks
Good information.
Wonder what it might be worth ???
Ever see one for sale?
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Marv, about a year ago pabirdman had one for sale on GB along with maybe a model 95 as a package deal. It wasn't too costly but the receiver (gold/brown) halves had fair sized chunks broken away. I have never seen a pristine one with that particular gold/brown graphic on it for sale but I've seen the occasional plain receiver specimens up for grabs.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote MarvMar Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May-06-2017 at 10:38am
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Can you tell me the origin of this pic?
I have consulted Howard May (Cowboy PAPA) and Dennis Baker. Neither has ever seen one.
Is this your box and gun?
Can't find ANY thing on Google.
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Sadly it's not mine. It was found in a google image search for 'daisy model 694'. The photo was from an auction site, here.
 
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Item Description
Original illustrated cardboard box has graphics of John Russell as Marshal Dan Troop and Peter Brown as Deputy Johnny McKay on two sides. Box contains 33.75" long rifle w/plastic stock, designed as "Spittin' Image Of The Great Model 94 Winchester." Daisy model #694, 1961. Box has lt. scuffs and creasing w/a few color rubs. Box has 1" tear/puncture on one side panel, two loose (one included) inner tabs and another partial torn. VG overall. Comes w/aged and heavily worn instruction booklet. Rifle cocks and fires, but no smoke action. Breech has small 3/8" crack on top and 1/8" crack/chip at bottom where it meets fore stock. Gun appears unused and retains a Fine appearance w/original string tag around lever. Nicely designed w/rare box.
 

 

 

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Hey Guys
I have one. It is a Buffalo Bill carbine with a medallion in the stock just like the bb gun version
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Steve,
You and I must have the only 2 on the planet.
Just contacted Stu Gabriel (Mrgun)...he said he has never seen one and has no info.
Suggested I contact Daisy Museum.
More Monday after the call....
 
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