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    Posted: February-27-2011 at 5:03am
Hey all
What Daisy toy rifles do you have.Here is what I have so far
Lunar Jet-model 1011-Rogers
Sonic Boom -model 1916-Rogers
Trail Rider-model 960-Rogers
Air Force Rocket Command-No962-Rogers-Have the bb gun too
Davy Crockett cork-No numbers-Made for Walt Disney Prod
Zorro-No 961-Plymouth
Pump rifle- No 760-Rogers
Red Ryder double barrel-no numbers-Plymouth
Red Ryder Cork rifle-Model 965-Plymouth
Annie Oakley-No 967- Plymouth
Annie Oakley-No 966- Plymouth
 
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I have a Annie Oakley 967 and a extra Annie Oakley Stock.  2 Red Ryder Rifles 1 other popgun. (I'm looking for the sling for my annie oakley rifle and other Oakley parts if anyone has some.)   Stan
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Hey all
I also have the Victory toy wood rifle,looking for the Chattermatic.Got a couple clicker toy Daisy rifles to.I am interested if anyone else collects the Daisy toy rifles.They can be as much fun to collect as the bb guns
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Have several clicker pistols; some water squirt guns; a 13" long break barrel cork shooter; multiple cap guns w/holsters, including those early cast iron signle shot cap guns; Model 660 and 960's pop guns; time for the nursing home!!!
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All I've got is a Model 27 1000 shot Nickle plate . And I'm not complaining it is a great start to another bad habit.
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1908 Little Daisy Pop/Cork Gun (first Daisy toy)
1910 Little Daisy No. 10 Pop/Cork Gun (nickel)
1914 Little Daisy No. 10 lever action pop/cork gun (nickel)
1915 to early 1930s Daisy No. 8 Liquid Pistol (ten known variations, most blued, one nickel)
1914 Big Daisy No. 14 pop/cork gun (nickel plated)
1916 Little Daisy No. 10 ring trigger pop/cork gun
1916 No. 9 Liquid Pistol (nickel)
1917 Big Daisy No. 14 pop/cork gun (blued)
1918 Little Daisy No. 10 ring trigger pop/cork gun
1918 No. 16 Daisy Pump Action Military Popgun with bayonet (blued)
 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote willielumplump Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: March-31-2011 at 4:26pm
Ummm, well, I also have a very recently acquired Daisy Flyint Top No 90, a pistol like device, in working condition, but do not have any flying tops.  It wasn't a good seller, some think it was a Jack Armstrong Daisy give-away, or given away as a premium for sending in two box tops from Wheaties cereal(that last was from   Gary Garber's "An Encyclopedia of PLYMOUTH  Guns"
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I responded to this posting to get it updated
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I have a Daisy Paper Popper. Circa early '60s. Pics on another post. I also have a Daisy flying top pistol. 



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The pistol thing is stamped Daisy Mfg. Co. Plymouth, Mich. Pretty sure the Gold Medal Foods Inc. made Wheaties before the name change to General Mills. Box is stamped with Jack Armstrong's autograph. Guess it came with two tops. It works great. Sends a top up 30 feet. Tops are made out of thin sheet steel. I can imagine Mom's didn't want junior firing the things at anything that could be hurt. Fast spinning thin sheets of steel can hurt lots of things. Jack does warn you, on the box, not to point it at yourself or any other person. :)
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