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    Posted: February-12-2020 at 10:08am
Hey all, If you get the opportunity, read the story by Joe Murfin on the Daisy Outdoor Products Site about the first Red Ryder ever made. Then you will see that a tribute rifle is available from the Rogers Daisy Museum. The story made the hair on my neck stand on end. Joe really tells a good story and makes me want to visit the museum once more. Let me know what all you Daisy fans think. Drop a line or email to Joe if you enjoyed it as much as I did.
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Great read, Thanks for sharing.

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The Daisy Museum price on this gun is $99. They only made 1,000 of them but #'s 0001 and 0002 are retained, so in reality only 998 should be available.

I hate to be so skeptical but keep an eye on the marketing sites for imposters. You know it's just a matter of time.
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It isn't going happen but it would be nice if the they made a nice replica like the original with the lightening loader feed system with copper bands and  blued metal and stronger spring..

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Originally posted by oldwizzer oldwizzer wrote:

It isn't going happen but it would be nice if the they made a nice replica like the original with the lightening loader feed system with copper bands and  blued metal and stronger spring..

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I agree with you Wiz. That really would be great! However, they would have to produce one from scratch. The museum isn't the Daisy company so I guess a "Tribute" model is as close as it gets. Always nice to dream though.
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I cannot imagine trying to collect one of every one of this type of collectible Daisy- there must be literally hundreds by now.


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