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    Posted: February-28-2020 at 4:20pm
what is one worth in like new condition?
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I don't think Daisy made anything with the John Wayne name on it. Could be wrong,would not be the first time LOL
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Daisy 1894, Winchester style with wood forearm and stock, round barrel. Forearm has inscription "THE DUKE COMMEMORATIVE ISSUE" with a pic of John Wayne.  Made between 2007 and 2010. 
I paid over $200 for mine several years ago...it is NIB, never fired...NOT FOR SALE.
Some nice pics of it on "A COLLECTION OF 1894's". 
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thanks MarvMar, I seen one that sold for $325.00 on a gun broker site. and read that they sold for $295.00 when they came out with them. Vary pricey for the Time. I wonder if they sold the 3000 they made? 
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There is also a Red Ryder clone, John Wayne Lil Duke BB Rifle, that is currently being sold. Not sure if it is made by Daisy or someone else.
 
 
Also, there is a Duke Lever Action CO2 pellet rifle that Umarex sold a couple of years ago. I think it is now only sold in Europe:
 
 
And Umarex sells a line of Colt Peacemaker CO2 revolvers and a 1911 BB pistol under the John Wayne banner:
 
 
So maybe clarify which John Wayne gun you are inquiring about.
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Some nice pics of it on "A COLLECTION OF 1894's". 
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I seem to recall the "LIL DUKE" being marketed by Crosman Or Benjamin.
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Yes, the frame on the Lil Duke does not look like a Daisy design.
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Thanks for the link, interesting about the variable power.
With your magnet modification gives you some options other traditional BB guns don't have.
Might be nice for short range/indoor shooting.
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