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Here's some info on wide frame Daisys made for instinct shooting. I originally posted this at The High Road forum. The most common model was the 95 but the 99 was also used.

The first gun is the first or possibly second iteration of the Daisy used for the Quick Kill program. There was also a version based on a Daisy mounted in an M14 stock. But the most common was built on the "wide frame" model 95 Daisy.



One of the civilian versions was called the "Quick Skill". They were based on the 95 and 99, but the 95 was more common. As the photos show, these sight-less 95s had the furniture like the model 96 and they looked more like a 96 than anything. Makes me wonder why they didn't just use the 96 to begin with.



This is built on a 99:

There was also another instinct shooting Daisy, this one was built on an early model 99. It was branded/ endorsed by Lucky McDaniel. Came with a BB shot tube (gravity fed, not spring loaded) and a cork ball barrel.

This one was a later model 99, it uses the stamped steel trigger instead of the modular model 99 trigger we have come to expect to see on a 99.

Another Lucky model 99, this one in bronze. Again, gravity fed:


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