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Per Joe Murfin, '54 and newer had plastic. By the way, what is the Reg/Lot No.?
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Right. Mine has no fake magazine tube so no place to screw a forearm. Also, no stars on the lever cover. Thanks for bringing yet another blue gun to everyone's attention. There seems to be more of them than most folks know.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote jackdog Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May-10-2023 at 4:17pm

only metallic blue BB rifle i know of WAS THE 110 AIR FORCE ROCKET.   I am sure this is not the one you have (has under barrel) , but all internal parts are the same as the 102.  do not know what info is stamped on the gun to identify it, but would bet it is not 102-36..   I have a 177 pistol painted in metallic blue and love that finish,  
see daisy AD below.  says lever also painted blue...
 




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Originally posted by cobalt327 cobalt327 wrote:

It would have been plastic. But I'm guessing you're more looking for whether it had a brown or white stock. I've never seen a 102-36 with anything but a brown stock- but that doesn't mean there wasn't ever a 102-36 made with a white stock.

The lever would have been an aluminum "3 star" type. Probably painted black, but there again- I can't say there was never a blue metallic 102-36 made with a different color lever, or even an unpainted one.


The Daisy collectors guide lists the 102-36 as having a wooden stock but as we all are aware nuttin is written in stone. No mention of Airforce blue paint there. It was suggested that this could have been a contract piece for a specific retailer. 🤔
I've seen pop guns with blue paint and white stock. Supposedly this may have been a holdover color from earlier rifles with the blue paint but it's hard to get confirmation on any possibilities.   I've searched the internet but so far no pictures have arisen like this one.   
I just love a good mystery!
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It would have been plastic. But I'm guessing you're more looking for whether it had a brown or white stock. I've never seen a 102-36 with anything but a brown stock- but that doesn't mean there wasn't ever a 102-36 made with a white stock.

The lever would have been an aluminum "3 star" type. Probably painted black, but there again- I can't say there was never a blue metallic 102-36 made with a different color lever, or even an unpainted one.
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Originally posted by MarvMar MarvMar wrote:

Russ, Shane just posted a short video on that model.

Marv, the one Shane showed is a black painted one with a homemade stock.
Mine is, according to the Daisy Museum, a 1961 with Airforce blue paint. So far I don't have a definite ID on what the stock should be. Still hoping for some feedback here.
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Hmmm. Sorry Marv. I don't see his posting yet. I'll keep an eye out though.
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Russ, Shane just posted a short video on that model.
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So, I acquired a number 102 model 36 receiver. It's a Rodgers gun. Painted blue metallic. Removable shot tube. Does anyone know what stock, trigger and cocking lever this one is supposed to have?   I'm guessing an aluminum lever and folded steel one piece trigger but not sure about the stock. Any ideas🥴
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