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Topic: My wish list.
Posted By: oneandgone
Subject: My wish list.
Date Posted: September-18-2011 at 8:36am

I thought I'd put this on here as what will most likely be an ever-changing wish list of what I would like to add to my collection. In no particular order of importance...

I'm interested in just about any all wood stocked Red Ryder in great shape. Particular ones I'm looking for include...
 
Pre-War variants 2-3. I know that the chances of getting vairian 3 are very slim.
120th Anniversary like new with box and all paperwork.
Model 1938 and No. 1938. I'm still a little confused about the differences here...
 
I'd also like an excellent example of any of the following...
 
Buzz Barton Super 103-33.  
Buzz Barton 195-34. 
Model 50 Golden Eagle.
 
I like accessories as well. If you want to sell any of the following I may be interested...
Full set of Daisy dollars.
Manual for Stagecoach Strongbox.
Wire gun rack that holds the cleaning kit and 1 gun.
4-gun rack like currently on the Daisy website.
 
Anything you think I may like feel free to throw it out there!
 



Replies:
Posted By: willielumplump
Date Posted: September-21-2011 at 9:47am
I have a Daisy Stagecoach Strong Box, received it empty, and without the shelf; I did order and receive two reproduction keys that work perfectly.  Additonally, I could reproduce some of the documentation that came with a specimen I received that was relatively complete, and 'salt' the strong box with some gear that could add interest.  I fabricated a crude shelf from paneling, but some one else might be more gifted than I at that kind of effort.
 
mailto:Clfmustang@aol.com - Clfmustang@aol.com


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Semper Fi


Posted By: oneandgone
Date Posted: September-21-2011 at 2:34pm
Tempting... I'll probably email you about it later. I'm a little leary of buying one without the shelf as I doubt one would ever be found seperate from another box. The other stuff could be a nice plus though... I have the map already in great shape, but that's all. I'm not even sure what all was in them when new.


Posted By: shane
Date Posted: October-01-2011 at 4:11am
check gunbroker.com in the airgun area.there are a couple of the things you want. BUT your best bet would be to try to make the airgun expo oct. 14th & 15th at Roanoke moose lodge #284 at 3233 catawba valley dr. salem VA. 24153. they will have anything and everything you ever dreamed of.


Posted By: stevec
Date Posted: October-01-2011 at 4:50am
Hey oneandgone
You mentione you were confused about the Model 1938 and the No 1938.Don't know if you have seen both but if and when you do you will understand.The No 1938 looks just like the Model 111-40.The wood for the stock and forearm is a cheaper wood and no Fred Harmon name on the stock,smaller forearm band but real close to the 111-40.The Model 1938 loads bb from the side of the barrel,non removeable shot tube, has Red Ryder logo on right side of stock,has a different rear sight.Hope this helps some
stevec


Posted By: oldwizzer
Date Posted: October-02-2011 at 8:04am

I believe the No. 1938 came out in the early 1970's and had the logo on the left side of the stock, had slotted screws and used the lightening loader system for  loading the bb's,turn the borrel at the top and pour in the bb's. You could remove the barrel. The Model 1938 came out in the latter 1970's [or later] and had the logo on the right side of the stock used phillip head screws. It used the same bb loading system as the No. 1938. The 1938B first used the newer loading system.

Ejwills.


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Ejwills


Posted By: stevec
Date Posted: October-03-2011 at 4:09am
Ejwills
I don't think there was just a Model 1938.I think this is how it goes.
1.No 1938
2.Model 1938A
3.Model 1938B
stevec


Posted By: stevec
Date Posted: October-03-2011 at 4:30am
Hey olddude
Worked a deal with you on a bb gun but you won't follow thru,what gives.Have also noticed in your profile you were suspended from this site years ago but you still are able post.Something fishy here
stevec


Posted By: oldwizzer
Date Posted: October-03-2011 at 7:37am
Steve,
I found this on the old Daisy Airgun USA site.
C:\Users\ejwills\Pictures\History of the Daisy Red Ryder BB Gun - AirgunsUSA  Google Groups.mht
I had it downloaded to my computer and i'm not sure if the site can be openen.
 
Ejwills.


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Ejwills


Posted By: oldwizzer
Date Posted: October-03-2011 at 7:55am
I guess the site is mute.It had an article on the history of the Red Ryder bb gun by Joseph Whorton.
He mentioned no No.1938, both the 1972 and 1978 models as Model 1938's and mentions the 1979  model 1938A-B as the first to use the newer loading system.
 
Ejwills.


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Ejwills


Posted By: stevec
Date Posted: October-03-2011 at 7:56am
Ejwills
I have seen it.Joe also called the first one a Model and not a No 1938 so I don't think it can be counted on.I would have to see one that would only say Model 1938.Have been wrong before lol
stevec


Posted By: oneandgone
Date Posted: October-03-2011 at 2:36pm
Originally posted by shane shane wrote:

check gunbroker.com in the airgun area.there are a couple of the things you want. BUT your best bet would be to try to make the airgun expo oct. 14th & 15th at Roanoke moose lodge #284 at 3233 catawba valley dr. salem VA. 24153. they will have anything and everything you ever dreamed of.
 
I'm on there daily, but I think a lot of the prices are a bit inflated. I see a lot of the same guns over and over, it's as if most sellers are waiting for the right sucker willing to pay absolute top dollar. I did score one off my list on there the other day though, I got a...
 
50th Anniversary like new with box and all paperwork. Bonus if it includes the box of bb's.
 
...and it did included the original box of bb's! I scored it for $65 shipped, which is about half of what all the others I've seen tend to be priced at. I have since removed it from my list!
 
Unfortunately that's just too far for me to go for an airgun show. There was one in STL a few weeks back that I really wanted to go to, but my schedule just wouldn't work out.
 
 


Posted By: oneandgone
Date Posted: October-03-2011 at 3:09pm
Ugh, im still confused about these 1938's! lol I'll probably keep my eye out and pick them up as I find nice ones, eventually it will all make sense! I'm of course familiar with the 1938 b's as there are so many out there, it's the others that have me all wishy-washy.
 
According to my Blue Book of Airgun Values 9th Edition... 
 
Model 1938 -BB/.175 cal., Red Ryder similar to Number 111 Model 40, wood stock and forearm, logo stamped on left side of stock, narrow barrel bands, saddle ring staple does not go completely through side of receiver, blue paint finish, screws are slotted. Mfg. 1972-78.
 
Model 1938 B Ducks Unlimited -BB/.175 cal., special Red Ryder edition for Ducks Unltd, walnut stock, right side of receiver stamped "Limited Edition", stamping lines filled with gold paint, walnut look rack with brass plaque. Mfg. 1975.
 
Model 1938 A-B -BB/.175 cal., Red Ryder, marked "1938 A-B" in gold paint on right side of receiver, loading gate on left side of barrel near muzzle, no muzzle band, plastic saddle ring staple, fake loading tube, plastic front sight and muzzle plug, trigger safety, hole in left side of receiver. Mfg. 1978.
 
Model 1938 B -BB/.175 cal., Red Ryder similar to Model 1938 A-B but with no hole on left side of receiver, stamped "1938 B". New 1979.
 
Model 1938 Red Ryder - BB/.175, .177 cal., LA, SP, 280-350 FPS, 650-shot, black finish, stained wood stock/forearm with lariat logo and burnished forearm band, crossbolt trigger block safety, adj. rear sight, saddle ring with leather thong, 2.2 lbs.
 
Model 1938 Retro Red Ryder - BB/.175, .177 cal., LA, SP, 350 FPS, 650-shot, black finish, stained wood stock/forearm with lariat logo and gold tone forearm band, crossbolt trigger block safety, adj. rear sight, saddle ring with leather thong, 2.2 lbs., 35.4 OAL. New 2008.
 
Model 1938 Red Ryder (Mfg. 2011) - BB/.177, or .177 cal. pellets, similar to Model 1938 Red Ryder, escept has a metal cocking lever/ New 2011.
 
Model 1938 (Mfg. 1978) - BB/.175 cal., Red Ryder similar to Model 1938 but with logo on right side of stock, screws are Phillips type. Mfg. 1978.
 
NOW, if that doesn't confuse or clarify things I don't know what will! There are several others listed, commemoratives, anniversaries, etc...but I felt these were the most important to mention here. The reason I included the Ducks Unltd. gun is because I find it odd that the list it as a Model 1938 B in 1975, but when they list the Model 1938 B they say new in 1979, four years the latter.


Posted By: Tbird
Date Posted: October-04-2011 at 2:02am
WOW....now I'm confused too!
My head is spinning now....lol.


Posted By: stevec
Date Posted: October-04-2011 at 4:05am
There are alot of mistakes in the Blue book.The biggest mistake I see with the first 1938 is everyone calls it a model and not NO 1938.I am checking with Gary Garber but still think this is how it goes
1.NO 1938
2.Model 1938 A B
3.Model 1938B
stevec


Posted By: Tbird
Date Posted: October-04-2011 at 8:21am
That's how I thought it worked too.


Posted By: oneandgone
Date Posted: October-04-2011 at 1:53pm
I agree that there are plenty of mistakes in the blue book. It's a shame too because it's really a nice book. There are also a lot of guns that make no appearance in it at all. I'm anxious to see what you find out from Gary. Keep us posted!


Posted By: stevec
Date Posted: October-05-2011 at 4:20am
Still can't figure it out.Heard from Gary and he admits he is no expert in the newer Roger rifles.He said all his Lightning loader Red Ryder from Rogers say No1938 and the side loading ones say Model 1938B.He mentioned rifles sent in for repair came back with an A B stencile on it.I have seen two Model 1938 A B rifles for sale on off the wall auction sites but they don't say what is stamped on top of the rifle.I also read on Daisy kings site that after they made the No 1938 they made a Model 1938 A,Is that stamped into the rifle,I don't know.Anyway,I think that is where they changed the rifle and it had to be recalled because of a problem with the new safety and when it was returned Daisy stenciled it withe the A B.Then came the Model 1938B.So the big question is there a Red Ryder with a Model 1938A stamped on top of the barrel.Will check around some more
stevec


Posted By: stevec
Date Posted: October-05-2011 at 6:21am
Drum roll please lol.Asked the question to Dennis Baker of Daisy King.He said after the No 1938 Daisy made a model 1938 A,it is stamped on the rifle.It had some flaws and when sent to Daisy for repairs they would send it back with Model 1938 B stencieled on the side.So it goes like this I guess
1.No 1938
2.Model 1938A
3.Model 1938 A B-not a real production model
4.Model 1938B
stevec


Posted By: stevec
Date Posted: October-06-2011 at 12:36pm
Hey all
Gary Garber also agrees with this.The AB rifle is just a repair of the model 1938 A
stevec


Posted By: oneandgone
Date Posted: October-06-2011 at 4:23pm
Intersting. Good work, thanks!


Posted By: stevec
Date Posted: October-10-2011 at 3:49am
Now I gotta go find a Model 1938 A ,LOL
stevec


Posted By: daisyhunter
Date Posted: October-10-2011 at 10:06am
Hi Guys  You seem to understand Daisy's 1938  Red Ryder marking system.  I have a Daisy  NO. 1938 It has the lighting loading  door , phillip screws ,Saddle ring staple does not go completely
through side of receiver. Logo is on Right side of stock  Where does this one fit in the system.
          Gary


Posted By: oneandgone
Date Posted: October-10-2011 at 2:21pm
I'm with ya on that Steve!
 
Gary, sounds like this one...
 
Model 1938 (Mfg. 1978) - BB/.175 cal., Red Ryder similar to Model 1938 but with logo on right side of stock, screws are Phillips type. Mfg. 1978.


Posted By: stevec
Date Posted: October-11-2011 at 2:39am
The No 1938 was made from about 1972-78.Oneandgone,you gotta read slowerThere was no model 1938 but No 1938 LOL
stevec


Posted By: oneandgone
Date Posted: October-11-2011 at 12:10pm
Wouldn't it be Model: No. 1938? That's what I thought was going on...
 
Also, according to the Blue Book (which I know we both agree has mistakes) the phillips screws and logo on right side of stock vs left indicates 1978 only. To me it seems like it should be called a 1938 variant 2. Opinion? Correction?


Posted By: theruppester
Date Posted: October-11-2011 at 1:34pm
The 1938 Daisy came out in 1972. It was a copy of the 1949 111-40 Red Rider. It had a wooden stock and a wooden forearm with a metal band around it. The Stock had the Red Rider logo on the left side but did not have the Fred Harmon signature. The designation on the gun was No. 1938 although they were called it a Model 1938. These guns were made until 1979. Some time during the production the logo was moved to the right side of the stock. I do not know when but I have two  No.1938s and I have one of each. Both guns are original. Some time in 1979 or 1980 A slot was added to the top of the barrel as a safety so you could see if a BB was in the loading tube. This was called a Model 1938A. the designation on the gun remained No.1938. I also have one of these. This gun was only made for one year. The next change was to add a safety to the trigger a loading door in the barrel drop the removable shot tube and replace it with a fixed shot tube and a plastic insert and sight in the end of the barrel. This is the Model 1938B. This is the same gun they make today except for the decline in the quality. The production dates came from an article at DaisyKing.com.       

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Daisy Nut


Posted By: theruppester
Date Posted: October-11-2011 at 1:57pm
I checked the screws on the guns that I have The gun with the logo on the left side has straight slot screws. the one with the logo on the right and the 38A have Phillips head screws.hope this helps some.  

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Daisy Nut


Posted By: oneandgone
Date Posted: October-11-2011 at 6:00pm
Great info, thank you. That all makes sense to me and I can't believe I haven't read it as I've been on that site several times. In my opinion these should be referred to as variants of the 1938 the same way as is done with the No 111 Model 40.


Posted By: stevec
Date Posted: October-12-2011 at 3:19am
The No 1938 with the slot cut into the barrel was still just called a No 1938.The model 1938 A is when they redisgned the rifle and added a safety to it.The safety had problems with it and when you sent it in for repair they stenciled model 1938b on the side.I don't have a model 1938 A but have the others.If you look on the net at rifles sold that were model 1938a you will see it is just like the model 1938b.There was not a No1938a
stevec


Posted By: stevec
Date Posted: October-12-2011 at 4:54am
Try this
No 1938 Var1-Made about 1972 to about 1978.Looks just like the No 111 model 40 except,flat sided forearm,skinny forearm band,used lighter wood for stock and forearm,no Fred Harmon signature,phillips screw on top of stock,rest are straight screws,saddle ring holder does not go all the way thru,painted,Red Ryder logo on left side of stock
No 1938 Var2- Made about 1978-79.Same as var1 except the logo is on right side,uses all phillip screws,slot cut in top of barrel
Model 1938A Var 3 Made about 1979-80.Total redesigned rifle.No shot tube,loads thru trap door on side of barrel,safety added,rear and front site changed,plastic saddle ring holder,darker wood for stock and forearm
Model 1938AB not a var,just a repair of the model 1938A safety,after repair,stenciled model B
Model 1938B Var 4 made from about 1980 till today,the same as the the 1938 A but stamped model 1938B
stevec


Posted By: oneandgone
Date Posted: October-12-2011 at 12:12pm

That's what I'm talkin bout Steve! Everything you just wrote seems correct to me except I do have one question...Weren't the 1938 A-B's (reworked Model 1838 A) stenciled Model 1938 A-B, not just Model B? I've never seen one so I have no clue, just going off what I've read...



Posted By: BB2U
Date Posted: October-12-2011 at 3:17pm
Man, some good stuff here.  Steve... I have a RR, maufacture date of July 1973 (per Daisy).  Everything is just as you said for that year, Logo on Left side, light color wood, etc...  However, mine has phillips screw heads in the receiver instead of slotted.  I did buy it used, but have no reason to believe that these were replacements for the slotted screws (which I also thought it should have).  So, sent off an e-mail to the museum.  Heard back from Mr. Ribar.  Briefly, if I interpreted his e-mail correctly, Daisy started transitioning to the phillips head screws as early as 1973/1974 when they started using powered screw drivers.  So, I suspect most guns were put together with slotted during that time and it was the default, but I think it is possible to have an original 1973/1974 guns with phillips screws. One more thing about my 1973 RR.  The cocking lever has more designs on it than other RR's.  However, I recently saw a vintage Daisy ad for this gun and it had that cocking lever. Unfortunately, photo was not sharp enough to make out the screw heads.   I'm just learing about Red Ryders.  If I'm wrong here, feel free to correct me.Smile 

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BB2U


Posted By: oneandgone
Date Posted: October-13-2011 at 3:24pm
Interesting. I put a lot of faith into what Orin has to say, he's been there over 50 years now and, as you mentioned, is the curator of the museum. In my opinion the man is a treasure, the info he provides is invaluable.
 
On a slightly related note... I was in the market for a Model 25 Centennial a little while back and had been keeping an eye out for the right one. What do you know but serial number 13 showed up for sale on an auction site. It was given to Orin by Daisy and came with paperwork related to him selling it. I figured if I was going to buy one that this was is the one to get, so I did. I've since spoken to Orin to confirm that it was in fact his. I was really excited, and still am to have the privelidge of owning it. I also bought a 100th Anniversary hinged wood bb box with bbs from the same seller. It may have belonged to Orin as well, but I forgot to ask the last time I spoke with him. Guess I'll find out another day.
 
I get to take a couple items off my original wish list today! Woot! I picked up a really nice cleaning kit that, a new in box and unopened Retro Red Ryder, and a new in box from 1936 bell target kit! 
 
The target is  by far my favorite of the 3 items seeing as how it's 75 years old and still new in the box, but at the same time I'm a little sad that it's brand new because I really wanna ring that bell! Guess I'll have to keep my eye out for a cheap used one to shoot at! When I was showing everything to my son, he's 8, his eyes lit up about that bell so I know he's dying to ring it too! 


Posted By: oneandgone
Date Posted: October-17-2011 at 3:04pm
So I have good news and bad news. First for the good...I got to take two more items off my list, I picked up both the 60th Anniversary Red Ryder and the Diamond Edition Red Ryder! Now for the bad...The bell target kit I bought is a repro that was advertised, perhaps unknowingly as nos. I'm trying to see if the seller will work something out, but haven't heard back yet. I'm pretty heartbroker about this one. Live and learn. I had no idea repro's were out there.
 
A note/query about the 1938 A-B.... There is a Model No 111 A-B on gbroker right now... It has the gold stenciling on the receiver like blue book describes to be on the 1938 A-B. Is this a totally different gun that you all are familiar with?


Posted By: shane
Date Posted: October-19-2011 at 9:31am
 well guys just like everyone who is a daisy fan there are a few tasty delicous smelling smoke daisy's that I would like to add to my stash too. But the one that I do not have as of yet that I want more than any of them is a good ole model 104 double  barrell. And of course the main reason I do not have it yet is because people want a arm and a leg for them. But one day YES one day.


Posted By: oneandgone
Date Posted: October-19-2011 at 2:18pm
I know a fellow not far from me who contacted me via my wanted ad on craigslist about a Model 104 that he has. I guess it was his Dad's and he has since inherited it. He was just too emotionally attached to actually sell it to me though, didn't matter what I offered. Maybe one day he'll call me back, I'd love to have it!
 
Got my 125th Anniversary Red Ryder taken off my wish list today! Guess I should update it with some other things I'd like to have...
 
Anyone have any thoughts on that Model 111 A-B I asked about in my prior post on here? It sold for $225 and was new in box.


Posted By: willielumplump
Date Posted: October-20-2011 at 3:22pm
i was tempted to join in the bidding for that 111 A-B but it would just sit in the box; I have way too many 'just sitting in the box' and really need to begin cleaning out the basement stash.  My wife has been more than patient, but as that nursing home draws near....Confused have to start being practical.

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Semper Fi


Posted By: stevec
Date Posted: October-21-2011 at 3:35am
bb2u-What I did is just a basic guid line.I have put the word out to find someone with an 1938 A-B to send me a picture but no luck so far.I think I saw one awhile back on the net and think it had model A-B stenciled on the side.Will keep looking.
oneandgone-Don't feel bad,awhile back me and a bunch of others brought the same target.Paid over 90.00 for it.Found out later it was a repro.Guy had a whole case of them and said they were NOS
Willi-Know what you mean plus the 111 just dosen't do anything for me,at least not at that price lol
Shane-Thats the way I feel,just ain't going to pay that kind of money
stevec


Posted By: oldwizzer
Date Posted: October-21-2011 at 6:16am
Daisy- It was not unusual for Daisy to switch to different parts especially screws during the later
manuf. run of a model and they sometimes also switched parts and screws etc. when something was sent back for repairs. This just makes collecting Daisy's a little more interesting but also causes some confusion and headaches, as we know so well! 
 
Ejwills. [Ed. ].


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Ejwills


Posted By: willielumplump
Date Posted: October-23-2011 at 11:04am
Stevec and Oneandgone, the Daisy Model 1938A, if it has been re worked by Daisy, is marked on the right side of the receiver, above the lever action, as 'Model 1938 A-B in gold lettering.  As of this moment I do not know if it is stamped or stenciled, but if and when I receive it I will photo-shoot it and  info you.
 
From what I understand, the Model 1938A was re called by Daisy because of some kind of defect, and they were re worked and re issued as the Model 1938A-B.  I did see a box marked as such, along with a Red Ryder but the seller only mentioned that it was a Model 1938B so I didn't bid on itConfused


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Semper Fi


Posted By: stevec
Date Posted: October-27-2011 at 9:31am
Hey Willie
Are you saying that you brought one.It is my understanding that it is stenciled onto the rifle
stevec


Posted By: willielumplump
Date Posted: October-27-2011 at 2:02pm
I am in secret negotiations to obtain a Daisy Model 1938A-BCool  and do not as yet want to reveal my sourceOuchbut if things go well I will know within a few days.Wink

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Semper Fi


Posted By: willielumplump
Date Posted: November-13-2011 at 8:54pm
Ididn't win the Daisy 1938A-B because I literally fell asleepAngry at the switch, however the information has been confirmed about the gold silk screen lettering on the right side of the receiver.  Stay tuned for another episode pertaining to the saga of Daisy's Model 1938A-B.

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Semper Fi


Posted By: willielumplump
Date Posted: November-17-2011 at 11:07pm
Today I received the Daisy Model 1938A-B,  NIB; it is as describe in that it is brand spanking new.
 
The barrel shroud on top of the receiver is stamped "Model 1938A;  on the right side of the receiver in gold silk screen lettering: MODEL 1938A-B.
 
The box is the standard Red Ryder Carbine box of 1978, however, there is a label that significes that its contents is a MODEL 1938A-B.
 
The Operation Manual that came with it lists the following:
 
Models 105A-B,  111A-B,   1938A-B,   95A-B,   &  99A-B
 
I heard about the Model 1938A being recalled from all vendors because of some kind of safety defect and subsequently it was released as the Model 1938A-B.  So, since the 105, 111, 95 and 99 are designated as    A-B also, does that mean thal ALL of these models were recalled for safety issues?
 
Does anyone have a handle on this?


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Semper Fi


Posted By: willielumplump
Date Posted: November-17-2011 at 11:15pm
I did a Google on the A-B designations under "Daisy BB Guns Recalled" and found the answer to my above post.  Check out the following link:
 
http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml79/79014.html" rel="nofollow - http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml79/79014.html


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Semper Fi


Posted By: oneandgone
Date Posted: November-17-2011 at 11:31pm
Interesting, good find Willie!


Posted By: shane
Date Posted: November-18-2011 at 2:30pm
AND THE RYDER KEEPS ON RIDEING' I CANT HELP WONDER WHATS NEXT IN THE SAGA OF THE RED RYDER. IM SURE DAISY WILL COME UP WITH SOMETHING TO KEEP IT INTERESTING' AS THEY HAVE DONE WITH THE MODEL 25'S. IT SEEMS THOSE TWO BB RIFLES HAVE BEEN RUNNING A RACE FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS NOW THEY BOTH ARE VERY POPULAR. I FIND IT INTERESTING THAT EVEN THOUGH THE MODEL 25 CAME OUT WAY BEFORE THE RED RYDER THAT BECAUSE IT WAS A TV AND COMIC BOOK SEREIS ITS WAY MORE POPULAR AND WIDELY KNOWN. I LOVE BOTH GUNS A LOT BUT I HAVE TO SAY THE MODEL 25 HOLDS A SPECIAL PLACE IN MY HEART. ALTHOUGH I AM GIONG THROUGH A 111-40 KICK RIGHT NOW I KNOW I WILL ALWAYS FALL BACK ON THE 25'S THERE IS HARDLY A DAY GOES BY THAT I DONT PULL ONE OUT AND SHOOT IT A FEW TIMES.

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CLOSET FULL OF DAISY'S and a few others


Posted By: stevec
Date Posted: November-20-2011 at 9:58am
Hey Wil
Does the 1938 ab you have got the thin metal rear sight elevator on it
Stevec


Posted By: willielumplump
Date Posted: November-20-2011 at 6:03pm
yes, it has the thin notched metal  elevator blade

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Semper Fi


Posted By: oneandgone
Date Posted: November-27-2011 at 11:55pm
Updated original post with wanted items.


Posted By: judyallison
Date Posted: November-29-2011 at 9:28am
Hey, I have Daisy Model 104 Double Barrel BB Gun, it is in good shape, I have had for many yrs, I have been trying find someone who know about this gun, If you are interested please let me know.
Thanks Judy


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Posted By: willielumplump
Date Posted: November-30-2011 at 7:12pm
I have a brand new in the box, a stamped   Daisy  MODEL 1938A, and stenciled on the right side of the receiver in gold silk screen is MODEL 1938A-B.  It has the loading door on the forward part on the left side of the barrel.

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Semper Fi


Posted By: oneandgone
Date Posted: November-30-2011 at 7:34pm
I know, and I know where you got it too! That guy had 4 guns I wanted and before I could raise the funds they all sold!



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