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Posted By: baja
Subject: BB PISTOL
Date Posted: February-15-2005 at 6:12am

I have two airgun pistols:

A) 118 Target Special manufactured in the Plymouth, Mich. plant.  It shoots a #118 bb has fixed sights and is pump activated.  I purchased this gun new in 1938 via Sears and Roebuck catalog ( AKA "Sears")

B) 177 Target Special manufactured in Rogers Ark.  It shoots a 177 bb, has adjustable sights, contoured plastic grip and is also pump activated. It is simular in configuration to A #118 but exhibits improvements and a generational step.

The question(s) are;

A) what is the approximate value of the individual guns?

B) Are they considered collectables?

C) Should I hang them on the wall of my den to be handed down to my grand children after my DOC (date of croaking)

 D) or try to sell them and/or donated them to the Daisy museum for a certain amount of tax relief?

I will value your learned responses,




Posted By: dennis@daisykin
Date Posted: February-17-2005 at 7:25am

Value of the .118 is 50.00 to 150.00 depending on condition.

Value of the .177 is 25.00 to 75.00 depending on condition.

They are both collectable.

I don't think the Museum needs them.  I would leave them to your Grandchildren if you don't need the money.  They will appreciate having a toy gun that was Grandpa's.

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