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Daisy model 104, model 21 model 40 w/bayonet

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Topic: Daisy model 104, model 21 model 40 w/bayonet
Posted By: willdbill
Subject: Daisy model 104, model 21 model 40 w/bayonet
Date Posted: January-18-2018 at 6:51am
Ebay took down my Daisy model 104 and the model 21 and the daisy model 40 with bayonet, i dont get it, but thats okay i have listed it at gunbroker.com, if anyone would like to look at them

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Billy B. Popejoy



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Posted By: willdbill
Date Posted: January-28-2018 at 9:46am
Sold

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Billy B. Popejoy


Posted By: RedRam
Date Posted: February-11-2018 at 5:16pm
I am looking into buying a Daisy model 21 double barrel.  I have read that some were sold by Sears.  How can I tell a Sears model 21 from a regular one.  Is one more valuable than the other?


Posted By: 39hunter
Date Posted: February-11-2018 at 6:58pm
The Sears model 21 has a wood stock.  Fewer were produced and the Blue Book of Airguns list it at a higher price.

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Pat


Posted By: RedRam
Date Posted: February-11-2018 at 7:07pm
I also saw that in the 90s repo wooden stocks were made for the model 21. That leads me to wonder if I buy one with a wooden  stock is it Sears or the 90s reproduction. Would it have the word Sears somewhere on the gun?


Posted By: oneandgone
Date Posted: February-11-2018 at 7:50pm
The Sears model should have checkering on the stocks just like the plastic stock guns have.


Posted By: RedRam
Date Posted: February-11-2018 at 7:56pm
ok, that helps.  I'm looking at one with wood stocks but they are smooth.  They look great but I'm afraid that if they are  repops that it would hurt the value of the gun.  I do like the look of it better but I also dont want to pay top dollar if its not worth it. 


Posted By: RedRam
Date Posted: February-11-2018 at 7:56pm
they are contoured like the plastic ones but no checkering.



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