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Where Can I Get Original Daisy Bolts & Nuts

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Topic: Where Can I Get Original Daisy Bolts & Nuts
Posted By: Rick Cates
Subject: Where Can I Get Original Daisy Bolts & Nuts
Date Posted: October-10-2018 at 8:22pm
I bought a new in the box Daisy Model 111 from the 60's or 70's that has had the cross bolt on the rear stock robbed from it.
Bought it cheap and thought I had one at home however, when I went through the box I keep the extras in I only have an old slightly rusty one which will not look like it belongs on the really nice like new Daisy.
Anyone know a good source for a new cross bolt?
I looked on ebay today and no luck there right now.
I hate to spend a arm and leg just for a bolt.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Thanks
Rick Cates
Canyon, TX


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Rick - Lifetime Museum Member



Replies:
Posted By: oneandgone
Date Posted: October-10-2018 at 8:28pm
Daisy has hardware available that fits the newer guns, chances are it's pretty similar if not the same as what you're looking for.


Posted By: Rick Cates
Date Posted: October-10-2018 at 9:44pm
Where do I find the website or how do I contact daisy to see about availability?
Thanks
Rick


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Rick - Lifetime Museum Member


Posted By: cobalt327
Date Posted: October-10-2018 at 10:05pm
The screw assortments from Daisy are all phillips head, you have slotted if the gun is older than mid '70s. But if that doesn't matter to you or if you already have phillips screws, the part number for current production Red Ryder screws is 169382-K00, $1.00 each.
Daisy contact:

Daisy Customer Service/Parts Ordering email address: info@daisy.com
Daisy Customer Service phone: 800-713-2479

 

You could buff the rust off the old screw you have then cold blue it. Rub it out w/gun oil and it'll be a decent match as long as the slot isn't wallowed out too bad to be dressed.



Posted By: Rick Cates
Date Posted: October-11-2018 at 1:03pm
What I am looking for is the slotted bolt.
I may try the wire wheel on the rusty bolt and then cold blue it.
I tried that in the past and it always looked dull after a period of time but that is better than no bolt at all.
Thanks for the replies and I will also keep looking on ebay to find an old one in primo shape.
Rick in TX


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Rick - Lifetime Museum Member


Posted By: cobalt327
Date Posted: October-11-2018 at 1:58pm
You sound like you know what's up but for a future searcher, if you have a dremel with a firm felt buff, and use polishing compound intended for polishing metal, you can get a mirror finish on the steel screw. Cold bluing over that will give a shiner result than cold bluing over a wire wheel finish but cold blue being what it is (an acid) it will tend to dull most any finish it's applied to. That's where carding and an oil buff can help.
 
JG Airguns has Daisy lever screws and blued nuts, but they don't carry the longer trigger or stock screws. There are other small vendors that may be able to help, if you want some names to try let me know.
 
All the slotted hardware I have is either on guns already or too hammered to be used. But I'll keep my eyes open and if I run across anything I'll give you a shout.


Posted By: Rick Cates
Date Posted: October-11-2018 at 3:59pm
Thanks again for the note and I would be interested in names and sources for anything Daisy.
I like to buy the lost cases of the older daisy's and work on repairing them.
I am not a TV watcher so I fill my time with projects when we are home.
Today it is a antique childs rocking chair we found broken up at the flea market and the wife thinks I can repair it.  I have it all back together with repaired spindles.  Tomorrow is stripping day for the 50 plus year old varnish which is black and all bubbled up now.
Thanks again and any info would be appreciated.
Rick in TX


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Rick - Lifetime Museum Member


Posted By: the fuse
Date Posted: October-11-2018 at 5:27pm
Hi Rick,
I believe I have what you are looking for. I have two, as a matter of fact. I also have several older "lost cases" as you put it. Trying to offload the most of what I have. I can send you pics to your email address of the bolts and some of the old guns I have that need help. I also so have a bunch of old and not so old Daisy parts and parts guns. 


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All I'm for is the liberty of the individual.


Posted By: cobalt327
Date Posted: October-11-2018 at 6:30pm

DAISY 1894

twocompassheads @ DT

den4570@yahoo.com

Dennis, knows 1894 repair/dis- and reassemble

 

OLD DAISY PUMPER PARTS

Precision Pellet Rick

We will be happy to take your order by mail, fax, e-mail or phone call.

All purchases are cash, money order, personal check or one of the above credit cards.

We also accept Master Card, Visa and American Express.

Precision Pellet

37 Stoney Lane

New Park, PA 17352

Phone: (717) 382-1481 | Fax: (717) 382-4065

Email: airgunshop@aol.com

 

DAISY IN GENERAL

John Groenewold

JG Airguns, LLC
PO Box 830

Mundelein, IL 60060-0830

(847) 566-2365
fax 847.566.4065

Website - http://www.jgairguns.biz/" rel="nofollow -

 

Daisy Gun Works

632 N Avenida Tortuga
Green Valley, AZ 85614-3459

Ken @ Daisy Gun Works

Email: mailto:%20daisy@integritygunsmithing.com" rel="nofollow - - Daisy@IntegrityGunsmithing.com

Phone: (520) 305-3114

 

Daisy Doctor (no CO2)

Daisy parts on eBay = email: daisydoctor2@aol.com

Jim Dry

12322 E. Oak Drive

Claremore, OK 74019-5685

Telephone: 918-341-9104

 

Airgun Repair
Owned by Dennis Baker  
19711 County Rd. 230
Mt. Victory, Ohio 43340
Telephone:  937-660-9152
Email:  mailto:Baker19711@yahoo.com" rel="nofollow -

https://www.bakerairguns.com/shop/parts/" rel="nofollow -

 

Possible Daisy Parts

dennis- bbgunking1@yahoo.com

 

BB Gun Bob

reschlund@wowway.com or reschlund@yahoo.com

 

Jim Dry in Claremore, OK

Phone 918-341-9104

 

 

THE FOLLOWING IS WHO DAISY RECOMMENDS. You get this list if you ask them for parts they no longer carry:

 
For parts or repairs on the older model guns, you will need to contact one of the gunsmiths listed below.  We no longer have parts or do repairs on discontinued models.  We suggest that you contact them prior to shipping your gun for repair charges with shipping and handling.
Old Daisy Parts:
John Groenewold    847-566-2365
JG Air Guns, LLC     http://www.jgairguns.biz" rel="nofollow - www.jgairguns.biz
P.O. Box 830
Mundelein, IL 60060-0830

Qualified Gunsmiths:
Dave Harmsworth    407-816-8863
6521 Matchett Road    mailto:wdaveh@yahoo.com" rel="nofollow - wdaveh@yahoo.com
Orlando, FL 32809
 
Douglas Vorenkamp    360-656-5123
Accurate Air Guns     mailto:airguns@comcast.net" rel="nofollow - airguns@comcast.net
Washington State     http://www.accurateairguns.com" rel="nofollow - www.accurateairguns.com
 
Dennis Baker     937-660-9152
19711 County Road 230    mailto:baker19711@yahoo.com" rel="nofollow - baker19711@yahoo.com
Mt. Victory, OH 43340    http://www.airgun-repair.com" rel="nofollow - www.airgun-repair.com
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Call for Parts and Repair:
Tony McDaniel    704-325-3931
T Macs      mailto:tmacs@charter.net" rel="nofollow - tmacs@charter.net
967 US 70 Highway
Newton, NC 28658
 
Brian Zorc     224-603-2005
1862 E. Belvedere Road     http://www.fixmyairgun.com" rel="nofollow - www.fixmyairgun.com
Suite 196      mailto:brianzorc@gmail.com" rel="nofollow - brianzorc@gmail.com
Grayslake, IL 60030     http://www.repairs@fixmyairgun.com" rel="nofollow - www.repairs@fixmyairgun.com
 
 


Posted By: Rick Cates
Date Posted: October-12-2018 at 4:20pm
Thanks for the info.
I can always use contacts for parts.
I am going to try the polish of the bolt then cold blue it and polish it again.
If I find one later it can go into the parts box.
Thanks again,
Rick in TX


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Rick - Lifetime Museum Member


Posted By: willielumplump
Date Posted: October-12-2018 at 5:32pm
Cobalt, you are AMAZING!!!  Great work!!



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semper fi


Posted By: cobalt327
Date Posted: October-12-2018 at 7:58pm
I appreciate the kind words.


Posted By: Rick Cates
Date Posted: October-12-2018 at 9:38pm
Originally posted by the fuse the fuse wrote:

Hi Rick,
I believe I have what you are looking for. I have two, as a matter of fact. I also have several older "lost cases" as you put it. Trying to offload the most of what I have. I can send you pics to your email address of the bolts and some of the old guns I have that need help. I also so have a bunch of old and not so old Daisy parts and parts guns. 

I missed your reply by only looking at the last post until I reread the entire thread tonight.
I am interested in some of the lost cases as long as they are the old Plymouth lever daisy's or Markham or Kings.  As long as they are not really rusty I am interested.
If you have a really nice spare stock slotted cross bolt for the model 111 I am interested it that also.
Do you need my email address or can you pull it from my profile?
Quote some prices and some of the photo's of the daisy's you want to get rid of.
Thanks
Rick in TX


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Rick - Lifetime Museum Member



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