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Wanted Vintage Daisy #100 M-38 BB gun

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Topic: Wanted Vintage Daisy #100 M-38 BB gun
Posted By: coyotejoe
Subject: Wanted Vintage Daisy #100 M-38 BB gun
Date Posted: March-09-2020 at 4:32pm
I'm looking for one of these old single shot break barrel muzzleloading BB guns like I remember my first BB gun. If you can part wiht one in decent condition I'd be glad to make you an offer.

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Posted By: BSAGuy
Date Posted: March-09-2020 at 7:39pm
Hello and welcome here, Joe.  Great to have you on board.  Good luck in your quest.

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Posted By: Dannop2
Date Posted: March-09-2020 at 7:57pm
Welcome Joe , bunch of nice folks here , I would think someone would have a nice one for sale .

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Posted By: bangpla
Date Posted: March-09-2020 at 9:42pm



I have a very nice one in my collection, and it is for sale, contact me for pictures.

Louie LeMaster
tatankatoo@aol.com



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LOUIE LeMASTER U S ARMY VIETNAM VETERAN 66-68
DAISY MUSEUM LIFETIME MEMBER # 40
tatankatoo@aol.com
text or call 702-250-1937


Posted By: bangpla
Date Posted: March-10-2020 at 10:33am

coyotejoe

I have a Daisy 100  Model 38 and it is for sale now. 

The gun is in excellent condition and is shooting hard.

$150.00 plus $25.00 shipping

Louie LeMaster
tatankatoo@aol.com

or text me at 702-250-1937


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LOUIE LeMASTER U S ARMY VIETNAM VETERAN 66-68
DAISY MUSEUM LIFETIME MEMBER # 40
tatankatoo@aol.com
text or call 702-250-1937


Posted By: coyotejoe
Date Posted: March-10-2020 at 1:03pm
Wish I could but that is out of my price range, my budget tops out at $100. Of course I don't expect new condition, heck, my original Daisy wasn't new 75 years ago. Most of those I've seen in photos have a cracked stock, it appears to have been a design flaw so I have no problem with that, I have glue.



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Posted By: Dannop2
Date Posted: March-10-2020 at 4:52pm
ChairGlue is a good one to use Joe .

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Posted By: coyotejoe
Date Posted: March-11-2020 at 8:00am
I don't know how to close this ad but I have found one elsewhere and am no longer in need of one. Thanks to all who have responded here, I think I'll be checking in from time to time.

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Life is too short for delayed gratification.


Posted By: Dannop2
Date Posted: March-11-2020 at 9:55am
Just letting us know is usually good enough , hope you have fun with the new gun .

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Posted By: coyotejoe
Date Posted: March-15-2020 at 12:04pm
Well it looks like I got ripped off on the Daisy M-38, after I PayPaled the money I never heard back from the seller. In hind sight I should have known he was dishonest. He said his PayPal account was having "issues" and he'd like me to send to his brother's PayPal. That involved converting dollars to Euros, Big red flag there! Since then I have found the photo he sent was copied from this Pyramid Air blog, same beigh carpet same scuffing on the stock he just laid a scrap of paper saying "Evan Josh 01/03/2020"
https://www.pyramydair.com/blog/2007/04/daisy-no-100-model-38/" rel="nofollow - https://www.pyramydair.com/blog/2007/04/daisy-no-100-model-38/   I've just always been inclined to trust people and I really don't want to stop now, not going to let one bad apple sour me on the human race.


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Posted By: Dannop2
Date Posted: March-15-2020 at 12:11pm
Hi Joe , you will still be able to get your money back , you did it as a paying  for services or a item purchase didn't you ? , I have done many PayPal transactions and as  far as a buyer never been ripped off , as a seller ..yes a few times but not bad , just crooks who try to make claim and try and keep the guns , both only when I sld through eBay and both times I either got my guns back and ate some shipping and had to repair he guns that were abused and the other I got my money but the crook got his too - PayPal ate that charge .

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Posted By: coyotejoe
Date Posted: March-15-2020 at 3:32pm
I think I'd be in better shape if it had been an ebay sale but it was in response to my wanted ad on American Airgunner. I'm looking into seeing what I can do wiht PayPal.

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Life is too short for delayed gratification.


Posted By: stevec
Date Posted: March-15-2020 at 4:41pm
Wish you luck Joe. I am like you and have always trusted people but have been ripped off a couple of times. Makes me wonder why people do it when there is not a lot of money involved but then again things like maybe a 100 dollars is a lot to an average person. Deep down it is that trust you put in them and our hobby and it lets you down. So sad, but there a tons of other people out there that make up for it in some way.
Stevec


Posted By: Dannop2
Date Posted: March-15-2020 at 8:22pm
Hey Joe , please let us know who he or she is so we can be aware and send in a fraud deal on AAC .

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Posted By: BSAGuy
Date Posted: March-15-2020 at 8:34pm
So sorry to hear this, Joe.  I also trust people and it has panned out for me 99+% of the time.  I hope that PayPal can help you out.  Even if it wasn't an eBay auction, if you paid for goods or services, I believe they will help you.  I do know that if you send the $$ via their Friends and Family option, there is no recourse.

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Posted By: bangpla
Date Posted: March-15-2020 at 9:37pm
I have some guns to sell, and I won't rip you off, references provided if you like.

I have the Daisy 100 Model 38 excellent condition
$150.00 plus shipping


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LOUIE LeMASTER U S ARMY VIETNAM VETERAN 66-68
DAISY MUSEUM LIFETIME MEMBER # 40
tatankatoo@aol.com
text or call 702-250-1937


Posted By: coyotejoe
Date Posted: March-16-2020 at 7:16am
Originally posted by BSAGuy BSAGuy wrote:

So sorry to hear this, Joe.  I also trust people and it has panned out for me 99+% of the time.  I hope that PayPal can help you out.  Even if it wasn't an eBay auction, if you paid for goods or services, I believe they will help you.  I do know that if you send the $$ via their Friends and Family option, there is no recourse.

Unfortunately I did get conned into using the "friends & Family" mode, PayPal has already informed me there is no recourse there. I checked with Discover card and they did hold out some hope but that is a work in progress at this time. 129 bucks is not going to destroy me and I'm not even angry, mostly just disappointed in myself that I overlooked so many obvious warning signs.Ouch



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Life is too short for delayed gratification.


Posted By: coyotejoe
Date Posted: March-16-2020 at 7:22am
 The person who contacted me offering the gun is "Evan Joshua", email 

evanjosh005@gmail.com>

 and I was instructed to send funds to "Victor Filotti, email
 victorfilup@gmail.com



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Life is too short for delayed gratification.


Posted By: BSAGuy
Date Posted: March-16-2020 at 1:02pm
Dang.  So sorry, Joe.  Makes me want to strangle those rats.

If you have any $$ left from your budget, you can feel confident dealing with Louie.  He is a good guy and a super-knowledgeable collector  who has been on this forum for a long time (only 15+ years!).


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Posted By: coyotejoe
Date Posted: March-16-2020 at 1:47pm
Yes, I have no doubt Louie is the real deal and the gun he pictured is very nice, really pretty wood. But as I told Louie, $175 seems a lot to spend on a novelty just to say I have one. The quest to find one is the interesting part, once I have it in hand I'll probably shoot it 25 times then set it in a corner somewhere and forget it, just one more thing for the wife to dispose of after my passing. LOL 

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Life is too short for delayed gratification.


Posted By: cobalt327
Date Posted: March-17-2020 at 1:13pm
I think there are a few who can relate- I'm one of them, for that matter!  I have to watch carefully the guns I allow to come home with me because if I didn't, I'd soon be overrun and then it would fall to others to dispose of them when I'm dead. That's not something I want to put anyone through. That said, why on earth do I sit here with 5 Daisy CO2 200s?Wacko  I guess after learning how to resurrect them, I got a bit carried away. Sure, they're fun to shoot- but I don't need 5 of them! smh


Posted By: stevec
Date Posted: March-17-2020 at 4:29pm
That's what a lot of us older collectors are facing now. Had about 100 Daisy guns to get rid of and still working on doing it. That doesn't count the other toy guns and stuff. Seems it is taking as long to get rid of as it did to collect LOL
Stevec


Posted By: bangpla
Date Posted: March-17-2020 at 8:15pm
 I hear what you are saying, and as a collector for almost 50 years, I made a decision with a tear in my eye to start selling some of my 150 Daisy guns about a year ago, not including a collection of western cap guns and holster sets, and a few other toy guns.

I realize that this hobby attracts mostly us older characters, we grew up with watching western movies, playing with bb guns, cap guns, and we looked at the cowboy as a hero in our youth. It has been a great ride for me, much fun, but coming to an end. I have about 50 guns left plus several cap gun and holsters and a few other toy guns. Sad to watch them go, but it is what it is.


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LOUIE LeMASTER U S ARMY VIETNAM VETERAN 66-68
DAISY MUSEUM LIFETIME MEMBER # 40
tatankatoo@aol.com
text or call 702-250-1937


Posted By: Poacher53
Date Posted: March-18-2020 at 3:07pm
Thanks Louie for your heart felt message!


Posted By: stevec
Date Posted: March-18-2020 at 4:31pm
Same thing here Louie. I have cap guns and cap rifles from the old tv shows. Hard to part with but it is time now
Stevec


Posted By: coyotejoe
Date Posted: March-18-2020 at 5:06pm
Yes, I know. Funny thing though, my mom saved my old cap guns for me but the BB guns got handed down to the nieces and nephews, one of whoom still has my old plastic stocked Red Ryder but the M-38 is lost to history.

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Life is too short for delayed gratification.



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