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    Posted: February-05-2022 at 4:58pm
When you do, I was wondering what the length of the plunger is, the length of the spring and the inside diameter of the spring.    
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote jackdog Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: February-04-2022 at 11:03pm
russ thanks for checking.. no only at 30 percent of hand usage.  will be months before i can think of tackling it i am afraid.  Disapprove
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Airitis Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: February-04-2022 at 6:34pm
Rick, were you able to make a good repair on the plunger?
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Rick, very interesting project, there's a number of members on this forum who are very knowledgeable and good at solving problems. Good luck with your surgery .

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Ditto Mark on all points.  Thankyou all for your inputs, information, and suggestions. Do not know of anywhere better one could go to get help on a 100+ year old Daisy gun.   !!!
Replacing the spring should be pretty easy, but figuring out repair on plunger bar seems tuff.  
Can't do anything at the moment physically but will tackle this at a later date.  lSurgery on 25th/
Regards// Rick

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Heck of a good job sorting this one out, guys- this is a great forum!
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Rick, your spring position is correct. Yes..the L on the plunger should be pointing down. The hook on the end of the lever hooks behind it to cock the gun.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote jackdog Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: January-15-2022 at 1:15pm
Thanks rick.  I positioned the stock and trigger on top of receiver , aligned with the rivet holes..
so this is somewhat how the parts line up.






I think this is the placement of the trigger spring you refer to.  Is this correct?

Also..  is the plunger installed (with the part I show broken) pointing down from the top of receiver??
thanks again ,
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I think the only missing thing is the little coil spring.
The missing spring is about the size of a ball point pen spring only shorter and bigger coils to make it stronger.
You should be able to get something to get it back working.
You should be able to weld the little piece back.
I would suggest TIG welding it as that will put less heat into the metal around the weld weakening the metal around the weld.
A second suggestion would be to fab a new plunger bar.
Good Luck and have fun with it.
That is what the Daisy's are all about, FUN
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From the photos I think you have all the parts.
The little spring between the trigger and the little flat plate also works the latch to hold the plunger when it is fully cocked. The latching mechanism pivots to the broken piece you show in the photos. It holds it until the trigger is pulled.
If I can help further just let me know.
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