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    Posted: October-19-2018 at 8:14pm
Hi Rick,
Your email is not on your profile. Mine is airgunnery@gmail.com
All I'm for is the liberty of the individual.
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BTW, I added more contacts to my earlier post. Not all are Daisy specific. The fellow who works on Daisy Model 25s  did a couple guns for Tom Gaylord.
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That is very interesting that Jim Dry is able to tell the date from the Reg. No.
 
If you speak with him again, if you would please ask him how he dates them? I'm not wanting his secrets so if it's not something that is openly available I totally get it if he'd rather not say. And if you'd rather not ask, I totally understand that, too, and no hard feelings! It would just be great if there was a way for anyone outside the museum to date Daisys older than about '72 (when Daisy started making the dates readable to anyone who knew the Reg./Lot number "code"). I'm guessing he's not just contacting Daisy through the museum for you, and that he's somehow able to do it himself, independently. But either way, that's cool that he's doing it.
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Just wanted to post a thanks to all that helped with my search.
I did call Jim Dry in Oklahoma since he was closest to my location.
Jim is a really nice guy and very helpful.
He even took the register number of my 111 and said he would research and tell me the day time and year it was made.
If you need parts or info on any of the older Daisy's Jim is the guy to talk to.
I really enjoyed our conversation and hope to just talk to him about Daisy's in the future as his travels take him close to where I live.
Thanks again to all.
Rick in TX
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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
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I appreciate the kind words.
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Cobalt, you are AMAZING!!!  Great work!!

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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,
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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

 

Daisy Gun Works

632 N Avenida Tortuga
Green Valley, AZ 85614-3459

Ken @ Daisy Gun Works

Email: 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:  Baker19711@yahoo.com

https://www.bakerairguns.com/shop/parts/

 

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    www.jgairguns.biz
P.O. Box 830
Mundelein, IL 60060-0830

Qualified Gunsmiths:
Dave Harmsworth    407-816-8863
6521 Matchett Road   wdaveh@yahoo.com
Orlando, FL 32809
 
Douglas Vorenkamp    360-656-5123
Accurate Air Guns    airguns@comcast.net
Washington State    www.accurateairguns.com
 
Dennis Baker     937-660-9152
19711 County Road 230   baker19711@yahoo.com
Mt. Victory, OH 43340   www.airgun-repair.com
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Call for Parts and Repair:
Tony McDaniel    704-325-3931
T Macs     tmacs@charter.net
967 US 70 Highway
Newton, NC 28658
 
Brian Zorc     224-603-2005
1862 E. Belvedere Road    www.fixmyairgun.com
Suite 196     brianzorc@gmail.com
Grayslake, IL 60030    www.repairs@fixmyairgun.com
 END OF  DAISY RECOMMENDED
 
DAISY MODEL 25, POSSIBLY OTHERS

Larry Behling 315-695-7133 or  co2bbjlts@juno.com

 

OTHERS

www.abairgun.com
www.bryanandac.com
www.woodsandwateroutdoors.com
www.airgunsmith.com
www.cothranmachine.com
www.rbgrips.net grips
www.raneair.webs.com (slow loading)
www.mac1airgun.com
www.mountainaircustomairguns.com
www.charliedatuna.com
mellonair.myfreesites.net
www.tko22.com  contact Mike at  402-889-9222
www.experthpa.com
www.bnmcustom.com (BNM custom airguns)

www.jgairguns.biz Groenewold
ye ole air gun shop  (Arkmaker's webshop)

 

 

 

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