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    Posted: July-03-2018 at 9:23pm
Just saw a wide frame pop gun. It had a beautiful front and rear stock which were a great imitation of wood but made of plastic. It had gold metal and no engraving on the barrel. When I first picked it up I thought it might be a 95 or 96, that's how good it looked.

Has anyone ever seen one of these, and what is it called? I almost considered investing in it.
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New one on me, did you catch the Model no.?
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Never seen a wide frame toy gun either.
Hope someone can find some pictures.
From the description of the stock I am guessing the mid 60's or later?
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I am looking for a Daisy 760 PoP Gun Stock??
Okay, Black Bart, now you get yours!!!
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Did it look like the gun below? It's a pellet gun but has quite a *POP* when dry fired...
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Originally posted by rexron911 rexron911 wrote:

I am looking for a Daisy 760 PoP Gun Stock??
It uses the same stock as other similar era Daisys. I say "it uses", maybe I should say other stocks will fit. I'm not sure if there's a difference in length between it and another gun made during the same time frame, but I doubt there is. If it was me, I'd measure the length of the stock from the horizontal through-screw to the middle of the butt and use that as a way to match up a stock from another gun- finding a stock from a 760 will not be easy.
BTW, your 760 is based on the model 107 "trombone" action.
 
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Yes Cobalt. It looked very much like this but no rear sight (or maybe it broke off) and I did not see any barrel markings. How is it loaded? The shot tube screws out but is only a small thread on the bottom.
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The lever action Daisy pellet guns used a plastic clip that slides into a recess about where the abutment of a BB gun would be. You can see the cutout on the forearm to make clearance for the clip.
 
 
The only one of these pellet guns I've seen disassembled was a model 450. It used a brass shot tube that wasn't threaded, instead it was held in place by a C-clip so it couldn't be easily removed like you're describing. This gun can be seen here- https://www.gatewaytoairguns.org/GTA/index.php?topic=136848.0.
 
Your gun seems to be a mystery- I'm at a loss!!
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Could it be a Quick Skill with no shot tube
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Originally posted by Airitis Airitis wrote:

Yes Cobalt. It looked very much like this but no rear sight (or maybe it broke off) and I did not see any barrel markings. How is it loaded? The shot tube screws out but is only a small thread on the bottom.
Maybe a 499? The 499 shot tube is below. The 499 is a single shot muzzle loader. The black composite 'funnel' on the muzzle end of the shot tube is there to help make dropping a BB down the tube easier but it may make the gun look like something other than a BB gun if you're not used to it.
 

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