Dating daisy bb pistols

08 Feb

So, the straight grip versus pistol grip is more telling than the type of wood a stock is made of.

Don’t forget that stocks are easy to replicate at home, so what’s on a gun is not very telling.

In fact, if you look at the triggers in the two photos above, you’ll see that they’re different.

I could also talk about rear sights, because they went through several transformations, as well.

And when it comes to things that can be taken off the gun, like stocks and shot tubes especially, it’s all up for grabs. These are both the short- and long-throw levers, as well as the guns with the pump lever rod welded to the barrel.

There were many years of overlap on these screws between 19. But there was also a period when they used oak, which is very striking looking. Wood is ordered and shipped and they would use whatever they had on hand, as long as it fits.

25 pump guns was an eye-opener for me, as I’m sure it was for a lot of readers.

Just a reminder that Daisy never threw away anything, so it’s entirely possible to encounter a gun with what are certainly 1920s features, yet it also contains a 1915 item as well. Today, we’ll jump forward and look at the guns made from 1916 to 1930.

They want to know which version of the gun they have.

Pelletier Most of you don’t know this, but I receive many questions and comments on the older blogs. 25 pump-action BB gun, is particularly active, and the questions are almost always the same.