This is a 4 page booklet that Daisy had printed and it appeared in the Sept. 1967 edition of the Army digest. It takes you thru the steps the the Army just to teach solders "Quick Kill" shooting using Daisy bb guns. Daisy Heddon is on the back cover. This is original not a copy
When appraising bb guns, keep in mind that their condition is usually the result of years of play by children outdoors in the elements. Also, most vintage / antique bb guns (Daisy bb guns, Markham bb guns, etc.) are made of steel and are therefore susceptible to rust, dents, scratches, etc. A bb gun in excellent to mint condition is very rare and may be worth three to four times as much as an average bb gun. Although thousands of each model were manufactured, few have survived.
Another very old but still great design, the .177 caliber Daisy Model 25 pump BB rifle is consistently among the most-loved Daisy BB guns. In fact, this is the re-make of the original Model 25 that was created roughly 100 years ago!
Of all of the old Daisy BB guns the company has had requests to bring back, the Model 25 would have to be at the top of that list. The Model 25 Pump Gun, is a pump action spring air 50-shot capacity airgun that shoots BBs with a maximum velocity of 350 feet per second. Featuring a stained solid wood pistol grip stock and forearm grip, steel construction, and a removable screw-in shot tube. The rear sight is adjustable for windage and elevation. The rear sight can be flipped from open/iron sights to peep sights. Top it all off with decorative engraving on the receiver.
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