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    Some of my old air guns

    Thought I would ask if anyone recognizes this old pistol I had forever?daisy.jpg. Its a daisy Co2 bb pistol
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    And here is the first airgun i owned...proud as can be when I was 7 and its well over 30yrs old now. It is a daisy that is stamped: Model #102 Daisy MFG. CO. Preston Ontario, CanadadaisyBB.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by remtom1200 View Post
    And here is the first airgun i owned...proud as can be when I was 7 and its well over 30yrs old now. It is a daisy that is stamped: Model #102 Daisy MFG. CO. Preston Ontario, CanadaAttachment 296
    had the exact same gun when young made in canada !!! mine is dead

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    I have a Daisy that looks alot like the #102 ...not sure that it is or not but its more like 50 years old or more.....I will have to stop by moms house and see if it's still there ...

    I used to scare the rolly polly bugs and drop them down the barrel and blast them against grandmas garage
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    Quote Originally Posted by remtom1200 View Post
    Thought I would ask if anyone recognizes this old pistol I had forever?Attachment 295. Its a daisy Co2 bb pistol
    Looks like a Daisy 200


    http://www.co2airguns.net/collection...0200/index.htm

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    Daisy had so many underlevers they all star to look a bit alike after awhile- the "1894" and such. Oddly, most don't seem to share alot of parts.
    I'd say I care- but I'd probably be lying...


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    That 102 i used to look at way up in the rafters in my fathers garage before it was given to me so it could be that old. It wasnt new when it was handed to me. That thing has a hair trigger even the most experienced sniper wouldnt like it...lol. The pistol looks like it might have a couple of zeros on the side of it. It doesnt work not sure if it ever did, i was too into my next antique rifle i will take a picture of I got for xmas when I was 8..lol. I would sell that old pistol
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    Quote Originally Posted by remtom1200 View Post
    I would sell that old pistol
    A non-working Daisy 200, in the condition that your picture shows, may be worth in the neighbourhood of $10 bucks. Likely be worth more to you in sentimental value, possibly.

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