WTS WA Daisy model 94

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    These are really cool! I’ve got one new in box, I’m not sure how old it is. I bought mine to let the kids beat up but decided against it and got them 22’s, lol
     
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    As a little kid in mid 70’s we engaged in BB gun fights with these things. Luckily no eyes or worse were lost. These things can really sting, especially in the legs.
     
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    My first BB gun was a Red Ryder, it lasted about 2 months till my little brother shot our paperboy with it and my dad broke it over his knee. I replaced it with s nylon 66 and still have it. My brother never touched that one.
     
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    task, great story. You made me laugh.
     
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    I think I must have put a million rounds through mine. Nothing was safe. Model airplanes, green army men, coke cans, sparrows and robins.
     
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    Brings back memories! That was the first air gun I bought myself with my money. Parents had a hard time getting my to come in the house to eat for a long time. Damn did it ever sharpen my shooting skills too being outside with it from sun up to sun down :)
     
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