Daisy Outdoor Products known primarily as Daisy is an American airgun manufacturer known particularly for their lines of BB guns. It was formed in initially as the Plymouth Iron Windmill Company to manufacture steel windmillsand from started bundling BB-caliber air guns with each windmill purchase as a sales promotion. With the unrivalled popularity of their model Daisy BB Guns, the company changed the name to Daisy Manufacturing Company in and switched their business to solely producing air guns for sale.
The Daisy air gun was first invented by a windmill company as a promotional incentive in The style has evolved over the years, and there are some markings on your gun that will help determine its age. In addition, the Daisy Company can help you determine the age of your air gun.
The Daisy Manufacturing Co. In they moved to Rogers Ark. The Crosman Brothers Co.
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The No. Daisy produced this gun in both Plymouth, Michigan and Rogers, Arkansas. Except for the World War II years, production ran continuously from until
Despite his being showered with a variety of unique gifts, it was this little lever gun that generated the most conversation. Virtually everyone was fascinated by the airgun, and it seemed as though nearly everyone from this group of middle-aged men and women remembered owning one during their youth. It was then that I realized that, although often overlooked by most of us, the Red Ryder BB gun could be considered a classic Western gun.
Daisy had reacted to an aggressive unionizing campaign by closing shop and moving from Plymouth, Michigan- not that far from where I grew up- to Rogers, Arkansas, in Daisy was actually a very progressive employer- they paid to move families to Rogers- but to my father, it was still inexcusable. One led to another, and eventually I had four Model 25s, covering all the major variations- Plymouth and Rogers models, plastic and wooden stocks, engraved really, stamped and painted models. Modern BB guns spit out BBs at well under fps, a level designed to not break skin.