The Daisy story begins in Plymouth, Michigan, a town situated near Detroit, in the late 19th century. One of the first mass-produced American-made air rifles was the "Chicago", a wood-and-steel gun that was manufactured by the Markham Air Rifle Co. Introduced init set the trend toward training guns which could be mass produced and sold at low prices.
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The Daisy Manufacturing Co. In they moved to Rogers Ark. The Crosman Brothers Co.
The Daisy Model 25 is a BB gun, modeled after a pump action shotgun with a trombone pump action mechanism. The Model 25 dominated the low price, higher performance airgun market for over 50 years before discontinuation. They re-entered production in The Model 25 was designed by Charles F.
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.
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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
One of them, the one about the Daisy No. They want to know which version of the gun they have. This will give me a page to which I can refer people in the future.
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. Check the barrel of the BB gun for any stamped markings.