Just to remind us of some the cool things we have had in the past and now ..... some one else is giving a good home to. Not all of the Uber cool things we have sold are here.....as we just thought of the idea. Some of the great stuff has simply slipped by ..........But an odd extra special little item is gonna be here.
Daisy 107 Buck Jones Special.
This BB gun is in approx 90% cosmetic condition and it shoots well. The Buck Jones Special is one of the most popular Daisy BB guns of the 1930's. Most of the ones that were purchased were shot and played with till they died. This one is in exceptional condition
Daisy model 105 junior pump.
Nice, hard to find old Daisy "junior pump". This gun is the predecessor to the Buck Jones, made for a short time in the early 30's. This gun is in 70% condition, still has plenty of bluing with some freckles. No cracks in the stock, all original screws, one BB dimple on the left side of the stock. Stock has very slight twist warp. Still shooting good at 250 fps. Makes a nice addition to your Daisy slide action collection.
Crosman 150 Medalist.
This Crosman .22 cal pistol is chrome plated, comes in its felt lined mahogany box. This gun is in near 100% condition. Mahogany box is excellent, couple of small scratches - otherwise no finish loss - looks beautiful. I have just replaced all seals and the valve stem. Looks like new and shoots like new. This makes a fantastic addition to a vintage pistol collection.
ABT Gallery Gun.
Great find... complete with boxed tubes of shot. Will be used for a gallery being built as we speak.
Walther LP 53
This pistol is in 95% condition. Negligible edge wear at the end of the barrel, slight handling marks. Box is in very good condition, a little shelf wear, small amount of writing in lower left hand corner. Comes with the two original front and rear sight inserts, don't appear to have ever been used, the cleaning rod, the cocking knob and a half full can of RWS diablos. The paperwork is an old copy. Serial number 062854. All in all a beautiful addition to a vintage target pistol collection.
Daisy Red Ryder "Friends of the NRA".
This Daisy Red Ryder is new in the box - never fired. Comes with all paperwork and some Daisy NRA 5 meter targets. Red Ryder logo is stamped on Left side of stock, the right side has an NRA medallion. Right side of the forearm is inscribed "Friends of the NRA" . This gun has a gold plated barrel band, lot number 102-000952. This gun was made in 1992, produced in small numbers for raffles and door prizes at NRA conventions.
This Red Ryder made by Daisy in the 1970's is in better than 95% cosmetic condition. All original, paint near perfect, stocks and finish excellent condition. Tiny scratches on right side of stock, you have to look hard to see, small chatter mark on the left side of stock at the pistol grip. You won't often see a Daisy 1938 in this nice a condition. Looks as though junior shot out a window his first day with it :-(
Another one that got away..... lovely gun.
Another one that got away..... lovely gun.
Daisy 1894 Wood stock. NRA
This Daisy 1894 BB gun was made under licence from Winchester in 1992. It is new in the box - never fired. NRA is inscribed on the right side of the stock. This is a wood stock model of the famous Spittin' Image 1894 and looks remarkably like the gun made famous by Winchester. This gun was probably ordered in small numbers by the NRA and raffled or given away as door prizes at NRA conventions.
Red Ryder 8th var. Model 40.
This Daisy 111 model 40 is in 90% condition. Blued metal is better than 80% with some freckling. This gun was made some time during the four months from Dec 1952 to Mar 1953, registration number 178714 likely places it in early 1953. Daisy only made a plastic stocked, blued metal model 40 with a registration number during those four months. The stock and forearm are in "as new " condition, no scratches, no cracks, no warping - VERY unusual.
Crosman S A 6 Rhinestones.
This .22 cal co 2 revolver from Crosman's golden age has been chrome plated, grips have been painted with gold inlay and rhinestones have been added. Story I was told is that this was one of Rod Redwings Quick Draw Pistols. Mr Redwing had this gun modified cosmetically to look like his actual peace makers. Rod Redwing was a quick draw and trick gun specialist in the 50's and 60's . I bought this gun from the estate of a n acquaintance of his.
Crosman MK 11.
This co 2 pistol is in like new condition. Comes in the box with targets and all paperwork (including original sales receipt ) . This pistol even has inspectors stamp still on the right grip. Holds and shoots great. Wonderful addition to a Crosman collection.
Smith and Wesson 78G.
This was in as new condition and came with the original co2 canisters and pellets. Sweeeeet
Red Ryder Copper Barrel.
What can we say ...... Cool huh?
What can one say ..... just incredibly cool !!!
Tricked out 38T
Just sexy huh !!
Boxed Pair..... Texas Ranger !!!!
Daisy 1938 in 100% cond ....
Sheridan Super Grade.
What can we say :-)
We will add to this page as any super cool stuff pass through our door..... for now sadly we have forgotten half the stuff ....