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SUPER 1962 Daisy BB Gun Advertising Catalog LOT Guns Cork Rifle Toy Paper

SUPER 1962 Daisy BB Gun Advertising Catalog LOT Guns Cork Rifle Toy Paper
SUPER 1962 Daisy BB Gun Advertising Catalog LOT Guns Cork Rifle Toy Paper
SUPER 1962 Daisy BB Gun Advertising Catalog LOT Guns Cork Rifle Toy Paper
SUPER 1962 Daisy BB Gun Advertising Catalog LOT Guns Cork Rifle Toy Paper
SUPER 1962 Daisy BB Gun Advertising Catalog LOT Guns Cork Rifle Toy Paper
SUPER 1962 Daisy BB Gun Advertising Catalog LOT Guns Cork Rifle Toy Paper
SUPER 1962 Daisy BB Gun Advertising Catalog LOT Guns Cork Rifle Toy Paper
SUPER 1962 Daisy BB Gun Advertising Catalog LOT Guns Cork Rifle Toy Paper
SUPER 1962 Daisy BB Gun Advertising Catalog LOT Guns Cork Rifle Toy Paper
SUPER 1962 Daisy BB Gun Advertising Catalog LOT Guns Cork Rifle Toy Paper
SUPER 1962 Daisy BB Gun Advertising Catalog LOT Guns Cork Rifle Toy Paper
SUPER 1962 Daisy BB Gun Advertising Catalog LOT Guns Cork Rifle Toy Paper

SUPER 1962 Daisy BB Gun Advertising Catalog LOT Guns Cork Rifle Toy Paper    SUPER 1962 Daisy BB Gun Advertising Catalog LOT Guns Cork Rifle Toy Paper
SUPER - Daisy BB Gun Catalog. DEALER Catalog LOT 1962 NOS - Fresh from a Local Hardware Store STASH. For offer - a very nice old department store advertising trade catalogue lot. Fresh - from a local Hardware Store estate (King's Hardware Store, Delevan, NY - Cattaraugus County) - Tucked away and not touched for decades. Never offered on the market until now. Vintage, Old, Antique, Original - NOT Reproductions - Guaranteed! 5 pieces - catalogs / large brochures, comic book and instruction program booklet.

These were found sealed in an old box for the dealer of the store, and never opened. Fresh, and in near mint condition. C atalog shows various toy model guns, including a paper popper, Cheyenne Ricochet sound saddle gun, cork guns, smoker, accessories, etc. Also the models of B. Guns - rifle, shotgun, compass canteen, etc.

NOS - New old stock. The best you will find. If you collect 20th century Americana, advertisement ad, catalog, sports, guns, ammunition, toy, etc. This is a nice piece for your book, paper / ephemera collection - perhaps some important genealogy research information as well. Daisy Outdoor Products (known primarily as Daisy) was formed in 1888 to manufacture windmills. With the popularity of the air guns, they began producing them for sale.

In the 21st century, Daisy is known as a company that makes and sells entry and novice level BB guns and other air guns. Their Red Ryder BB Gun is perhaps their best known and longest production item which has been featured in many TV shows and movies since its introduction in the 1930s. Daisy was started in 1882 as Plymouth Iron Windmill Company in Plymouth, Michigan. The gun was so popular the company started to sell guns instead of windmills.

The gun received its name when General Manager Lewis Cass Hough fired one and enthusiastically said It's a Daisy! [1] In 1958, the company moved the corporate offices and manufacturing facilities from Plymouth to Rogers, Arkansas. In 1993, Daisy was acquired by the private equity firm Charter Oak Partners. [2] The Plymouth factory was demolished in 2005 and replaced with a condominium complex called Daisy Square.

One wall of the factory building remained in front of the complex until its demolition on November 18, 2013. The wall had been free-standing[3] since the factory was torn down, and was supposed to be built into an apartment building, but the wall was not included in the completed building.

The Daisy Administration building, on Main Street, is still standing and has become an office complex and restaurant. Who combined it with Gamo Outdoor. Daisy is best known for their inexpensive youth BB guns, modeled after lever-action rifles. Perhaps the most famous of these is the Red Ryder model, which is still in production today, despite the fact that the Red Ryder comic strip was canceled in 1963.

These simple smoothbore, spring-air BB guns fire at low velocities, and are marketed to children ages 10 and over. In addition to the spring air BB guns, Daisy also markets a line of multi-pump pneumatic rifles capable of firing pellets or BBs to the same age group.

Production of the Daisy Model 25 was restarted in 2009. Featuring a spring feed mechanism and modeled after a pump-action shotgun with pumped cocking, the Model 25 dominated the low-price, higher-performance airgun market for over 50 years (19141978). The Powerline models are Daisy's more powerful, more accurate line of airguns, marketed to ages 16 and up.

The Powerline rifles include multi-pump pneumatics and spring-piston break barrels, have rifled barrels designed for shooting pellets, and are capable of greater velocities than Daisy's Youth Rifles. Powerline pistols are multishot double-action designs, powered by CO2 powerlets. BB models are smoothbore, while pellet models have rifled barrels.

These are styled to resemble firearms, and are often used by adults in place of firearms for inexpensive training and practice, or in jurisdictions where firearms are heavily restricted or prohibited. The Avanti line consists of Daisy's target guns. Some of the Avanti line are pellet guns, either single-stroke pneumatic or CO2-powered, with high-quality sights and built to much higher standards.

Some models use barrels from Lothar Walther, a top European barrel maker. Even the least expensive Avanti model, the 717 pistol, has been used by world championship 10 m Air Pistol shooter Don Nygord to shoot a medal-winning round in a California state championship. The Canadian Forces adopted the Daisy/ Avanti model 853C target rifle for their cadet program's marksmanship training program, as well as competitive 10m target shooting. Daisy also makes, as part of the Avanti line, the Model 499B Champion, billed as the "world's most accurate BB gun". This is a true competition BB gun, with a micrometer adjustable rear peep sight, a sling, and a precision smoothbore barrel.

It is to be used with Daisy's precision-ground steel BBs that are made for the 499. The 499 is unusual in that it is a single-shot, muzzleloading spring airgun. The 499 is most commonly used in 5-meter (16 ft) BB gun competitions by youth groups such as 4H and Boy Scouts. During the Vietnam War Daisy BB guns were used in Quick Kill training for soldiers in basic training. Daisy also sells a line of spring-air rifles marketed under the Winchester brand name. These are moderately priced break-barrel and semi-automatic CO2-based designs with wood or composite stocks, with velocities ranging from 500 ft/s (150 m/s) to 1,000 ft/s (300 m/s). For a time, Daisy also imported and marketed an Umarex made, Winchester branded copy of the Winchester 1894 rifle. This is a multi-shot CO2 pellet rifle using the standard Umarex revolver action. This model is now marketed under the Walther name.

Red Ryder BB Gun[edit]. Daisy air rifle ad in a'40s era comic book.

1 kg (2.2 lb). 73 metres per second (240 ft/s). 9 metres (9.8 yd). Rear notch, fixed front blade. Two Red Ryder BB Guns in box.

These are a relatively recent reissue. The boxes promote the gun as being just like the one your Dad had! The Red Ryder BB Gun is a BB gun made by Daisy Outdoor Products and introduced in the spring of 1940 that resembles the Winchester rifle of Western movies. [5] Named for the comic strip cowboy character Red Ryder (created in 1938, and who appeared in numerous films between 1940 and 1950, and on television in 1956), the BB gun is still in production, though the comic strip was cancelled in 1963. The Red Ryder BB Gun is a lever-action, spring piston air gun with a smooth bore barrel.

2017 has a rear iron sight adjustable for elevation only and a post front sight. It uses a gravity feed magazine with a 650 BB capacity. It has an engraved wooden stock and a saddle ring with leather thong on the receiver. A youth model airgun, the Model 1938B Red Ryder produces an actual muzzle velocity of about 270 feet per second (82 m/s)[citation needed], although the specification on the Daisy states the Model 1938B Red Ryder has a Max. Muzzle Velocity of 350 feet per second (110 m/s) with a nominal.

177 caliber, 5.1 grain steel BB. The effective range is fairly short, about 10 yards (9 m), after which the low velocity and inaccuracy of the smoothbore barrel makes hitting the target difficult. BB guns are shot competitively at distances of 5-meter (16 ft), but the Red Ryder's open sight, which is also hampered by having no windage adjustment, makes it impractical for competition so it is primarily a plinking airgun. The Red Ryder BB gun was prominently featured in A Christmas Story, in which Ralphie Parker requests one for Christmas, but is repeatedly rebuffed with the warning You'll shoot your eye out. " The movie's fictional BB gun, described as the "Red Ryder carbine-action, two hundred shot Range Model air rifle with a compass in the stock and this thing which tells time, does not correspond to any model in existence nor even a prototype; the Red Ryder featured in the movie was specially made to match author Jean Shepherd's story (which may be artistic license, but was the configuration Shepherd claimed to remember).

[6] However, the "Buck Jones" Daisy air rifle, immediately above the Red Ryder in the Daisy line, did have a compass and sundial in the stock, [7] but no other features of the "Red Ryder" model. Crazy Earl, a character in the book The Short-Timers and the film, Full Metal Jacket, based on the book, carries a Daisy Red Ryder BB gun in addition to his M16 rifle. Hogarth Hughes owns and uses a Red Ryder BB Gun in Brad Bird's 1999 film The Iron Giant. A "Red Rider Air Rifle" was the exclusive in-game Christmas gift for World of Warcraft's 2009 Winter Veil world event, with a similar description to the one appearing in A Christmas Story, featuring 200 charges (shots). In the movie Tactical Force about a SWAT team using non conventional methods, SWAT Sgt.

Hunt (played by the actor Michael Jai White) uses a Red Ryder BB gun which he named'Daisy' to shoot a kidnapper/robber in the forehead. On the television series House M. In the Fallout series, the protagonist can get a Red Ryder LE BB gun.

In Saints Row IV "How the Saints Saved Christmas" DLC, there is a Christmas themed weapon called the "Crimson Cowboy" which is an allusion to the Red Ryder BB gun from A Christmas Story, the Crimson Cowboy shots have a ricochet effect. In a post game interview in a Week 10 game against the Cincinnati Bengals, JJ Watt in a quote referring to quarterback Andy Dalton: Our goal was to come out here and make the Red Rifle look like a Red Ryder BB Gun, and I think we did that. " The reference was used as a play on Dalton's "Red Rifle nickname. Dalton's response made the quote go viral. Daisy was the first company to introduce a production caseless ammunition and rifle, the V/L Rifle, in 1968.

The V/L ammunition consisted of a. 22 caliber bullet with a small disk of propellant on the back, and no primer. The rifle resembled a typical spring-air rifle, but the hot, high pressure air served not only as a power source but also to ignite the propellant on the back of the V/L cartridge. About 23,000 of the rifles were made before production ceased. In 1988 Daisy briefly made a line of rimfire rifles, the Legacy rifle.

These were bolt action or semi-automatic rifles chambered in. 22 Long Rifle, and were available in a number of different models. Options were wooden stock or plastic stock with adjustable buttplate, and single-shot, 7-shot box magazine (for semi-automatic models only), or 10-shot rotary-feed (the magazine was similar to, but not interchangeable with, the Ruger 10/22). While these are very rare, the inexpensive construction and the fact that they are firearms, not airguns, has led to little collectors' interest.

Daisy was the defendant in a lawsuit after a Pennsylvania teenager, John Tucker Mahoney, was accidentally shot in May 1999 when a friend fired one of their BB guns at him, believing it to be empty. This left him severely brain damaged. The lawsuit alleged that the company hid manufacturing defects, specifically the BB guns jamming, and demanded that the gun in question be recalled. [11][12] Mahoney died of his injuries in October 2003.

BB guns are a type of air gun designed to shoot projectiles named BBs after the birdshot pellet of approximately the same size. These projectiles are usually spherical but can also be pointed; those are usually used for bird hunting. Modern day BB guns usually have a smoothbore barrel, with a bore diameter and caliber of 0.177 inches (4.5 mm). BB for modern day BB guns are usually steel, plated either with zinc or copper to resist corrosion, and measure 0.171 to 0.173 inches (4.34 mm to 4.39 mm) in diameter.

Some manufacturers also still make lead balls of slightly larger diameter and which are generally intended for use in rifled BB gun barrels, as were formerly used in BB guns. Some Asian companies make plastic BBs for recreation. One of the most famous BB guns is the Red Ryder BB Gun by Daisy Outdoor Products, modeled after the western Winchester rifle. First introduced in 1938, the BB gun became an iconic American toy, and is still in production today.

Airsoft guns are also commonly referred to as BB guns or pellet guns, as they also launch spherical projectiles (typically through a smoothbore barrel). Common airsoft "BBs" are 6 mm in diameter (0.24 inches), and are generally made of plastic or other non-metallic materials specifically designed to impart low target damage (however, such can still be dangerous if carelessly or improperly used).

Airsoft projectiles are often employed for wargames similar to paintball. History While it is often stated that the term "BB" originated from "ball bearing" or "bullet ball" (if it's made of plastic), this is not the case. [1] The original BB guns used the BB-sized lead shot for shotguns, midway between B and BBB size. BB shot was nominally 0.180 inches (4.57 mm), but tended to vary considerably in size due to the high allowable tolerances for shotgun shell use.

Around 1900, Daisy, one of the earliest makers of BB guns, changed their BB gun bore diameter to. 175 inches (4.45 mm), and began to market precision-made lead shot specifically for their BB guns. They called this "air rifle shot", but the "BB" name was already well established, and everyone continued calling the guns "BB guns" and the shot "BB shot" or just "BBs". In the 1920s, Daisy began to receive reports of BB gun users salvaging scrap steel ball bearings for use in their guns; a number of guns came in for repair with split barrels, from oversized steel balls being forced down the barrel. This quickly led to an exclusive marketing agreement with Daisy, as precision ground steel BBs were cheaper to make than precision lead BBs.

The lighter steel BBs also provided higher velocities than lead BBs, which made new BB guns shoot flatter and more accurately at the short ranges where they were effective. By 1939, Daisy had acquired American Ball Company, which it used to produce its own steel BBs.

Since Daisy was the dominant player in the BB gun market, other makers followed suit, matching Daisy's bore diameter and switching to steel BBs in 0.177 caliber (4.5 mm) measuring 0.171 to 0.173 inches (4.4 mm) in diameter. Subsequently, the term "BB" became more generic, referring to round shot (and sometimes non-round shot) of various calibers and materials. This included (and still includes) bearing balls, plastic round shot (such as used in airsoft), 0.177 caliber lead and steel shot, marbles, and many others. It should also be noted that the ubiquitous usage of the term "ball bearing" for any steel ball is technically incorrect. A ball bearing is a mechanical bearing constructed with a multitude of bearing balls. [edit] Operation Steel BBs coated with copper and zinc BB guns can use any of the operating mechanisms used for air guns; see the powerplant technology section of the air gun article. However, due to the limited accuracy and range inherent in the BB gun, only the simpler and less expensive mechanisms are generally used. Since nearly all BBs used today are steel, it is common to find BB guns that use magnets in their loading mechanisms.

Since the BB is too hard to be swaged to the bore size, magnets are often used to hold the BB at the rear of the barrelââ¬âotherwise, the BB would simply roll out of the barrel if it were held at a downward angle. The traditional, and still most common powerplant for BB guns is the spring piston type, usually patterned after a lever action rifle or a pump action shotgun. The lever action rifle was the first type of BB gun, and still dominates the inexpensive youth BB gun market. The Daisy Model 25 BB gun, modeled after a pump action shotgun with a trombone pump action mechanism, dominated the low price, higher performance market for over 50 years. Lever action models generally have very low velocities, around 275 ft/s (84 m/s), a result of the weak springs used to keep cocking efforts low for use by youths.

The Daisy Model 25 BB gun typically achieved the highest velocities of its day, ranging from 375 ft/s (114 m/s) to 450 ft/s (140 m/s). Lever action guns often have huge ammunition capacities; one of Daisy's early lever action models held 1000 BBs, in contrast to the Daisy Model 25 which held only 50 BBs. The ammunition in the lever action BB guns is gravity fed, such that the gun must be held at the proper angle when cocked to load the ammunition.

The ammunition in the Daisy Model 25, on the other hand, is spring loaded, and no shift in gun angle is required to reload another BB. Multi-pump pneumatic guns are also commonââ¬âmany youth oriented pneumatic pellet guns provide the ability to use BBs as a cheaper alternative to lead shot.

These guns have rifled barrels, but the hard, slightly undersized BBs don't swage or obturate to fit the barrel, so the rifling may not impart a significant spin. These are the type of guns that will benefit most from using precision lead BB shot.

The pneumatic BB gun attains much higher velocities than the traditional spring piston types. One interesting use of a pneumatic BB gun is in the calibration of ballistic gelatin, which is done by measuring the penetration of a steel BB at a velocity of about 600 ft/s (180 m/s). The last common type of power for BB guns is pre-compressed gas, most commonly the 12 gram CO2 powerlet. The powerlet, invented by Crosman, is a disposable bottle containing 12 grams of liquid carbon dioxide, which evaporates to form a gas to propel the BB.

These are primarily used in pistol BB guns, and unlike spring-piston or pneumatic types, these are capable of rapid fire. A typical CO2 BB pistol uses a spring-loaded magazine to feed BBs, and a double action trigger mechanism to chamber a BB and cock the hammer. The hammer strikes a valve hooked to the CO2 source, which releases a measured amount of CO2 gas to fire the BB. Velocities of CO2 powered BB pistols are moderate, and drop off as the temperature in the CO2 source drops, due to changes in the vapor pressure.

Many CO2 BB guns are patterned after popular firearms, and can be used for training as well as recreation. Some gas-powered BB guns use a larger source of gas, and provide machine gun-like fire. These types are commonly found at carnivals, and have also been used to train antiaircraft gunners. A popular commercial model was the Larc M-19, which ran off 1 pound (454 g) canisters of Freon-12 refrigerant. These types have very simple operating mechanisms, based on a venturi pump. The gas is released in a constant stream, and this is used to suck the BBs up into the barrel at a very high rate, as much as 3600 rounds per minute. [2] [edit] Competition use It is possible to shoot competitively with a BB gun. [edit] Quick kill training The U.

[3] The technique was developed for the Army by Bobby Lamar "Lucky" McDaniel and Mike Jennings. The sights were removed from the BB guns for this training. [edit] Skirmish fighting Main article: Airsoft BB and pellet guns have long been used in a way similar to airsoft or paintball weapons, particularly in rural areas. [4] This seems to have become less prevalent with the introduction of these newer options.

[citation needed] [edit] Legal issues BB guns are regulated in the same manner as air guns. In countries where there is a maximum velocity or muzzle energy at which point an air gun is treated like a firearm (such as in Canada, France, Italy, Germany or the United Kingdom), BB guns are often not powerful enough to be considered firearms. See the legal issues section of the air gun article for more information. The item "SUPER 1962 Daisy BB Gun Advertising Catalog LOT Guns Cork Rifle Toy Paper" is in sale since Tuesday, March 28, 2017. This item is in the category "Toys & Hobbies\Vintage & Antique Toys\Cowboy, Western".

The seller is "dalebooks" and is located in Rochester, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Brand: Daisy
  • Year: 1962
  • Gender: Boys
  • Country of Manufacture: United States
  • Ages: 1960's
  • Material: Paper
  • Manufacturer: Daisy
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

SUPER 1962 Daisy BB Gun Advertising Catalog LOT Guns Cork Rifle Toy Paper    SUPER 1962 Daisy BB Gun Advertising Catalog LOT Guns Cork Rifle Toy Paper