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Daisy 177 Target Special BB Pistol

$20.00

Condition: Vintage – Sold “AS IS” with no returns

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The Daisy 177 Target Special is a 150 shot spring-piston BB gun. They were manufactured between 1957 and 1978.

The metal retains about 90% of the finish. The grips are in at least 90% original condition with no cracks, chips, or warping.

Velocity tested at 26 fps. This is not a gun we are going to repair. It is being sold “AS IS” with no returns.

  • .177 caliber BB
  • Single shot
  • 150 shots per fill

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