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Daisy 1894 Air Rifle

$180.00

Condition: Vintage – Professionally resealed and in good working condition

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The Daisy 1894 is a BB caliber, lever action 40 shot repeater with a 15 shot spring loaded magazine. These are a replica of the famous Winchester Model 94 Carbine, and were manufactured between 1961 and 1986. They were the most successful models of the “Spittin’ Image” series.

The plastic stock and forearm are in about 90% original condition, no cracks or chips. The metal retains about 85% of the original finish.

It was cleaned, lubed, and resealed in our shop. Velocity tested at around 261 fps.

  • BB caliber
  • Lever action repeater
  • MFG 61′ to 86′

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