During the Vietnam War the military approached Daisy and asked for a BB gun to train instinct shooting skills. A program called Quick Kill was developed using a Daisy Model 96 with a slightly modified spring to slow the velocity so that the BB could be seen in the air. The kit also used fluorescent colored BB’s. This program was so successful, Daisy changed the name to “Quick Skill” and marketed the gun to the public.The Daisy Model 2299 Quick Skill was made between 1968 and 1970. It is a spring powered, BB caliber lever action repeater with a 50 shot spring loaded magazine.
This gun is a Daisy Model 95 instinct shooter which were made without sights. They were manufactured between ’62 and ’76
The stock and forearm are in about 90% original condition. The metal retains at least 90% of the original finish.
It was cleaned, lubed, and resealed in our shop. Velocity tested at around 264 fps using lead pellets.
- .177 caliber
- Lever action
- Spring piston
- Instinct shooter