The Daisy air gun was first invented by a windmill company as a promotional incentive in The style has evolved over the years, and there are some markings on your gun that will help determine its age. In addition, the Daisy Company can help you determine the age of your air gun. Check the barrel of the BB gun for any stamped markings. The Daisy Company began registering guns in Look to see if your gun is stamped with either location of "Plymouth" or "Rogers. Determine whether the barrel is made of wood or plastic, and whether it is painted, blued, or plated.
Most of these vintage and used airguns, pellet guns and BB guns have been tested in our shop, and unless otherwise stated are in working condition. Used airguns are our specialty since we started as a repair center and can rebuild these airguns to shoot like they did when they were new. There are currently 5 airgun smiths working 5 days a week to bring old and used airguns back to life for our customers.