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Daisy Model 25 Pump Air Rifle 50-Shot BB Repeater- A Nostalgic Classic 350 fps

Daisy Model 25 Pump Air Rifle 50-Shot BB Repeater- A Nostalgic Classic 350 fps

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  • Code: 990025-403 · 0.177 cal · 350 fps
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Description

Daisy Model 25 Pump BB Gun. Created by legendary Daisy designer, Charles Lefever, the Model 25 helped make Daisy air guns a staple underneath Christmas trees across the country for decades after its introduction in 1914. The modern Model 25 will take adults back to the excitement of their childhood shooting adventures, sporting many of the features found.

  • Features: Daisy’s original pump BB gun design returns
  • Design that introduced millions of children to shooting over more than 60 years
  • Modern Model 25 shares many of the original’s features
  • Solid wood pistol grip stock and fore end
  • Durable steel construction
  • .177 caliber
  • Take-down screw
  • Removable screw-in 50-shot tube
  • Fully adjustable flip-up peep or open rear sights
  • Lightweight 3.1 lbs gun measures 37'' long
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Specs
  • ManufacturerDaisy
  • Caliber0.177 cal
  • Velocity350 fps
  • Airgun MechanismSpring-piston
  • Ammo TypeBBs
  • Airgun UsePlinking / Fun
  • Overall Length37
  • Barrel StyleSmooth
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight3.7
  • Loudness1-Low
  • Product ConditionNew
  • Warranty30 Day Limited
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Reviews
Daisy Model 25 Pump Air Rifle 50-Shot BB Repeater- A Nostalgic Classic 350 fps
$46.99
5 Stars based on 12 Review(s)
Eric
Parksville, KY
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

GREAT TO DO BUSINESS WITH.
August 21, 2013
Just like the gun I had as a kids, only better.. Fast shipping and great service.

Caleb
,
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Nicely made bb gun
April 8, 2013
This gun is nicely mad and FUN. I found mine likes to shoot Crosman BB's, NOT daisy.
Pros:
Fun, accurateish, easy to handle and pump, and it is made out of WOOD AND METAL.
Cons:
TERRIBLE SIGHTS, to small for me

Michael
Wailuku, HI
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Daisy Model 25
March 13, 2013
GOOD FUN!!! Brings back fond childhood memories of hunting mejiro (Japanese White Eye) on my Grandma's sugar plum orchard up in Kula, Maui. Some of the best days of my life. Still has the same power and firing speed with its smooth pump action. I keep it on the wall in the living room just to make me smile. Already, five friends/family have ordered their own and enjoy being back in the '60s PLINKING AWAY...GOOD FUN!!! THANKS DAISY, MICHAEL RODRIGUES

I.Z. boy
saskatoon saskatchewan
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

daisy model 25........ totally awesome!
July 13, 2012
This gun is sooooooo epic! This may sound crazy, but I actually killed a squirrel with this gun! Very powerful! And when you oil the gun when you fire it starts to spit out smoke! EPIC!
Pros:
power, good for tiny little pests, fun to plink with.
Cons:
NOTHING

L. Ledbetter
Dallas, Texas
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Very much like the old original Model 25
June 9, 2012
I saw that Daisy was offering this ocl again, and bought one immediately! I am impressed that it is just as clunky as the old versions, super fun to play with! I figured out how to make it shoot straight (most of the time), from the standard 33 ft. range for air gun shooting. At first, you may think the barrel is bad, as the gun will shoot 'to the right' almost all the time. This is the shooter, not the gun. Being a spring-piston air gun, it's necessary to use the 'artillery hold' to get accurate shots off. Also, you must practice very careful trigger squeeze, and breathing technique. If you do all that, you WILL be quite accurate with this gun (at 30 - 50 feet range). Also, I recommend highly, that you clean the inside of the barrel thoroughly after every 50 shots or every re-fill of the magazine. This also affects accuracy greatly. Remember, BB's do not grip the barrel, and bounce around before they exit the muzzle, so a clean, smooth barrel is better than a dirty, oily one.
Pros:
Lightweight, easy and super cheap to shoot, very fun for knocking down cans and bottles.
Cons:
Could use a stronger spring / a bit more power would be nice.

John Baney
5 Stars

Model 25 Pump
May 2, 2011
Had one of these in the 1950's as a boy. Seems to be the same gun that I had back then. More powerful that the Red Ryder. I bought this to change the stock to a more rounded rifle stock for my grandson to keep.

me
5 Stars

model 25
February 12, 2011
great gun love using it shoot lots of birds too

John Gonzales
5 Stars

Daisy #25 Pump
February 6, 2011
My dad got me one when I was 9 I think. I'm now 68. I was not strong enough to pump it. I was mad as hell all my buds had lever action. Little did I know that he was giving me a stronger daisy. I saw one in a gun store not long ago and had to have it. I ordered my pump from the airgundepot. I'm really happy with it. I can hit bottle caps at 15 feet. Telephones polls at 50 feet way good time. I shoot at least a 50 bb load a day. And have started shooting from the hip. I may look for a bit stronger spring. Dads long gone, so I Thank you Dad for my first Bad Boy 25 pump.

Porker
5 Stars

Proper Take-Down Method
November 18, 2010
This is an excellent gun. However, Daisy omitted an important step in the Manual relating to the take- down method. In addition to removing the take-down screw, there is a small Phillips head screw 3 1/8 inches back from the take-down screw, on the left side of the receiver . This screw MUST be removed to take the gun down. The trigger might also need to be pulled slightly, but the gun can then be easily taken apart. Please pass this information on.

SHOOTEMBOB
3 Stars

Daisy 25
June 21, 2010
I bought this gun for the nostalgia. I had one in the 70's when I was a kid. I was disappointed with this gun though. 350FPS don't do much, it is not very accurate. I just wasnt impressed. The quality seems to be good. I couldn't get the sight to move the point of aim far enough to the left. Just wasn't impressed.

Deadeye Dick
5 Stars

mod 25
June 14, 2010
I bought this bb gun when I was 12 years old..1963..it was sweet..got me in trouble more than once..I have since gone on to bigger things..a new one is on my list of lost childhood toys I am replacing..if you buy one you are in for a treat..nicest spring gun I ever owned

John
5 Stars

Still good
June 12, 2010
I got one of these for a boy i know. It's identical in every way to the original 1914 model in my collection. In a shoot off, I couldn't tell the difference in them. If you like historic rifles, this is a great addition to sit with the red ryder 70th aniversary edition. It's a great old gun after almost 100 years.



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Q&A
By layne from burwell nebraska on February 3, 2012
how do i cock it

By Frank from Goose Creek, SC on May 24, 2012

Answer:
Mount the Daisy to your shoulder and while facing a safe direction pull the fore stock (the hand grip located under the barrel) it's entire travel length to the rear. ( cocked ) return the fore stock grip to its original position toward the muzzel end of the barrel. You are now "cocked and loaded." If your model has a "safety", engage it untell you are ready to shoot the tin can or some target of your choice.
Enjoy your Daisy and be safe.

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