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Daisy Model 25

Available in .177, 50-Shot BB Repeater- A Nostalgic Classic 350 fps
Only $39.99
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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
  • Velocity350 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionPump
  • Barrel StyleSmooth bore
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight0.00
  • Overall Length37.00
  • Barrel Length0.00
  • Loudness1-Low
  • MechanismSpring-piston
  • RailNo
  • SafetyManual
  • Front SightsBlade & Ramp
  • Rear SightsAdjustable for windage & elevation
  • UsePlinking/Fun
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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Reviews
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5.0
By JimFebruary 4, 2020 Verified Purchase

This gun reminds me of my youth,I’m 65. Plan on introducing the grand kids to shooting. Perfect for that.

Pros
Does what it?s supposed to. Low cost

Cons
Made in China now, but seems like they are following daisys quality control. Built pretty good.

5.0
By MunchUSADecember 24, 2019 Verified Purchase

Very accurate and comfortable to shoot. It is easy to cock, and I think most kids around the age of 10 or more should have no trouble with it. It is easy to load, and feeds flawlessly. The wooden stock and the engraving make it a very nice looking rifle.

Pros
Good looks. Easy cocking and loading. Very accurate. Great value.

Cons
The rear sight which changes from a peep to a vee sight could be a little tighter, but that is kind of nit-picking and definitely not a deal breaker.

5.0
By AlexUSANovember 29, 2019

This gun is great. Great aim, good for hitting cans from 20 yards away. Strong for its kind, a bb can punch through and go out of a can filled with water from 15 feet away. Easy to cock, it’s made well and has an easy to pull trigger.

Pros
Feels great, wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyy to cheap for its quality( good thing).

Cons
I don?t like it when people put no cons, so I will say the only thing not 100% is it takes about 2 minutes to load.

5.0
By JohnOctober 24, 2019 Verified Purchase

Great gun, surprisingly accurate. Flip down peep sights are a nice bonus. The design is interesting, and eliminates "bb rattle" of the red Ryder and similar plinkers. 50 bb spring magazine screws into the end of the gun and contains the end portion of the barrel. Using a spring eliminates the gravity issues with reservoir guns and allow firing at any angle without the bb rolling out of position causing a dry fire. Although the pump was a bit different than expected,it works very well, and allows for faster firing than traditional lever cocking. The pump actually causes a hinged arm to drop down essentially operating a lever action for you. The wood part of the pump is a bit far for use during aiming and may be a stretch for shorter arms, although for me it is just close enough to not be uncomfortable. In NRA standing stance your hand will be in the lever arm. A nice touch was the comprehensive beginning shooting guide including the 10 commandments of shooting safety, basic instructions on aiming, breathing, and stances, as well as instructions on building your own targets, backdrop, and shooting gallery.

Pros
-More accurate than expected. -Well worth the money. -Large enough for an adult -Wood stock -Faster firing, can fire at any angle compared to lever action reservoir guns. -No bb rattle. -Beginners shooting/safety guide was a nice bonus. -The engraving adds a nice,subtle yet faintly ironic touch of class

Cons
-Pump may be a tad far up the barrel for some. -50 round magazine/ barrel must be screwed out to reload. (Although this is simple to do) -The engravings give you no tactical advantage whatsoever.

5.0
By KirtleyNovember 13, 2018

I got a Model 25 for Christmas and I quickly fell in love with it. I purchased a scope and I got very good with it. I gave it away when I started shooting real guns and regretted it almost immediately. I was fortunate enough to purchase one at auction and I will never let it go again.

Pros
My favorite BB gun.

Cons
None

5.0
By JonUSAJune 10, 2018

Great B.B. gun , brings back the days as a kid , this model 25 is well made and is more accurate than my original 25 using Umarex steel bbs at 30ft off a bench rest shooting both guns side X side . Gun has a wood stock and wood pump handle , All metal except the trigger and safety is plastic Very easy to pump for kids and light weight to carry around.Loading is easy just like the original. This model 25 is just one of those B.B. guns you love to shoot .

Pros
You will have a lot of fun for 39.99 not to mention trying to get it away from the kids. Always wear proper safety glasses when shooting bbs , bbs being made of steel bounce back from hard objects regardless of your age.

Cons
None

5.0
By JimFebruary 22, 2018 Verified Purchase

I'm in my mid seventies, and just wanted the gun I grew up with. Spent countless hours knocking over my army men when i was 10

5.0
By BB S.February 19, 2018

I have some pretty nice PCP's but the day of yesteryear and the BB guns I had as a kid will always have a soft place in my heart. Even though the Model 25 is a smooth bore and shoots all over the place, it's still the most fun you can have with a BB gun walking up and down the creek or a day in the woods. Inexpensive? Yes, not competition quality? yes. But still the most fun you can have.

Pros
Light and inexpensive and perfect for reminiscing or for a kids first BB gun.

Cons
None... The quality seems to be just as good or better than 60 years ago.

4.0
By GaryJanuary 10, 2018

The model 25 looks and feel great just like I remember, this was my first B.B. gun when I was 9 years old. That was 59 years ago, the only thing is this model is not as powerful, the I had back in the day would go clean thru a steal beer can. I’ve noticed that the spring on the magazine is very weak that is probably why that the gun is not as strong. Is there any way to change the spring out for a stronger spring. Other then that the model 25 is a good first gun for a kid.

Pros
Looks and feels great

Cons
The power is not even close to where it once was when I was a kid

5.0
By ArthurUSAOctober 2, 2017

It was my favorite bb gun when I was a kid.

Pros
Accurate and hard hitting for a bb gun.

Cons
I might stain the wooden stock and forearm to a walnut finish.

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is there are manual for this rifle .need to dismantle mine and do some maintenance work on it.

asked william

Mail to puerto rico

asked luis rivera

Thanks for contacting us. We can ship some items to your area, however some items are restricted from shipping. Please check with your local customs agency for inquires on requirements to purchase. You may order from our website, which will calculate shipping as well as inform you of any possible restriction issues. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Scott from USA

I had one Daisy, like this model when I was a child, around 1958 and I am nostalgic about this. I'd like to buy this gun but I live in Portugal / Europe. It's possible this gun been delivered directly in my adress?!! How it is the best way to have again this gun? Another question, I remember that my Daisy has a telescopic viewfinder and some soft balls that we can shoot armless! Is this gun packged completly with these items? Thanks for your attention and I'll wait for your response Carlos Barradas ([email protected])

asked Carlos Barradas

Carlos, Please contact our International Shipping Department at [email protected] They can answer any questions you might have. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

Any way to mount a cheap scope on this gun?

asked Bill

I don't believe you can mount a scope on this rifle. There is some writing on the top of the barrel and a scope would easily scratch the barrel. This rifle is a beauty for its looks, its design on the stock, and its historical significance. It is just about the same rifle I had as a youngster. The pump is easy, and it shoots quite accurately at 350 ft/sec. For its price, it is a fun shooter without getting Co2's. As a collector I strongly suggest this and the later 1938 Red Ryder by Daisy. Unbelievable shooters for a young man.

bert from USA

Chinese or American made?

asked olgive

Sadly, it's Chinese.

Pete

Where do you put the bbs?

asked sam johnson

The BB s are loaded in the magazine that is unscrewed and removed from the very front of the barrel. The turning knob is knurled for a better grip. Once you have the magazine out, you will notice a little tab on the side of the magazine. Flip the tab up and slide it against spring pressure toward the rear of the magazine until it reaches a stop the fop the tab into the visible lock slot the feed 50 BB s in the visible loading port. Once you've loaded the magazine flip the tab back over and spring pressure uses this tab to keep feeding the BB s in as fast as you can cock and discharge it. It's overall a very simple design that is pretty much self explanatory once you've removed the magazine from the gun. I owned one of these when I was 10 (now 59) and was raised on a fig farm so the enemy were starlings. I was rewarded with a nickel for each starling I eliminated which A kept me fairly well supplied with BB s. and it helped me become a very proficient shooter. Using this air gun I earned enough $$$ to eventually buy a .22 cal Benjamin pump which really caused a reduction in the starling damage to our crops. Lots of memories in this little shooter.

Willie from USA

how do i cock it

asked layne

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.

Frank
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