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Need help replacing stolen gun

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by kenf, Jan 21, 2011.

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  1. kenf

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    Not trap gun related, but probably one of the best resources around. Years ago, our house was robbed and amongst the guns that were stolen was the first gun my dad gave me, a Daisy Powerline Model 881. The 881 I had had the faux brown wood grained stock and silver/nickel colored receiver, like the one shown on this catalog ated 1976. I'm not sure of the build dates of this style, but it would have been a late 70's or early 80's gun. The receiver color reminded me a lot of the first K-80's I saw.

    Thanks for any help or leads in tracking this one down. It will be the last one I have to replace.
     
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    btt
     
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    May not be what you want but looks close..
     
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    The new ones are piles of crap. I had one in the early 90s. Not nickel but blued. Real metal.

    Now they are plastic throw aways you can find them at walmart.
     
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    My bad, its been so long, I believe I am looking for a Model 881.
     
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