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NIB Daisy Red Ryder bb gun model 1938b

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by teddy34, Apr 13, 2012.

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  1. teddy34

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    2 of these for sale. Brand new. Model 1938B. Shoots 350 fps. shoots 195 yards. holds 650 bb's. $50 each includes shipping in lower 48. gary@wesnd.com


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    Is this the model 1938 they still sell today? Is this an all metal gun, as in the lever, i believe some are plastic. Ive seen them from $30-#40, or are the new guns different than these? Thanks Dave
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    I have one of the earlier ones. It has a plastic forearm otherwise all of the mechanics and lever are metal and stock is wood. Love the old thing.
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    This is a model 1938B, it is listed on Daisy website for $64.99. It states
    that it has a metal cocking lever. I think the cocking lever is aluminum,
    since it is non magnetic. The receiver and barrel are steel. The rear sight
    is steel, but the adjusting ramp, front sight, and magazine gate appear to be a nylon.
    Both stock and forearm are wood.
    Thanks, Gary Owen
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