When did the Plymouth Daisy Model 36 come out?
This is a vintage, Plymouth Michigan marked Daisy No. 102 Model 36 with a nickel finish. They were manufactured between 1941 & 1942, then again between 1945 & 1947. It features a wood stock, stepped barrel and a 500 shot gravity fed magazine. BB caliber, lever action, 500 shot repeater
How old is my Daisy BB gun ( Model 36 )?
The info on the gun is as follows, No. 102 Model 36 It is one of the ones u pull the lever down and shoot once Any info would be great. i guess a price of what i could get for it. Thanks Jimmy The stock is plastic, the stamp is Rogers, Ak, the lever is iron, and the metal is blued, and the reg. # is F160393.
When was the first Daisy 111 Model 40 made?
1940 The first Daisy 111 Model 40 Red Ryder Western Carbine was assembled in 1940. 1940- early 1942 All Made with Copper plated Forearm Bands. 1942- 1945 Production was halted during the war years. 1946 Production Resumed, Blued-steel barrel and forearm bands. Barrel band was spot welded instead of being peened.
What is the serial number on a daisy?
The first number to be stamped on the small frame barrels was to be 000001. The first number to be stamped on the No. 25 jackets (receiver) was to be K000001. In this same memo Shafer specified that, “Prior to assembling registered guns, all non-registered barrels and jackets must be used, including those to be reblued, brushed, etc.”
What was the serial number of the daisy airgun?
Daisy records show that on December 8, 1952, No. 25 guns K004350 thru K005258 were produced. There is no indication in the production records of any pump guns being produced with numbers lower than K004350, but we have personally seen a lower register number, so they do exist.. The record keeping system was totally manual and hand written.
When did the daisy register change to Lot Number?
The nomenclature was also changed from ‘Register Number’ to ‘Lot Number’ at some point. The register number or lot number 3KXXXXX would have been made in October 1983. Lot numbers began on some guns as early as April 1973, but the old Register Nos. continued on the 1938 Red Ryder into at least 1979.
When did the Daisy BB gun come out?
Reprinted here with permission, provided by Gary Garber. The numbering of Daisy BB guns began with a memo dated November 28, 1952, from Daisy’s Robert Shafer. In the memo, Shafer specified that register stamping would begin on December 1, 1952 (guns were then being produced in Plymouth, Michigan).