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Daisy Model 1938 Red Ryder BB Gun

   

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35.5"-2.19 lbs.

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The stuff that legends are made of. The dependable design and tradition of the Red Ryder makes the Daisy® Model 1938 Red Ryder® BB Gun America's favorite .177 cal. BB gun. Hardwood stock and forearm.
Recommended for ages 10 and older with adult supervision.

Daisy® Model 1938 Red Ryder® BB Gun 4.5 5 31 31
Daisy 1938B Red Rider After using it for past 6 months I found it will kill blackbirds and is an excellent for indoor (garage) shooting. I made a bullet stop out of plywood and lined the inside with carpet foam to prevent any noise and bounce back of pellets. I found that the Crosman Copperhead pellets are best. The only issue I had was the horizontal sight alignment at 15 yards being off an inch at target and the fixed sights can NOT be adjusted. So I just fix my aim 1 inch off center and get good hits. September 10, 2012
Poor quality Received my Red Ryder in the mail and it does not work. Big waste of time and money. Now I need to go and return the thing to the store and I will cost me more $$$. Very disappointing. July 29, 2011
fun and useful I bought this gun to keep the Squirrels off my bird feeders. It is fun and useful. Low cost too. My son is a better shot than me so I am practicing! July 21, 2011
Horrible!! We purchased two of these for my little brothers, and they lasted a few days. First, the plastic lever broke while one of them was trying to cock it, and the stocks wobble something horrible. Don't waste the money! July 13, 2011
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I need to deter some deer from rummaging in my vegetable garden at about 60 yards.
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might not pack a "punch" at 60 yards
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I too still have my old Red Ryder BB gun from back in the '50's, and still shoot it on occasion... However, 60 yards is a bit far, and I rather doubt it will have much, if any, effect on deer at that range... A BB gun may very well work fine for your needs, just a "little sting" to get the deer to vacate the area....but, if your distance is 60 yards, I'd suggest getting one with a bit more power than the Red Ryder... I would think that the Red Ryder may work for you out to 25, or maybe 30 yards, but not much further than that.
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id say the effective range is about eighty yards for that size target, although i wouldnt shoot lead pellets are deer, use some alloy pellets because this probally will break the hideif its close enough
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no soft air bbs are to big, this only shoots lead oralloy pellets of 177. caliber, not metal bbs either
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how big is the gun

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its almsot the same as my deer gun its like 45 inches and 8 and a half pounds, its hefty but i like that because is makes steady shoots especially in wind
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37.7 inches
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the gun is 35.4 inches. i am 6'2'' and i haven't really outgrown it.
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.177 cal
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crossman .177 pointed pellets
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yes pointed pellets are very good, especially for hunting or target shooting
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pointed pellets shoot somewhat accurate
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no, this is a bb only gun
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no only copper and steel round bb's
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The Red Ryder BB gun.......... I haven''t looked to see for sure, but I'd guess in the neighborhood of 300 fps.... And this is a "one-cock-one-shot" BB gun... You cock it once and shoot it, then cock it again and shoot it again... After the initial cock of the lever, it's cocked...and no more "cocking movements" of the lever will have any effect.. After it's cocked, it's cocked... It is not a "pump-up" gun.
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its about 350 fps, and you can only cock it once, its a spring powered gun not air,
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350 fps
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shoots 350 feet per second. You have to cock it once per shot. If you keep pumping it, you will not increase the velocity and could damage your gun
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about 80-150 fps, can only cock one time
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Only cocks once

Count 7 clicks - aim and fire
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it shoots 350 fps and you can only cock it once per shot
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It is rated at 350 fps. One pump does the job.
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I have found different sources listing it from 280 to 350 fps... But you can safely figure around 300 fps.
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im pretty sure its a bout 350
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350 feet per second
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80-150 fps
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350 fps

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The maximum velocity is 350 FPS (Feet Per Second)
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My father's Red Ryder had a steel or at least metal cocking lever. I've heard this one has a plastic lever. Which is correct?
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plastic
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I believe this one is plastic
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plastic but is better cause you don't have to clean it for prints
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Metal cocking lever
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it is plastic but it is a extremly strong composite.
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its made of plastic, but its quite durable, my neighbour has a red ryder its it is strong.
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no only round metal bbs
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no only round .177
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disreguard the first answere it doesn't shoot plastic bb's it only shoots .177 cal bb's.
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no, the only tupe of ammo you can use is .175 bbs
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no only steel or coppers bbs roudn only
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no, you cannot use pellets with this gun. it holds 600 bb's and i reccomend using copper bb's
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No...only BB's
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no only round .177 copper and steel bb's
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this is a bb gun. sorry. but with steel shot it is great for close range pest control.
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