Start shooting right with the Model 105 Buck BB rifle. Suitable for shooters 10 and older (with adult supervision), this lever-action spring rifle is lightweight, easy to cock and durable. The engraved solid wood stock is just the right length for young shooters. BBs can fly out the steel barrel at up to 275 fps (Never shoot steel BBs at hard objects!), and there's plenty more where that came from. It holds 400 BBs!
This rifle is perfect for plinking, shooting paper targets and for training new shooters. Of course, more experienced shooters will want to shoot this rifle to visit times past when they owned their first Daisy lever-action.
The owner's manual lists the max velocity as 350 fps, but Daisy's website states that the max velocity is 275 fps, which we believe is the actual velocity of the Buck 105.
Stock up on BBs, fun targets, safety glasses and other gear.
|Max Velocity||275 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Suggested for||Target practice/Fun|
|Trigger Pull||8.0 lbs|
Things I liked: This is a small gun for young shooters, it is a great training gun, it's a safe gun, easy to handle, any youngster will be proud to have one,and it's priced just right,
Things I would have changed: I think this gun is perfect,
What others should know: learn to handle it safely, it is very good shooter,
Things I liked: Excellent, well-made BB gun for under $30. All metal receiver, plastic lever and trigger. Had this same model as a kid over 60 years ago. Accuracy out of the box is amazing, about 1" groups at 5 meters.The ratcheting cocking lever is a big improvement over the original action (no pinched fingers now). To sum up: very nice black paint electroplated receiver, nicely made wooden stock, and highly accurate out of the box. Perfect for plinking tin cans and paper targets.
Things I would have changed: Not much actually. Some reviews complain about the plastic lever, but having used both metal (on my first BB gun) and plastic on the current model, I have no problem with the plastic. The trigger pull is somewhat stiff and could be a problem for youngsters. Requires a firm, steady release. Would be nice to have an optional longer stock for adults.
What others should know: This BB gun is an excellent value for young and old air gunners. Amazing quality for the price point. Wooden stock is nicely made, perfect for youngsters but a little short for us old-timers. The model I recently purchased had the plastic blade front sight which I prefer over the newer fiber optic sight. This BB gun should last a lifetime with proper care and lubrication. I find it amazing that this model is still in production (with minor improvements) after all these years. Brings back many happy memories as a kid growing up in the 50's.
Things I liked: iv had mine since i was 5 years old. now i am 14, and the only thing that is wrong with it, is the power is starting to diminish. but i can prop this gun on my shoulder backwards and shoot it Annie Oakley style and shoot a bottle in the ditch behind me at 10 yards. trick shots with this gun are so easy iv been doing them for years. iv killed dozens of snakes with it as well (it takes about 3 shots to the head, but it works) never oiled it or cleaned it, and it is still running great. i even ran some old copperhead bb's out of it that were rusty, and it still works great (only problem was feeding issues)
Things I would have changed: the power of this gun should be increased add a rail for a scope, but not neccesary the iron sights are great for me
What others should know: got this gun after my red ryder quit feeding, and it has worked flawlessly ever since. if put thousands of rounds threw it, even rusty bb's, never oil or cleaned it, not rust issues on outside. im happy with this gun that i grew up shooting. it still doesnt compare to the shotguns iv been shooting since i was 6 tho.
Where is this made? US or China?
Older version were made in Rogers Ark. , now they are made in China and sold at Chinamart.
|Max Velocity||275 fps|$16.99