|Max Velocity||350 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
Things I liked: Great plinker! Fun for everyone to shoot.
Things I would have changed: Wish they could make them in the U.S.A.
What others should know: I have tried several brands of bb's and Avanti seem to be the most accurate.
Things I liked: Everything. The gun is well built and very accurate. This has become the favorite porch gun. A great non lethal alternative for pests around the house. Small enough for the little guys and gals. Lots of fun for the big ones.
Things I would have changed: Make them in the U.S.A.
What others should know: I have used several different brands of bbs and have found mine shoots best using new old stock Daisy Quick Silver bbs.
Things I liked: I learned to shoot on one of these, and it's an awesome little gun even now. It's easy to cock, and even my 6 year old sister could work it. Solid construction, my friends and I abused the heck out of it in it's years of service- and all parts are still good
Things I would have changed: Offer a changeable stock for teaching older shooters, it's a little small for a 16 year old :) But for the price, absolutely nothing.
What others should know: If you're looking for something to teach a younger child (4-10) to shoot, this is perfect. For other's, I'd recommend something a tad larger.
I wish someone would Crony these little Daisy's that are rated at Max velocity of 350 fps. If they are actually near 350 fps I would like one for small pest control. Anybody have any proof ?
Does the model 10 carbine really shoot up to 350fps? When I bought a Sheridan Cowboy it said "350fps" but now PA has "325fps" as the velocity...I wish there was an adult version with a more powerful main spring! I wouldn't mind a 30lbs cocking effort if the gun shot BB's around 450fps every shot!
What's the difference in the "Model 10" and the Red Ryder BB rifles?
The Model 10 is a carbine, the red ryder is not.
|Max Velocity||350 fps|$16.99