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|Max Velocity||350 fps|
|Front Sight||Blade and Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage and elevation|
Things I liked: Back in the 50's my cousin had one and I would look forward to visiting him to shoot his model 25. The new ones are just as I remember that old gun. Still easy to cock and really quite accurate. Love the 50 round capacity, shoot until your arm gets tried pumping, LOL. The wooden pump handle and stock are great, so much better than plastic. As far as I can see this gun is all metal and wood, even the trigger that I thought was plastic is metal! Fun, Fun, Fun, gun to shoot.
Things I would have changed: The rear sight needs attention. The peep site, is way too small a hole. Maybe it's my old eyes, but I had to enlarge the hole to 5/64 so I could see anything through it. Now I can keep all my shots within 3" at 25 '. The "vee" notch sight is too shallow a "vee". It should have been a notch. I like the peep site better now anyway.
What others should know: This is a solid fun to shoot gun that will bring you lots of pleasure plinking or target shooting. Keep the barrel clean! I run a few Q-Tips down the barrel pushed by a bamboo Bar-B-Q skewer. You'd be surprised what dirt comes out. I think a dry barrel works best. Just oil the gun in the "Oil Here" hole on top of the barrel. I've tried the "Match Grade" BB's and regular BB's. I don't see a lot of difference in my shooting. Maybe it just me. I really like this gun.
Things I liked: I had one of the originals back in the late 1950's and this one is pretty much the same other for the safety. I wanted my grand kids to have one too. I think I will have to order more later on as other grand kids come of age. As a young kid growing up in rural Nebraska I had tons of fun with my 25. I also like the fact that the 25 can be used with the copper plated lead bbs because it doesn't rely on a magnet to hold the bb. The plated lead bbs are less prone to bounce back.
Things I would have changed: Slightly more distinct front sight; maybe a spot of brass on rear end of front blade.
Things I liked: Excellent BB gun. Shoots as expected for a standard bb gun, and very fun. I like the pump action a lot, it's very easy to cock while still shouldered for rapid repeat shots. The accuracy is good for what it is, I'm getting 1" groups at 6 yards, and around 2" grips at 10 yards, which is good enough for knocking down pop cans and other small objects. Fun to shoot targets too, great practice. I use a 6 yard range for that.
Things I would have changed: I removed the rear sight and drilled the peep site larger, then moved it forward to barrel, just in front of the receiver joint. Centered and re-tacked the sight assembly in place. Much easier to use in that position. Added a butt pad to increase pull to shoulder. Other than that, I wouldn't change a thing. Once broken in, trigger improves greatly.
What others should know: Great for target practicing at short range and plinking cans and whatever else. Power is pretty good for this type of bb gun. Requires a few hundred shots for break-in, then the trigger will improve greatly. Also accuracy will improve. Keep it oiled and the piston won't wear out as fast. Overall this is an excellent product.
What is the pump weight in pounds/ (I had one when I was a kid and it was HARD to pump!)
The trigger spring on my model 25 Daisy pump BB gun fell out while changing a broken stock. Need a photo on how the assembly goes back in place. The placement of the spring to the trigger please.
You can go on line to- daisy parts list- and it shows where all the parts go. It has an exploded diagram showing the parts.
What is the weight of the rifle? How hard is it to pump? (For a child)
The rifle weighs in at 3 lbs for ages 10 and older and is easy to pump.
|Max Velocity||350 fps|$16.99