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1-year limited warranty
List Price $35.99
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Estimated in-stock date 12-21-20
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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|
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Things I liked: Easy to use Amazing accuracy for the price It's accuracy and reliability was very useful for my boys shooting practice
Things I would have changed: Nothing
Things I liked: Looks are great.Wood stock shines and the engraving stands out.The new safety feature was a stroke of genius.Carries lots of ammo for all-day shooting fun.
Things I would have changed: Up the FPS so you couldn't watch the BB on it's travels to the target.
What others should know: Don't ,when nobody is looking,try to shoot a bird or chipmunk.The only thing you're going to do to it is make it suffer and that's not the mark of a true outdoorsman.
Things I liked: I like the ratcheting lever action, unlike the lever on the Red Ryder (at least from 20 years ago when I was a kid). If a child is still not that strong, then letting go of the level while cocking won't result in it snapping back, and they can take a little rest and continue with cocking it. I think my 6 year old son would have given up otherwise.
Things I would have changed: Really nothing. It is cheaper than the Red Ryder, shoots well at 5 meters (no need to adjust the non adjustable sight). At age 5, when I got it for him last year, he wasn't able to cock it, and the trigger pull was too hard for him. Sometimes (and also with my then 2.5 year old daughter), we would shoot CO2 pellet pistols, which have a much lighter trigger pull, with me helping them to hold it. A somewhat lighter trigger would be good.
What others should know: Make sure to get appropriately sized safety glasses for your kids. Not that any of us wore them as children with BB guns... But at least I, as a kid, was just shooting at aluminum cans in the grass. Now for my son I set up a little shooting range with a paper target hanging off of a board, and as I expected, if the BB hits the board, it bounces back. It would suck to get it in the eye. Or else for paper targets just use a large cardboard box.
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Can i used my crosman copperhead steel bbs (cal 4.5) with this riffle
How much cocking effort? Crosman Cowboy BB Gun is listed as 24 lbs. Trying to compare the Annie Oakley. with the Red Ryder, Crossman Cowboy, and Daisy Model 105 Buck
They are all very similar. Light cocking effort
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|