Daisy Red Ryder 75th Anniversary Air Rifle



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  • Shoots .177 caliber BBs up to 350 fps with a 650 BB capacity
  • Smooth bore steel barrel
  • Blade and ramp front sights
  • Adjustable rear sights
  • Metal cocking lever
  • Made in USA

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This Special Edition Red Ryder air rifle is a beautiful model of a classic American legend! In honor of its 75th Anniversary, this Red Ryder features a stained solid maple wood stock and forearm with laser engraved anniversary logos. The forearm also offers a golden band. Made in the USA, this special edition model is a must for any Red Ryder owner!

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Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.46 out of 5
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John Sargent
Oct 30, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Very Satisfied

I had a Red Ryder when I was a kid, and while this one has a bit of plastic - the trigger group and safety - I like this one more and actually think it shoots harder than the one I had as a kid! It has worked great so far. I really can't complain about the small amount of plastic, and the big advantage is the metal cocking lever that it has (and it doesn't say Made in China since it's assembled in the US). Get one here because I haven't been able to find a Special Edition like this with a metal cocking lever at any other retail or mail order location. And the price is very reasonable too. There are individuals selling these on-line here and there at a multiple of the price. Very satisfied!


Tom Homer
Apr 30, 2015
(5 out of 5)

My dad got me a 1000 shot Red Ryder when I was a kid - I bought the 50th Anniversary Red Ryder back in 1988 and bought this one for nostalgia however, originally my first Daisy was all wood and steel and they used the year 1938 as their anniversary date which actually was when the business deal was made to market the BBgun under the Red Ryder name and it was 1940 when the BBgun hit the open market and around the year 2000 the Daisy Company decided to make that year (1940) as their new anniversary date which caused some confusion to Red Ryder owners/collectors. The 75th Anniversary Model Red Ryder is assembled in America (Rogers, Arkansas) but the parts are made in China, what a shame - Red Ryder and Little Beaver must be sad over that. Buy one - I put mine next to my 50th Anniversary one - there is still a lot of kid left in me. Happy trails.


Jack W Davis
Apr 21, 2015
(5 out of 5)
Fulfilled my dream

KOF3241 Well, my childhood dream of owning a Red Ryder BB gun has finally come true. As a child, dear old Mom would never see her way clear to give little Jackie his own Daisy. So, bless your soul, Mom, I finally got my baby! Granted, I'm almost 70 years old, but I love my gun, and, so far, I've not shot my eye out. Love it!


Br 549
Apr 19, 2015
(2 out of 5)
Plastic trigger

Well they cut it down , When They used a sorry Plastic Trigger Now that is really getting Cheap in my Book, They Don't tell you about that before you buy it, Get on you will see.


4th inf. 67-68
Apr 18, 2015
(5 out of 5)

other than the plastic trigger etc,...totally cool ..shoots nicely ! it,s a bb gun..what do you expect?...a japanese winchester???


Apr 17, 2015
(4 out of 5)
Ah the good ol days

Just like the one I had when I was a kid, my son loves it! Love the real wood and the heft. It is a .177 so it is not all that dangerous, and great for DAMN, I PUT MY EYE OUT! ;-)


Marc Key
Apr 16, 2015
(3 out of 5)
"Its ok, but..."

Its alright, but nostalgia only goes so far. What I like: The wood is really pretty. What I don't: Well, my fore grip was a bit chipped at the back end where it says Red Ryder. The brass band was loose. Box was in poor condition, but the rifle was fine. That I attribute to S&H, not to Daisy. I am sure its fine for a plinker, but if you are a big boy, and looking for more than a blast from the past, buy a reconditioned, break-barrel Gamo from a competitor's site. I got it for my 9 year old son. He says he likes it, so that makes it worth the purchase price. For me, meh. Im also getting him the 75th anniversary edition Red Ryder Boy's First Knife from a competitor's website.


"H. James Elvin, Jr."
Apr 10, 2015
(5 out of 5)
very nice

Good price on sale. Very nice little item to add to the collection.


Apr 01, 2015
(4 out of 5)
Great collectors piece

Great collector Red Ryder rifle great box's it came in.Not disappointed very nice rifle except the plastic trigger,safety and trigger expected being the 75th Anniversary addition be made as medal but anyway going to keep it in the box.


c w forrester
Mar 01, 2015
(5 out of 5)
Nice Collecters Item

Don't intend on shooting it, But it is in the case with the big guys.


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