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Where can I purchase a rifle shot tube for daisy red Ryder #111 model 40

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: does not hold air to shot

try oiling

Posted on May 15, 2009


cyknight

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SOURCE: i have a daisy model #111 that does not fire

It sounds like the sear pin spring has broken. If it's as old as mine is (very near 40 years old), it would be no wonder! You'll have to carefully open the mechanism and check it. Springs are made that will perfectly replace a broken one; other parts for this particular model are extremely scarce. Good luck with the repairs.

Posted on Jul 27, 2009

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: Daisy Red Ryder BB gun won't shoot

1) **** the gun and look through the hole in the top, half way down the barrel.

2) You should see a BB loaded into this area.
- if no bb is present and you can see a circular magnet, then it is not loading.

3) if the bb is present and does not exit the barrel when you fire the gun, then the bb is deformed and will require the rifle to be dissasembled and rodded through the back side, forcing the bad bb out of the way.

4) If no bb or magnet is present through the hole, call daisy for a replacement. This indicates the shot tube has moved and will no longer load.

Posted on Aug 17, 2009

Freddyyesme

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SOURCE: Looking for manual for an old Daisy Air Rifle.

what you thought was the serial number is actual the state and zipcode for daisy air rifles in rogers arizona, 72756 but try this page here and see if it can help you

http://www.daisy.com/_manuals/spring_air_english.pdf

Posted on Sep 14, 2009

mash_jumbie

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SOURCE: How can I get a replacement part for my BB gun NO.

try this link it has all the info u need

http://www.daisyrepair.com/parts.htm

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Bucky's Daisy Parts & Sales
Ron & Jenn Scalzo
1338 Hibiscus Drive
Cape Coral, FL 33909-5113
239-458-8787 ----[email protected]

Posted on Mar 05, 2010

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