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Sometimes nostalgia can be used as an excuse for being lazy and not wanting to investigate new products or ideas and admittedly my age group tend to be some of the worst offenders. But old is not necessarily better and to prove my point, here are a few examples of times when, in a sport steeped in history and nostalgia, looking forward is better than looking back.
You can speak for days on the pros and cons of 20 MOA, know what grains and bullet tips are widely available for your particular gun and have finally gotten a grasp on all the industry marketing spin names for a mil-dot (or even what“mil”stands for). Yet here you are with small gaps; gaps that don’t regularly affect your day to day but are just those little holes in your knowledge that you’re now at a point where asking the question will no doubt solicit that look and pause as your buddy quietly readjusts his personal view of you before hesitantly responding. Let’s avoid that. Here are seven questions we get asked a lot (no, you’re not alone).
My Grandfather, who owned a general store, let me shoot his Red Ryder which he got in order to scare pests away. It was manufactured about the 2nd year of production and actually had a higher velocity then any of the Daisys I ever had. I still have this B.B. gun. Daisy, over the years, has manufactured many different models. The lever model was made in more varieties than any others. The pump model 25 was very popular since it’s beginnings in 1913 and has been resurrected a few times in various forms.