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★★★★☆

“Decent Purchase Daisy 105 Buck”

Written on: 16/05/2012 by squirrelchaser (1 review written)

For $22 (Wal-Mart, USA)few complaints. A little disappointed about the plastic trigger parts & taking care not to break them, but other than this, very satisfied with this Daisy. I bought it to scare two very stubborn squirrels raiding my bird feeders. Very glad to hear this is not an effective model for killing the animals, most of the time. I prefer pinging BB's all around them vs. hitting them directly to kill or maim. However, since one of the two keeps coming back, I may sting it in… Read Full Review

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“this gun is great for little kids or just messing...”

Written on: 09/10/2009 by PelletGun Killer (2 reviews written)

this gun is great for little kids or just messing around, wait you dont mess around with guns and little kids dont shoot them, younger shooters there we go. This gun is great for twenty bucks and mine only broke because if you try to take the rear sight out it messes the gun up and you cant pull the lever back at all. So dont take out the rear sight, so if you dount do that you will have this gun for a long time. Once you have had this gun a long time you can do the cowboy style shooting, but… Read Full Review

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“I bought this daisy model gun from my local walmart...”

Written on: 24/07/2009

I bought this daisy model gun from my local walmart for $19.96 yesterday as a can plinker, I definitly diddnt expect what I got.

First Impressions,
Well, I came home and opened the box felt the gun and instantly thought, cheap toy. I loaded up some Daisy BB's (these are the only bb's I would recommend.) I then went out in back and set up some water ballons, I was easily hitting them at 10 meter's, and could hit them as far as 30 meter's away, of course this has to do with how good a shot you… Read Full Review

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★★★★★

“The Daisy Model 105 Buck is light weight, good for my...”

Written on: 16/05/2009

The Daisy Model 105 Buck is light weight, good for my grandsons, shoots accurate, nice looking, appears to be well build, better than i had when i was a kid, now 70 yrs old… Read Full Review

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★★★★☆

“The Daisy Model 105 Buck is a very nice gun for little...”

Written on: 16/04/2009

The Daisy Model 105 Buck is a very nice gun for little kids. i bought one for my little brother who was having problems with stablization. i find that it'll kill red squirrels and grouse if you hit them in the head… Read Full Review

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“The Daisy Model 105 Buck is a good gun! This gun is...”

Written on: 16/04/2009 by jake543 (1 review written)

The Daisy Model 105 Buck is a good gun! This gun is powerful enough for small bird shooting. My friend shot a bird in the eye from the bottom of the tree up about 25 feet up and 6 feet away from the tree. Very accurate, but not enough for squirrels or rabbits, great for beginners, and very fun to use… Read Full Review

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Squirrelchaser's Response to 454451_jake543's Review

Written on: 16/05/2012

Relieved to hear this gun is not powerful to kill squirrels most of the time. I bought this model for $20 (Wal-Mart) to scare a pair of squirrels raiding my bird feeders. I ping all around them & off the fence, but not willing to kill or maim the things. So far one of the critters has gotten smart & left; the other one keeps coming back. I think I'm going to sting it's butt & see if that drives it away. Nothing else does.

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★★★★☆

“I got the Daisy model 105 Buck air rifle for free at a...”

Written on: 29/11/2008 by migitman987 (1 review written)

I got the Daisy model 105 Buck air rifle for free at a garage sale they thought it was broken. Its a wonderful rifle for practising with and has an easy to use asafety. Its is quite hard to cock though and you have to see the bullet to shoot. … Read Full Review

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★★★★★

“Good value for money, very reliable quality, accurate,...”

Written on: 27/11/2008

Good value for money, very reliable quality, accurate, pretty strong, small, a very good beginner (kids) gun. A good gun for little kids, it is small and ergonomic for them. it is pretty strong, nice and accurate, and a pretty food value for money. Keep in mind; if you ar oldr than 8 and you want your self a BB gun, don't get this. It is very small for kids. Great gun overall. lasts FOREVER!… Read Full Review

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★★★☆☆

“The Daisy 105 buck is a great size for toating around...”

Written on: 15/07/2008

The Daisy 105 buck is a great size for toating around with but not great for squirrel hunting. not enough power :(… Read Full Review

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★★★★★

“Hit the target, ever time! My grandson will have mine...”

Written on: 14/07/2008

Hit the target, ever time! My grandson will have mine old Daisy Rider...works but slower. It is at least 52 years of age… Read Full Review

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★★★★☆

“This gun is so awesome me and my son have target...”

Written on: 30/03/2008

This gun is so awesome me and my son have target practice in my backyard. The Daisy Model 105 Buck is a great gun for playing around with. I really like this air rifle… Read Full Review

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★★★★★

“Gun looks very good, super easy to use. fun for...”

Written on: 08/12/2007

Gun looks very good, super easy to use. fun for shooting at cans and stuff.
Very good price… Read Full Review

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★★★★☆

“The gun is accurate, but quickly looses power :-( I...”

Written on: 09/08/2007 by Sallas (2 reviews written)

The gun is accurate, but quickly looses power :-( I shot my friend on the arm at point blank and he didn't even get a blue spot, but he said it was the most painful thing he ever felt… Read Full Review

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“I got this gun in the US for $20. I only got it just...”

Written on: 27/06/2007 by Newbie00 (14 reviews written)

I got this gun in the US for $20. I only got it just because I had never owned nor seen a Daisy and wanted one just for the sake of it.

Obviously this rifle is suited at children and not me. The gun holds more than enough BBs and the gravity loading and cocking system works well. Point the gun up. Cock. Shoot.

The gun is of decent build quality with a wood stock, metal gun and plastic lever and trigger. The gun outputs about 325fps which is ok for children's plinking.

Although the gun has… Read Full Review

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“I bought 6,000 BBs for my Crosman 2100, but read that...”

Written on: 16/10/2006 by ajvenom (18 reviews written)

I bought 6,000 BBs for my Crosman 2100, but read that BBs are not good for the rifling. So I bought the Daisy Model 105 Buck BB rifle for $18.00 for my nieces and nephew to shoot. We have a lot of fun shooting at lines of soda or tin cans about 5 to 8 yards away. It's rated for 350 fps on the box. I am pretty sure it is producing over 300 fps, so don't forget your safety glasses and to handle the rifle safely… Read Full Review

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Starling Death's Response to ajvenom's Review

Written on: 21/12/2006

It's safe to shoot BB's in a combo gun because they use polygonal rifling (or they are smoothbore). The bb will roll along without damaging it, due to the large surface area. Picture a cube with both smooth and ridged walls. If you throw a metal ball into the smooth wall, it bounces off and the cube is unharmed. If you did this to the ridged side, the ridges would be dented. This is conventional rifling.

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Ajvenom's Response to ajvenom's Review

Written on: 29/10/2007

I would also like to say that the powerplant is pretty smooth and able to hit 1 to 2" groupings at 10 meters. The tru-glow front sight helps a lot. Shoots a little low and to the right...but once you adjust your aim you can hit targets consistently.

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Ajvenom's Response to ajvenom's Review

Written on: 23/12/2006

The barrel inside looks like a dodecagon or a 12 sided polygon. I asked an expert about crosman 2100 bb/pellet combo guns. The expert said that the 2100 was designed to shoot both pellets and BBs and that the BBs won't harm the rifling. Because pellets shoot more accurately, I find it hard to shoot BB's with the 2100 any more.

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★★★★☆

“I bought this Daisy Model 105 Buck gun from my friend...”

Written on: 23/09/2006 by Hunt4life32 (13 reviews written)

I bought this Daisy Model 105 Buck gun from my friend for 10 dollars. He got it when he was a kid and I just wanted it to shoot around with. It's good for plinking but not for bird or squirrel hunting. It has a good 400 round bb capacity for those who like to be entertained, for 20$ at Walmart. Get one for a kid. If you're looking for something more serious, then get a Daisy 880 (see my review). Please leave comments. Hope this helps… Read Full Review

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★★★★★

“After owning the Daisy Model 105 Buck gun for only...”

Written on: 06/08/2006 by shootinthesun (1 review written)

After owning the Daisy Model 105 Buck gun for only three months, I decided that this is a good gun for plinking, not for serious target shooting. I did hit the bullseye a few times (by the way, the bullseye is about the diameter of a .177 cal. BB) from 5 meters but it didn't do so very consistently. To aim, since the rear sight is non-adjustable, one must line up the top of the front sight with the top of the rear sight, but you would put the aligned sights on top of the bullseye. At 5 meters… Read Full Review

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“The Daisy Model 105 Buck is a great gun for young kids...”

Written on: 01/08/2006 by Gitrdoneboy22 (7 reviews written)

The Daisy Model 105 Buck is a great gun for young kids learning how to shoot. I know it's been around for 10 years now, because I had one as a kid. It's not a very powerful gun, but its 200 round capacity should keep young children who get bored easily amused for a while. I recommend this gun for every person who wants to teach a young kid how to shoot!… Read Full Review

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“The above ratings take into account the cost and...”

Written on: 09/05/2006 by vinceb (46 reviews written)

The above ratings take into account the cost and intended use of the Daisy Model 105 Buck.

It's sized for a kid, and the fast loading large-capacity magazine means that the kids won't get bored too easily. It's surprisingly accurate for a cheap smoothbore gun, and it is good enough to plink out to 15 yards or so.

While it lacks the potentially lethal power of, say, a model 880, it has enough punch to demand proper respect by the shooter.

Construction is a bit chintsy as one would expect… Read Full Review

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★★★★☆

“This is the first air rifle I ever had and I had a...”

Written on: 12/03/2006 by syberwolff (3 reviews written)

This is the first air rifle I ever had and I had a blast with it.
The low power of 275 FPS damages nearly nothing. Most Air Soft guns are around or above 275 FPS, which proves how harmless the Daisy Model 105 Buck is (Air soft guns are designed for people to shoot other people).

With a 400 shot capacity kids will have hours of fun shooting at nearly anything (except people, even though this gun may be nearly harmless, not all guns are, so make sure you enforce this rule!). Also I wouldn't let… Read Full Review

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Vinceb's Response to syberwolff's Review

Written on: 09/05/2006

WRONG! AND DANGEROUS!
"The low power of 275 FPS damages nearly nothing. Most Air Soft guns are around or above 275 FPS, which proves how harmless the Daisy Model 105 Buck is (Air soft guns are designed for people to shoot other people)."
Velocity (FPS) does NOT equal power. An airsoft gun shoots a plastic BB that typically weighs between .12 and .25gr, while the steel BB weighs a little over 5gr. Since POWER (or muzzle engergy) is proportional to projectile weight, this thing has between 20 and 40 times the power of a typical airsoft at the same velocity.
IN ADDITION, since the steel BB weighs so much more than an airsoft BB and is smaller, it retains much more of its energy during it's flight. It has MUCH GREATER ability to break skin, break windows, and kill small animals.
I've seen a Tanfoglio airsoft gun (210fps, .2gr) draw blood from an adult at about 15 feet. What do you think a Model 105 (with about 34 times the muzzle energy) would do?
Last thing we need are kids thinking that these things are no different from airsoft guns...

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Dennis595's Response to syberwolff's Review

Written on: 16/09/2009

Airsoft ammo is larger and a lot lighter than steel BBS. Many of the air soft guns are shooting well under 200 fps, regardless of what they claim on the box. Do not shoot each other with steel BBs. Eyes are like weak water balloons.

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Gitrdoneboy22's Response to syberwolff's Review

Written on: 01/08/2006

I agree with you as well vinceb

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