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Daisy Outdoor Products Red Ryder Gun, Brown/Black, 35.4-Inch

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  • 177 Cal BB gun rifle with steel smooth bore barrel
  • 650 shot capacity
  • 350 fps max velocity
  • Lever-cocking, spring air action
  • Stained solid wood stock and forearm with blade and ramp front and adjustable rear sight
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Product Description

From the pages of comic books to the big screen, the Daisy Red Ryder is an all-time classic. With its solid wood stock and forearm and lariat ring with a leather thong, the most popular BB gun in the world remains faithful to its original design. This 650 shot carbine is the spitting image of the one you cherished growing up and its legendary status continues to grow.

About Daisy Outdoor Products:
Remember your first airgun? The excitement. The pride. The fun. For millions of today's shooters the name on that first gun was Daisy. Today, we're still the first choice when it comes to introducing a young shooter to airgunning. Simple, easy-to-use designs. Safety features built-in. Ideal for developing shooting and marksmanship skills--Daisy covers the beginner airgun market like no other. For 125 years, Daisy Outdoor Products has been teaching America to shoot safely. Our brand is woven through generations of the fabric that makes up this great nation we all call home. From the most recognizable of all our products, the Daisy Red Ryder and the Model 25 Pump, to our line of quality affordable adult PowerLine Rifles, such as the Model 880, our brand evokes memories of responsibility granted, lessons learned, fun times shared with parents and grandparents and most of all the beginning of a lifelong enjoyment of the shooting sports. Daisy Outdoor Products is the world's oldest and largest manufacturer of air guns. Daisy’s brands include Daisy, PowerLine, Winchester Air Rifles and AVANTI training and match competitive airguns and Precision Max ammunition and accessories. It all starts here, with a Daisy. Take Pride. It’s a Daisy.

Product Details

Package Type: Frustration-Free Packaging
  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 39 x 6 inches ; 3.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001IB4SBM
  • Item model number: 991938-311
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (573 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,889 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

This is a very accurate gun.
Rebecca F Lipscomb
Overall, this is a great first BB gun for anyone wanting to teach their kids firearm safety and have fun while doing it.
MN Sun
I purchased this Daisy Ryder BB gun for my son, and he loves it.

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324 of 336 people found the following review helpful By R. Thompson on April 15, 2006
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While not the most powerful or accessorized BB gun, this classic rifle is still on the market for a reason. Good simple fun. It's elegant, uncomplicated, and VERY accurate. It's ideal for shooting targets at ranges up to about 30 feet or so. I generally shoot mine from 20 feet, and even from that distance it will pierce aluminum cans. Very easy; you just cock, aim, and shoot. This is good gun to introduce someone to BB guns and gun safety, or even for experienced veterans who just want to have some fun.

I'll break this down into pros and cons since those are so popular:


1. Accurate. I can't stress this enough; mine shot very straight right out of the box with no adjustments to the sight.

2. Quality. This is a very rugged gun and can take some abuse. Made almost entirely out of metal and wood.

3. High BB capacity. Just dump those 650 BBs into the opening along the barrel, close it, and you're ready to go.

4. Simplicity. No pumping, no CO2 cartridges or speed loader clips to fiddle with. Just 1 cock and you're ready to fire.

5. Low Maintenance. I've never had this gun jam on me or give me a problem. You probably will want to oil it every now and again, but I've even let that go for a long time and didn't have problems.


1. Not super-powerful. This is not a gun that will just blow holes in whatever you point it at, and it's not for hunting small game. It will, however, shoot through cardboard, aluminum cans, and similar materials from decent distances.

2. No accessories. No red-dot scopes, laser sights, tactical slings, or lights etc. I suppose you could attach those with duct tape, but why bother? The straightforwardness of this gun is part of the appeal.
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71 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Lance_big_daddy on January 24, 2011
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Like other reviewers here, my son brought the gun to me after using it for just a few minutes saying that it would no longer cock. I knew about the ratcheting mechanism since I had been cocking it for him up until that point. However, when I took it from him and tried to cock it for him there was no ratchet or resistance. It felt like the cocking mechanism internally had broken. I then researched it and saw many reviews (not just on Amazon) of people having the same problem. Like me, those people were disappointed that the gun from their childhood memories was now cheaply made and broke so soon.

I am an Arkansan and don't live far from where these guns are made in Rogers, AR. So I called the company to tell them about my problem. The lady told me to try pulling the cocking lever up to the point where it stops and then pull a little further...kind of a hard pull. I did that and, sure enough, it solved the problem. My son had stopped 1 click short. It tricked me just as it has tricked others. So if you have this problem this is likely the solution.

Which bring me to my last point, and I hope someone from Rogers reads this. I, very politely, told the lady thank you for the solution and asked if I could offer a tip. I said "You may want to put a red card or something in the box with the gun detailing this solution since it tricked me into assuming the gun had broken. You are getting negative feedback online at many sites, including Amazon and Cabelas, for a problem that is not really a problem. It tricked me and has tricked others so you might want to try and make it clearer to avoid bad reviews". I assumed this tip would be appreciated. Boy was I wrong.
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87 of 97 people found the following review helpful By aruablime on February 14, 2005
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I got this gun about 3 or 4 years ago and it is still working like it is brand new. My brother got one too and his still works! It has great accuracy and can hold a numerous amount of ammo. Takes awhile to get strength for cocking it over and over again but is still amazing. This is a great beginners gun and is a awesome gun to add to your colection!
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75 of 84 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on December 11, 2004
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This gun is pretty cool. A great gun for anyone whos just beggining. I developed marksmenship skills with it, and then progressed to some bigger stuff. Its a great gun, especially for people who want to have fun with an airsoft/BB gun and dont wanna spend alot.
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37 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Bugman on August 21, 2013
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I agree that when this gun fires, it is lots of fun, and perfect for a 10-year old. But should have listened to MANY many reports of these guns jamming after a day, a week a month. Bought this for my son and after 4 weeks, got a BB jam, had to throw the gun away.

The main reason NOT to buy this gun is that when a jam occurs, unlike most other guns, you CANNOT simply clear the jam by passing a ramrod through the muzzle into the breech. You CANNOT disassemble the gun and clear the jam yourself. Unfortunately once it jams, you either throw it away, or yes, you can send it back to Daisy in Arkansas - but for me that is $20 shipping fee, obviously not worth it.

Read the tons of reports of jams: google this: "reviews cabellas(dot)com red ryder". And you'll see I'm not making this up.

Do your research, download your air rifle manual before you buy - and get any one of the following. In all of the guns I mention below, you can clear a jam merely by inserting a 1/8" steel rod through the breech, and pushing the deformed jammed BB into the breech where you can dump it out. You can buy a 1/8" steel rod at Lowes for $2. You cannot do this in a Red Ryder. Here's a list of some quality guns that CAN be cleared by the user, in somewhat order of those for children vs. adults: Crosman 760 Pumpmaster ($40, 625 FPS), Crosman 2100B ($53, rifled barrel and claimed 755 FPS), Daisy Black Grizzly 840 ($44, 335 FPS), Daisy Powerline 880($50, 36" length, BB 800 FPS claimed, rifled barrel)

I've had bad experience with the Crosman Copperhead BBs - many are deformed and cause jams in any one of my 3 guns. If that happens just once in a Red Ryder, the gun has to go to the trash. My working theory is that the Zinc-coated BBs may be better, so I'll only use those for now.
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