The Daisy Airgun Museum | No Lowballers Podcast Episode 23

In this week’s No Lowballers Podcast by GoWild presented by GunBroker.com, we’re talking all about Daisy with Joe from the Daisy Airgun Museum!

Diving in Joe gives us a rundown on the history of Daisy, reaching all the way back to 1886 with the creation of one of the earliest known commercial air guns. He explains how Daisy came to be what it is today, including where the name Daisy came from!

Obviously when we think Daisy everyone thinks of the iconic Red Ryder, but Daisy has some other really solid products like the classic Model 25. Make sure to tune into this episode sponsored by GunBroker.com to hear all about how the Daisy Airgun Museum came to be.

Up next, Allen brings up Buck Jones and how it’s tied to Daisy and the Red Ryder rifle. Joe explains how Daisy transitioned from naming airguns after kids due to worries about how their reputation may end up causing an unfavorable outlook towards Daisy if they went off the rails later in life. We talk the history of TV shows and movies tied to Daisy throughout the years, and Allen brings up most iconic one: A Christmas Story. This year is the 40th anniversary of A Christmas Story and Joe gives us a run down on a limited run Daisy Red Ryder for the anniversary that you can only get at Daisymuseum.com!

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Hear the truth behind the trigger on this show that highlights the insanity, calamity and oddity of firearm history, collectibles and the crazy valuables. Every week historian Logan Metesh of High Caliber History joins the teams at GunBroker.com and GoWild to discuss topics such as mobster favorites, collector pieces, war-time weapons, hunting gun history, competition firearms and more.

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