A Look at the Leading Brands of Bb Guns Daisy Produces

By: Muna wa Wanjiru

BB guns are a kind of air gun formed to shoot spherical projectiles called BB's after the Birdshot pellet of approx. same size. They can be made sharp, but they are most of the times used for bird hunting. Today's BB guns have a barrel with a bore diameter of 4.5 mm. They are manufactured usually from steel with copper or zinc coating for corrosion prevention and are usually 4.34-4.39 mm in diameter. Some manufacturers also make lead BB's of a little large diameter to be used in rifled gun barrels. Some Asian companies produce plastic BB's for fun purpose.

Airsoft guns are also considered as BB guns or pellet guns, as they can also fire spherical projectiles. Yet, airsoft BB's are 6 mm in diameter and are produced from plastic or other non-metallic materials.

Various manufacturers all over the World produce BB guns. The Daisy is a leading company in manufacturing BB guns. Now, we will see some BB guns from the Daisy brand.

Grizzly Kit: This kit includes everything needed for secure and fun shooting. It consists of 840B Grizzly rifle, shooting glasses, 2 ShatterBlast stakes, 4x15 riflescope, 8 ShatterBlast targets, PrecisionMax pellets and BB's.

Model 105 Buck: It is said that it is America's favorite starter BB gun.
It is light in weight and has easy to use lever action. It is made as an introduction to the air gunning. Its length is 29.8".

Model 840 Grizzly: When young shooters are prepared to improve their shooting skills, the single-pump Model 840 is the great choice. It can be used as a single-shot rifle or a 350 shot BB repeater. Its length is 36.6".

Model 840 Grizzly Camo: This is a true hunting manner rifle so that young shooters can improve their skills by using this. The length is 36.8".

Red Ryder - Remanufactured: These remanufactured BB guns are as good as new, but are few in quantity. You can take benefit of this. Its features are a solid wood stock and forearm. The length is 35.4".

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