|Max. velocity (fps):||350|
|Stock type:||Pistol Grip|
The 25 was introduced by Daisy in 1914 and it remained a part of the company’s airgunline through 1978. A special edition was produced in 1986 in celebration of the company’s centennial anniversary. Of all of the old Daisy BB guns the company has had requests to bring back, the Model 25 would have to be at the top of that list. Today’s Daisy Model 25 carries on the tradition with features found on some of the earlier models: Stained solid wood pistol grip stock and forearm grip, steel construction, take-down screw and removable screw-in shot tube. The rear sight is adjustable for windage and elevation. Just like on some of the older models, the rear sight can be flipped from open/iron sights to peep sights. There’s even decorative engraving on the receiver. The Model 25 Pump Gun, is a pump action spring 50-shot capacity airgun that shoots BBs with a maximum velocity of 350 feet per second. It’s appropriate for shooters age ten and older under adult supervision.