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Old 09-08-2012, 11:30 PM   #1
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Does amyone know what a daisy presentation caseless v/l 22 is worth very good condition looks like new with price tag still hanging from trigger1968
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Old 09-09-2012, 12:01 AM   #2
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No, but the ammo is NOT CHEAP over on gunbroker.
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Old 09-09-2012, 01:13 AM   #3
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Search for a guy named FloridaFialaFan, he actually has examples of ALL of the Daisy rifles...
and more knowledge about 'em than any ten people alive...

There were the Collector's Grade (top), Presentation Grade (middle), and that order...

4000 of the Presentation grade from 1968-1969...had a Walnut stock...

Value these days...if in box & with all papers, probably $400-500

Make sure you know the diff between Presentation Grade & Collector's Grade...
only 1000 of the Collector's grade were made, same as the Presentation but with a gold serial plate mounted on the stock,
and way more stuff in the case...brass wall hangers, certificate signed by Daisy Prez...all that jazz
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For NIB, about $350 for the presentation, $500 for the Collector's. Substantial premium for large amounts of the ammo.
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One of the dumbest moves was the time back in the 70s was when a dealer closing his doors offered me a chance to buy 3,000 rounds of VL ammo at half his purchase price. I said no, left and had no clue what that would be worth today.
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