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PostPosted: Mon Jun 02, 2014 11:20 pm 
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I emailed Daisy about getting a new metal lever for my Red Ryder and here's the parts list and order form they sent me. You can order every part for it and for a good deal, so I just thought I would share. It's great for those who want to rebuild old guns! :D

The only problem is that the shipping price on the form is for the US only. So if you don't live near the border or have friends over there, you may have to call Daisy and ask about shipping to Canada.


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 03, 2014 3:16 pm 
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The other issue is the levers are now a composite plastic

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 04, 2014 3:49 am 
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notec wrote:
The other issue is the levers are now a composite plastic



The order form shows both plastic and metal. I'm ordering the metal one. :)

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I cant for the life of me figure why they would even sell the plastic if you have the option of metal :?

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The two may not be interchangeable depending on when the specific gun was built.

That being said, unless someone has an attachment to a specific gun, throwing money in parts and time on a $40.00 Red Ryder may not be for everyone.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 09, 2014 9:59 pm 
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Does anyone here know how to remove the old lever from the gun? I kinda need to know that. :roll:

notec wrote:
I cant for the life of me figure why they would even sell the plastic if you have the option of metal :?


That's the million dollar question!! :lol:


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The two may not be interchangeable depending on when the specific gun was built.

That being said, unless someone has an attachment to a specific gun, throwing money in parts and time on a $40.00 Red Ryder may not be for everyone.


Never thought of that! I hope the lever fits this model.

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remove bolt and nut?


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pabirdman wrote:
remove bolt and nut?


If it's that easy I would be very surprised! But I hope you're right! :D

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