This type of question is very hard to answer. If I asked you how much is my 57 Ford worth the first thing you would ask is. What condition is it in, is it still working. Is it is Poor, Fair, Good, Very good or Excellent condition. The same thing goes for rifles and pistols. You need to state the condition and if it still is working. Without that information it is not possible to give you an estimate of value.
daisy model 95B, condition wood still good but needs redone, metal good just needs good cleaning. thx for answer roddluna.
I'm going to assume it's in good condition from your answer. Assuming it not 95 models Timberwolf, Pony express or the Gold Rush 95 models. it would be worth $25 to $35. In perfect condition, like new, it would be worth $50. If it was the Gold Rush model 95 in good condition it would be worth $70 to $80
Source "Blue book of airguns" 8 edition
In Fair condition it would be worth between $15 - $25.
It is hard to answer you with out knowing the condition of the rifle. You will need to give a description of it in order to get an answer. However you can contact Daisy. Daisy offers a free service to tell you more about your Daisy. See the link below.
What model? You also need to state the condition of the BB gun. model is 95B. You have not stated the "Condition" of the rifle so I can only give you an average price. $30
To get an estimate of value you will need to state the condition of the rifle. Is it Poor, Fair, Good, Very Good or Excellent. Is it still working?
There were several model 95's. The 95 (1962-76), 95a (79-80), 95 Timberwolf (2002-04), 95 Pony Express (1999) and the Gold Rush (1999) However the original 95A in good condition is worth around $25 -$35. I have no listing for the 95B
What condition is it in
I have a Daisy vac. with a pat.# from 1907. Can not find info on it.
The Daisy model 1938-B was new in 1979. In like now condition it is worth $40 ( Bluebook of airguns)
After considerable research I can find NO information on a Daisy Model 198. Are you sure that it's not a model 1938. I suggest you contact Daisy directly. They offer a free service to give you more information about your old Daisy. "See the link below."
There are about 9 different versions of the 1894 Daisy. The standard version was made between 1961-86 and NIB it would be worth $125. however if it is a commemorative model it would be worth more. If it's Sears, JC Higgins model it would be worth less.
The Model 188 was made between 1979-89. In excellent condition it is worth $45
Your best answer should come from Daisy. Daisy offers a free service to answer questions about old Daisy airguns see the link below.