The Daisy Airgun
located in downtown Rogers, Arkansas, is a
non-profit corporation which preserves and promotes
vintage products and artifacts of the historic Daisy
company while serving as a national tourism
destination for Daisy fans and collectors.
The success of the
Museum is dependant on admission, product sales,
donations and memberships. We invite you to join
the “Friends of the Daisy Museum” to help us
maintain this wonderful facility for future
Do you want to know more about your old Daisy?
to Rogers Arkansas!
If you can come to
Rogers, Arkansas, we’d love to meet you and to hear
your Daisy story. If you can’t make the trip right
now, we’re hopeful that this website will serve as a
virtual tour for you and that you too will read our
history, visit our
online giftshop, share your story with other
online collectors and even pick up an exclusive
limited edition collectible.
Daisy Commemorates the 100th Anniversary of the
Next to the Red
Ryder, no other model of airgun is more closely
identified with the Daisy brand than is the Model
25, pump gun. 2014 marks the 100 year anniversary of
the famous pump gun, designed by Fred Lefever in
1911 and first produced by Daisy in 1914.
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Red Ryder State Guns
Now you can own an authentic Daisy Red Ryder with
your choice of state name with state shape and
official motto laser engraved on the left side of
the stock. Artwork for each of the 50 states is
available in a style which is reminiscent of
postcards from a bygone era.
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The board of directors of the Rogers
Daisy Airgun Museum, a 501(c)3, requests that you
consider a donation to the Museum's foundation.
Our long-term goal is that the
annual asset improvement of a growing foundation
would, someday, entirely underwrite the Museum's
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