Not really. Attended a large, multi-day Flea market spread over a 125 acre fairgrounds. This old guy pushed his little two wheel cart over a good chunk of those acres Thursday,Friday and Saturday. Didn’t have any steam left to try it again yesterday. I really only scratched the surface and missed entire sections of exhibitors. But in my scratching, I did shake out some Daisys. (See how I worked in the ‘fleas’ reference there?)
So, in no particular order-
A new in box 953. This is the fiber optic sight, 5 shot model
A new in clamshell package Red Ryder celebrating ‘125 years’- 2011
A twentieth anniversary PowerLine 880 (1992) in excellent condition, but missing the trigger guard. Still, it pumps and shoots hard.
A new in box PowerLine 880 from 1991
And a model 1894 from 1975. Missing a couple screws and front sight. Above average condition. Still loaded with BBs but I’m going slow with this one due to the missing receiver screws.
Total cost for the 5 guns was $160. Now there were lots of vintage BB guns- Red Ryders, Buzz Bartons, etc. that had some pretty high price tags. I’m not a collector and don’t if those were good prices or not. I seem to accumulate ‘shooters’ and the 880s can shoot.
I enjoyed myself and met and talked with a bunch of nice folks.