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Daisy Airgun Museum

Daisy History

Rogers has been home to Daisy and its notable airguns since 1958 when the organization moved its corporate workplaces to Northwest Arkansas. The Daisy Airgun Museum is a non-benefit enterprise that values perserving and advancing vintage items and antiquities of the noteworthy Daisy organization while filling in as a travel industry objective for Daisy fans and gatherers from everywhere. The exhibition hall dwells in the block cleared roads of downtown Rogers in a structure that traces all the way back to 1896. While you are examining the amazing assortment of old fashioned airguns, some of which date back to the 1600s, make certain to appreciate the air and engineering encompassing you in the gallery.

Airguns, More Airguns and More

At the point when you enter the exhibition hall, you venture into an antique-filled labyrinth of airguns, bundling, promoting, and other memorabilia. The airguns are sequentially introduced to guests, characterizing periods in Daisy history as you travel through the historical center. You don’t need to be a Daisy authority or airgun fan to see the value in the exhibition hall. Guests wanted to think back and discover the Daisy they possessed as a youngster and to perceive how the Daisy BB Gun has developed as the years progressed.

Prior to leaving, make certain to peruse the gallery blessing shop where you can track down some great mementos. You can fill uncommon dedicatory metal jars with BBs or even purchase your own Red Ryder. As a token for visiting the gallery, every guest leaves with their own gatherer’s emblem planned distinctively for every year.

Daisy National BB Gun Championship Match

Daisy National BB Gun Championship Match is held in Rogers each late spring. Every year more than 50 mentors bring 7-part, 4-position, 5-meter BB firearm groups (5 shooters and 2 substitutes) to the Daisy Nationals. Competitors viewing for this honor are somewhere in the range of 8 and 15 years of age. People in general is welcome to join in and cheer on the members, so write in your schedules to visit Rogers around Independence Day consistently. You can study the match and where and when to go to by visiting the authority site.

Historical center Information

The exhibition hall is open Monday through Saturday from 9am to 5pm. It is situated at 202 W. Pecan Street in midtown Rogers. The historical center charges $2 per individual for a long time 16 and more established and incorporates a sound visit. Visit the Daisy Airgun Museum site or call them at (479) 986-6873 for more data. Follow them on Facebook for additional updates also.

479-202-4440