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Previous trade name of BB rifles manufactured by Henry C. Hart Company located in Detroit, MI, circa 1890 to 1900. These were spring piston BB rifles using a top lever for cocking; similar in this function to the First Model Daisy introduced in 1889. Cast iron parts made them more substantial and heavier than contemporary BB rifles. Promoted as the only repeating BB guns on the market, they actually were single shots, which, like some of the early Daisy "repeaters," could be fed BBs one at a time from a built-in magazine.

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