Rogers Daisy Airgun Museum Goes Hog Wild

daisygunhogThere are lots of ways to show you are a Hog Wild fan, and here’s an awesome new one. This product not only says you love the University of Arkansas Razorbacks, it also says you are Arkansas through-and-through and represents Americana at its best. It’s the Arkansas Razorback Red Ryder BB gun, now available exclusively through the Daisy Airgun Museum in Rogers.

The fully functional lever action, 650-shot Daisy Red Ryder Carbine has an image of the UA Razorback laser engraved into the left side of the wooden stock. Daisy is licensed to produce the gun through Collegiate Licensing Company.

It’s a unique source of pride for alumni as well as younger Hog fans and Daisy collectors everywhere. Daisy is a long-standing member of the northwest Arkansas community and offering this gun recognizes the significant impact Razorback sports have on this region.

The cost is $59.95. You can have a name and class year laser engraved on the gun’s forearm for an additional$19.95. Buy your University of Arkansas Razorback Red Ryder BB gun Here!

Since 1960, Daisy’s corporate offices in Rogers have housed an impressive airgun collection. In 1999, the company decided to share that collection through a first-class, entertaining museum. Today, the museum can be found in the brick-paved historic sector of the downtown in a building which dates to 1896. It attracts more than 1,700 visitor a year from almost every state in the continental U.S. and several foreign countries. Gun and history enthusiasts come to see the antique airguns dating to the 1600s.

You’ll also enjoy seeing the complete line of current Daisy products and the gift shop.

Make plans to see the Daisy Airgun Museum. Click here to see other local attractions and plan your visit.

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