Daisy 250 Scotland Milbro 1965-1974 22cal Reviews



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Daisy 250 Scotland Milbro 1965-1974 22cal


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Reviewer: ed
Recommended: Highly Recommended
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I have to disagree with the other review my dasiy 250 is very accurate will shoot 450 fps with 14.3 grain pellets excellent trigger very light weight mine has a small scope rail so i mounded a compact 4xpower scope shoots grat out to 25 yds If you can find one for less 150.00 buy it!!! very fun gun build to last a life time made was made in 1964 47 years ago an still shooting great.


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Daisy 250 Scotland Milbro 1965-1974 22cal


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Reviewer: Skillet
Recommended: Not Recommended
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Mine is pretty rough and not the match of my German/Diana 25. They are supposed to be the same gun, but the Scot-gun would not take a replacement Diana 25 mainspring until I cut a couple of coils off. Found a broken reamer-bit embedded in the leather piston seal when I rebuilt it. Shoots abt 450 fps with .22 pells, but doesn’t group very well.
Tried re-crowning the barrel… didn’t help accuracy much.
Slugging the bore reveals rough spots.
Mine must have been made by a couple of hung-over Scotsmen on a monday morning…
No choke at the muzzle (you will feel these on a proper Diana when you slug a pellet through). Will let this one go cheap. Have over 50 airguns and not too impressed with this one.