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This Nichols Model 94 Carbine was one of the few rifles produced. It was a 250 shot repeater and used the standard roll caps instead of bullets. It came by itself and also you sometimes see it with some Cowpunchers in a set. I have one of those.


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Photo thanks to Robert Nichols



Nichols Model 94 Carbine
Folks, this is another one of those Cap Guns that is super rare! Most people will never own this one and that is not because they don't want one, it is because there just aren't many out there! And to rub alcohol into a cut, Rich just happens to have a beautiful one that is still on the card! From the "Rich Hall Smithsonian."

All photos thanks to Rich Hall



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