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Carnell Cap Guns are not very common. I've had a nice set of photos sent to me—right out of the blue. I have also found (so far) one gun that says on the card that it was attached to, "Carnell Roundup - Carnell Manufacturing Co. Inc. Brooklyn, N.Y. - Notch Bar Handle - You notch the special bar with a file every time you beat the draw. Plus! Extra set of handles."

I am hoping that I can get some more photos of Carnell guns.



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Carnell Roundup Rifle
Tim says that this Carnell Roundup Rifle came with the Rawhide sets.

Photos thanks to Tim Tobin
Be Sure To Click On The Thumbnails!



Here's a simple gun that you don't see every day! A Carnell Derringer. Of course the Derringer is one of the most recurring themes (for a gun) in all of Cap Guns, as it seems that almost every major company had to make at least one, but you certainly almost NEVER see the one from Carnell. This one looks very much like the Nichols Dyna-Mite, but Uncle Talley never claimed that he designed the Derringer, merely that he had a good idea and put a bullet in it so that it would fire. And it sold! Boy, oh boy did it sell. Over 4 million! I believe that the Dyna-Mite looks more like this one that any other.

Photo by Robbie Fleming. Thanks Robbie!



Here Carnell used a Nichols Dyna-Mite (Kusan years) to distribute their unusual version.

Photo by Jim Mair



How's this for one heckuva weird set? It has 2 completely different types of Cap Gun set in one! The first one is a Carnell Roundup Cowboy Outfit and the second one is a Dragnet (badge 714) set from the old TV show starring Jack Webb. "Just the facts Ma'am."

Thanks to Jim Mair for the above photo.



This is another version of the "Roundup" series and is a big box because it contained a double holster set.

Thanks to Scott McCollum of Cap Gun Treasures.



The top set (with the original receipt) is from the hit TV show on NBC of Laramie. The bottom Carnell set is from Sundance starring Earl Holliman.
Photo by Belinda Quan from the Chuck Quinn collection.




I couldn't help but put these Bat Masterson Cap Guns on here when Belinda sent them. The chrome one is valuable, but the gold one.......well, just try and purchase one! And the box? !!! These are the short-barreled versions.

Thanks to Belinda Quan for these photos.



And Belinda and Jim have the RARE long barreled Bat Masterson version.

(CLICK ON PHOTO TO SEE A BIGGER PHOTO OF SAME CAP GUN)

Thanks to Belinda Quan for these photos.



Carnell Bat Masterson Cap Gun
Normally I don't put up TEN photos of a Cap Gun, but on this occasion, there was just so much material submitted by good old Doug!

So, I abandoned all sense of reason and put them up anyway.

This is one heck of a rare (and fine) Cap Gun presented by Mr. Doug Hamilton of California.
All photos thanks to Doug Hamilton
Be Sure To Click On The Thumbnails!


Click on this collage of box photos to see them up close and personal.
All photos contributed by Doug Whiteman.



Here's a nifty collection of Maverick gun Mint On Card (MOC). From left to right: Leslie-Henry, Leslie-Henry for Halco, Carnell (probably still by Leslie-Henry), and a Halco Derringer on a Nichols-style belt clip.

Photo by Belinda Quan from the Chuck Quinn collection.



This is a set of Lone Star Maverick Cap Guns, imported from England for Carnell and it is a really nice set. The holster is dead mint.
Photo by Rich Hall of Cap Gun Toys.



Carnell Bunt-Line Special Set
This is a rare set in which Carnell imported the guns from Lone Star. They are very much like the ones above in the Maverick set. The holster is plain beautiful and is very much like my dad's on the homepage of this website.


Thanks to Rich Hall
All photos thanks to Rich Hall
Be Sure To Click On The Thumbnails!



Above and Below! A rare Gray Ghost set from Carnell. The Cap Gun is a Hubley Pioneer that came with the set. This set was also released by Lone Star, but with a matching Cap Gun.

Photos by Scott McCollum.





Carnell Mfg. Co. Maverick Gun

Thank you so much Willy Henson for these photos!





Carnell Cap Gun
Here is a rather unusual Carnell Cap Gun. It is almost the same as the one above, but if you will look, you will find some differences. For one thing, there is a lot of scrollwork on the barrel. For another thing, you don't own one. (ha!) Or at least, you probably don't own one. It's pretty rare.


Thanks to Bill Zide.
All photos thanks to Bill Zide
Be Sure To Click On The Thumbnails!



Carnell Gunslinger-Style Holster Set
Carnell made some of the finest holster set (along with Keyston Brothers) back in "The Good Old Days."

This particular set fits guns about the size of the Nichols Stallion 38.

Thanks to Jim Turner for this contribution!
Be Sure To Click On The Thumbnails!


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