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Be honest now, have you ever seen this version of the Buck 'N Bronc? It says that on the right side of the gun, but on the left side it says, "WILD WEST." This appear to me to be a more primitive version of that series and I had never seen one before.


I get a lot of people from England who have looked up on one of the search engines for Cisco Kid Cap Guns. Why? I don't know. Except I liked him too. You know, Cisco and Pancho. Or Duncan and Leo if you prefer. These are Lone Star Cap Guns and the one on top is the dull finish and the one on bottom is the bright finish. I think the dull finish is the more rare.


It sorta scares me to pieces to think what a set like this is worth and yet Chuck seems to raise them in his backyard garden. I should import some of that California soil. This whole set is DEAD MINT and the Cap Guns are a Mexican Version to boot! After all, the Mexico and Spaniards did invent cowboys, so what can I say? You could visit every Cap Gun show in America and probably not see a set like this.


It sorta scares me to pieces to think what a set like this is worth and yet Chuck seems to raise them in his backyard garden. I should import some of that California soil. This whole set is DEAD MINT and the Cap Guns are a Mexican Version to boot! After all, the Mexico and Spaniards did invent cowboys, so what can I say? You could visit every Cap Gun show in America and probably not see a set like this.


Somebody pinch me. This Cap Gun is so doggone rare that it almost doesn't exist. It has unusual lettering saying, "LONE RANGER" and an unusually large safety level.


I am told that these are Marx Clicker Guns. But I think that somebody designed a clicker gun and then licensed it to everybody but the Russian Army and the Italians. The bottom one is rare with ivory celluloid insert grips w/red jewels. Rubies I guess.


Another clicker gun, but what makes this one rare is the chrome cylinder.




I can't even believe I am seeing this one. It is the same (basically) as the darker one on the Kilgore Page, but has a chrome barrel and frame and marbled grips complete with the box and a manufacturer's ad sheet encased in plastic. This Cap Gun also has the very narrow hammer.



Kilgore Lone Ranger 50 shot mint w/ box with wide hammer & dark finish. Marketing ad too!





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