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Old 06-24-2009, 02:29 PM   #11
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My first two guns came in the SWAT TV kit, along with some handcuffs and a holster for the pistol I believe.

I remember the pistol was a revolver, but the rifle was a full sized M-16 A2 knock off that had this internal sound box that would go "clack, clack, clack" everytime you pulled the trigger.

It was AWESOME. I used to have to be dragged from the front yard where I was shooting invisible invaders.

Ah good times....

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I think my first was an official "Dick Tracy" detective kit, including a snubby .357 (yes, Dick T. carried a .357), tin badge & handcuffs, and two-way wrist radio. No orange plastic tips on the muzzles or our toy guns. Those came many years later. I wonder if that had any influence on my later career choice?

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Two gun Matel Fanner Fifty cowboy rig, just like Hopalong Cassidy.


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I had the cowboy kit. 2 cap revolvers that used the rolls. I hated the red cowboy hat, tho. It felt good to load up and go blastin with both guns a-blazin'. Good times.


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Too many lost brain cells to remember the first, but I do remember some of the best.

Twin revolver cap guns, faux stainless and pearl handles, with leather holsters.

A solid wood and blue steel musket and matching pistol. We set up a fort to defend from Indian attacks. Grilled cheese and Ovaltine for the victors, and we were always the victors.

The James Bond replica water pistol.

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Planet of the Apes was briefly a TV show, and they had a set that came with a gorilla mask and a Thompson. You pulled the bolt back, squeezed the trigger, and the bolt would advance forward, making a clacking noise. Neat thing was, you could fire burst, or spray and pray.

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