NOTE AS PER EBAY CAP GUN GUIDELINES: "This replica gun contains the colored markings required by law, including a permanently attached orange plug."
ALSO NOTE: Buyer must be 18 years of age or older to purchase.
Being offered for sale is the vintage "WAGON TRAIN WESTERN SIX-GUN WITH ZING" .44 "REVOLVING CYLINDER" CAP GUN #48 in/on ORIGINAL BOX/PACKAGING by THE LESLIE-HENRY CO. INC. of Mount Vernon, N.Y., circa the 1950's (first available in early 50's Sears Christmas Wishbooks, as per internet research), as seen in the pictures/as described in the title. PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR IMPORTANT CONDITION NOTES. Being offered for sale as-found, uncleaned. May require a thorough detailing to bring to its full potential. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED or your money back...no questions asked!
Excellent, virtually brand new condition with just minor cosmetic wear (due to the open-faced packaging) but NO breaks or repairs. Fully functional with working "ZING" mechanism (makes ricochet sound) & comes with ALL 6 original metal bullets (are pretend/cosmetic only - meaning they don't really do anything & are not needed for the cap gun to work - just a fun bonus feature). Cap gun uses 50 shot roll caps (not included). Packaging is missing 1 of the 3 metal 'staples' holding the gun to the backing (the one at grip, see pics). The 2 remaining hold the gun in place well & the missing 1 allows for the gun to be removed and easily replaced for storage. Box has minor -to- moderate overall wear but remains structurally rigid & strong, like-new. All-in-all, a fantastic example of a very hard to find mid century cap gun toy!! See pics.
DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT:
Box measures 16" wide x 9-1/2" deep x 1-3/4" tall. Gun is 11" long, overall. Total weight in box is 1 lb. 7.8 oz..
PLEASE NOTE: The inflated shipping cost for this item is to help offset the high price of insuring the package at full purchase price. Please take this into consideration and work it into your offer(s).
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