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New method of concealed carry (a bit of levity in these difficult times...)

This is a discussion on New method of concealed carry (a bit of levity in these difficult times...) within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; As a kid growing up my dad bought me the Roy Rogers pearl handle double gun and holster set with the tie down straps..remember it ...

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    As a kid growing up my dad bought me the Roy Rogers pearl handle double gun and holster set with the tie down straps..remember it well..boy was I in charge when wearing those...........
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    Mattel was the GLOCK of 60's toy gun manufacturers. Hasbro couldn't touch 'em for reliability & durability. Topper's OMA (One Man Army) was a jam-o-matic. Remco bazooka was a sure-stopper, but to big for EDC. Marx "Desert Patrol" suppressed luger was nice, but required retro Class II paperwork in '68. Yep, Mattel shooters had a distinct tactical advantage!
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    New method of concealed carry (a bit of levity in these difficult times...)

    I used to play cowboys & Indians as a kid and had a cap gun. Loved Roy Rogers & Dale Evans. I personally thought about having guns in the house until almost 17 yrs ago. I am still somewhat iffy at carrying but I do plan to learn and practice. Thanks for the memories. My age group grew up on Westerns yet so many of them have lost their understanding of American values and a person's right to defend the freedom of their home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    Remember the Mattel belt buckle with the derringer that popped out and fired "shootin' shells"?
    I sure do, I actually had one!
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    Memories... boy, those were the days. Make sure if you do find one of these that you bend low enough as to not sweep yourself

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    Re: New method of concealed carry (a bit of levity in these difficult times...)

    Even though that kids not at school, expell him anyway!

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    I had the cuffs that had the gun hidden back by your wrist; a flick of the hand and the derringer would flip into your palm.

    Of course, it was pointed at your gut most of the time and swept your abdomen when it came into play... but it was fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    Remember the Mattel belt buckle with the derringer that popped out and fired "shootin' shells"?
    Yep, used the Mattel Greenie Stick-em Caps.
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    Great thread. Lots of good memories. I once had a Colt .45 Peacemaker replica(long Colt). Had the holster and the shooting shells to go with it. That thing looked real. It was a toy based on the early 60s TV western "Colt .45" Wish I still had it. Never missed that show.
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    Boy, we had some great toys back in those days.

    Today it's Nerf guns. Will they limited to 10 or 7 rounds?
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    New method of concealed carry (a bit of levity in these difficult times...)

    Maybe this should be aired on prime time TV just for fun
    "The world is filled with violence. Because criminals carry guns, we decent law-abiding citizens should also have guns. Otherwise they will win and the decent people will lose."

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    ...yup...took mine to school first day back from the holiday...had a ND and it bounced off the blackboard...the gun lay in the teacher's desk drawer till May...and I was able to keep it from my Mom...which took some doing!!!
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    Remember the Mattel belt buckle with the derringer that popped out and fired "shootin' shells"?

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    Great toy! As was the belt-buckle derringer!
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    $5.98 ... I'll take one. That brings back a lot of memories and yes, I just dated myself.
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    Holster & hat manufacturers - did you see THAT???
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