Another Vintage Toy Gun from the 60's!!

Another Vintage Toy Gun from the 60's!!

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    Talking Another Vintage Toy Gun from the 60's!!

    I had one of these too.........

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-l_4xMjZu5g

    This one's cheaper than the Johnny Seven OMA........

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    My nephew would love that! Are they available now?

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    That is way cool. There is a button on the briefcase to allow you to fire the gun through a hole in the case! How cool is that? Even cooler is it actually shoots those wooden bullets. Man, that would have been a cool toy.

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    Who remembers these? The Mattel Fanner 50 with "Greenie" stickem caps.

    YouTube - MATTEL FANNER 50 SHOOTIN' SHELL CAP GUN COMMERCIAL

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    Quote Originally Posted by archer51 View Post
    Who remembers these? The Mattel Fanner 50 with "Greenie" stickem caps.

    YouTube - MATTEL FANNER 50 SHOOTIN' SHELL CAP GUN COMMERCIAL
    OK now I want one (or three) of those too!!
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    Man I love those old commercials we were so innocent in those days (in a good way)

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    Quote Originally Posted by archer51 View Post
    Who remembers these? The Mattel Fanner 50 with "Greenie" stickem caps.

    YouTube - MATTEL FANNER 50 SHOOTIN' SHELL CAP GUN COMMERCIAL
    I remember that one. Just think those commercials would be banned nowadays as being too violent.
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    Wasn't there a "Man From Uncle" briefcase? It had a secret hidden knife, other gizmos and if opened with wrong combination - a cap gun thingie would simulate it exploding.
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    How about the Mattel Zero M Sonic Blaster? Loud bang and a blast of air!

    I noticed a couple of "spy" kits in the toy section at Costco the other day. Noted the lack of a pistol. No self-respecting junior spy of the cold war error would be caught without a PPK, or a Luger, or P-38.
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    I had both the Johnny Seven OMA and the Secret Sam. It was fun growing up during the'60s when boys could still play with toy guns without being considered some kind of sociopath or enemies of the state.

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    Wow does this thread make me feel my age, yes I remember these. Back then all of us kids had toy guns and no one was concerned in the least. Back then if a boy didn't play cops and robbers or war they were an odd duck....
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    Quote Originally Posted by GunnyBunny View Post
    OK now I want one (or three) of those too!!
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    Can someone help me find a certain toy? I remember seeing the commercial on YouTube before, but forgot to favorite it. It was a detective kit, came with a cap firing Tommy gun, a snub nose .38 in a shoulder holster, and the commercial had Otis the town drunk from the Andy Griffith show in it. I'll assume it's from the 50s or 60s as the commercial was in black and white.

    *sigh* I do miss the days when the cap guns I owned were made of metal, didn't have to be painted in some flourescent paint or have a stupid orange plug, and I could walk down the road to my best friends house with them to play war out in his front yard. I think if a kid tried that today they'd call swat out on him.
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    The coolest toy gun we had at my house was the Ghost Gun. It was a WWII style submachine gun with a built in projector that put pictures of ghosts on the wall. When you pulled the trigger it poked holes in the ghost. It was a blast.

    We ran out of the ghost film fairly quickly and it became just another toy gun. Pity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rottkeeper View Post
    Wow does this thread make me feel my age, yes I remember these. Back then all of us kids had toy guns and no one was concerned in the least. Back then if a boy didn't play cops and robbers or war they were an odd duck....
    +1. I remember all of these...
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