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19th century .22 blanks, boy's cap pistol named Magic

A wonderful example of "the way we were", when boys toys were a little more fun ! This Cast Iron, break top pistol, fires the .22 Blank round, for strictly NOISE !  The forward most trigger, when pulled, tips the barrel end down, and raises the breech for loading and unloading a .22 Blank round. The Cast iron frame is quite ORNATE, with a Vine and Leaf pattern. Even the grips copy the logo of H&R, and are checkered as they should be. Mechanically, the pistol operates 100% correctly, no problems. The pistol is all original, and has the true and perfect Cast Iron patina. Originally the barrel was nickel plated, however little remains, but the frame is as it always was, and in correct color and patina. A true "Boys Toy" of another more sentimental era. 

PRICE $ 175


side view of "Magic" cap pistol cast iron

iron from of cap pistol had ornate vine and leaf pattern

JUNE 30, 2024

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