VERY RARE, VINTAGE CAP GUN

$135.00 SOLD
Originally $225.00

Quantity Available: None

Item Code: 611-551

This cast iron, vintage Derringer style toy cap gun is a real beauty from the turn of the 20th century.

Cap gun is marked on both sides with, “MAJOR”. One side is marked above the grip with, “BLANK CARTRIDGES ONLY”.  Patina is semi-bright. Hammer still cocks and trigger mechanism works well. No cracks in the castings.

Cap gun measures 5 ½” across from barrel to hammer x 4” high.  [ad]

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