Two gun Kid

Two gun Kid

I always liked the dairy cow vest. I don't know why.

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7 years 25 weeks ago, 5:18 PM

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Secretary of Homeland Security
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Oct 2009
New York, NY, Ascension Island
look familure

Pop called me "cowboy" till the day he died.. and man i had a hard time dealing with a base ball glove and a fanner 50 (remember them) .. This is for real, when all the kids would get together in the neighborhood to play ball i was in the mix, but always had one straped on (a gun ebear, a gun) .. looking back at it i don't think i ever had a pair.. just one, and of course the daisy.. maybe the bb gun was later tho.. anyway sure brings back memorys.. do you remember the smell of the caps..

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7 years 25 weeks ago, 5:28 PM


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General of the Army
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Dec 2009
West Texas
Cap guns

I'd fan that puppy till it looked like an accountants adding machine tape rolled out of it.
Rip that sumbeech off and reload.
Maybe that's why I like the smell of burnt gunpowder so much.

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7 years 25 weeks ago, 6:07 PM


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Dec 2009
Live in the wilderness, Republic of Texas, United States

sweetest cap guns ever made.

But talk about sweet, I had my hands on a Taurus Raging Bull
about an hour ago, 8in mag port 454 Casull
Wife would have used it on me if I brought it home $500.00
Don't know what I need it for but damn it felt good

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6 years 46 weeks ago, 10:30 PM


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Brigadier General
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Feb 2011
Tyler, Texas, United States

I love checking the pics y'all post! Just ran across this one. I remember that comic. Yea, I had cap guns too. I'm with you Vaq, I think cap guns gave me a love for burnt gunpowder too. I think I could buy a box of 5 rolls of caps for something like a dime or so. I never did figure out how many times you could shoot without reloading. I do know that over the years I probably shot several thousand rolls. I also know that I wore the (hammer) springs plumb out on several of those cap guns. The pistols and the rifles both. I even had, at one time, a daisy bb pistol that looked like an old colt peacemaker. It was one of the spring guns and the last time I remember shooting it, the bb just barely made it out of the barrel. Guess I wore the springs out on it too. I also had two bb rifles one was a daisy model 25 and the other was a daisy that looked like a winchester model 1894 lever action. I never got the red ryder one, mine was the other one. Many a sparrow fell prey to those guns. So did a few matches. Good thing my grandmother can't see this now, she would have had my hide for using her good matches for targets. I am lucky though, I never shot anyone's window with one.

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