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Mosin m44 BB replica, nuts

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Re: Mosin m44 BB replica, nuts

#16 Post by 72 usmc » Tue Dec 18, 2018 11:54 am

I remember my favorite gun back in 1957 was the Mattel shooting shell, Dick Tracy .38 snub nose. It came with a badge & holster. The pistol actually had green stickem caps that were placed on the end of a spring loaded shell that shot a small plastic bullet that always got lost. You had the cap noise and the bullet that came flying out. As a kid, how cool was that. My best toy of all time other than my 1951 Lionel train. A neat toy pistol back in the good old days. Here is a picture.

Now they cost as much as a real pistol? Back in 1970 when I went into the Marines, Ma was still finding those plastic tips in the basement and flower beds around the house. :lol: :lol: That next Christmas Grand Ma got me 20 packages of the tips as a present. I had an ammo stock pile! Just think if I would have kept them NOS and actually made 70-80 bucks on each package :doh: :doh: One always had plenty of shells, but no bullet tips. The glamor wore off when dad got me a youth gun, single shot .22 rifle a few years later. I think I was 12 or 13. He worked at Schlitz, so I had plenty of steel cans to shoot at. I always saved the ruby red shorties( bottles).
NOS in the box at approximately $350-500 and an original package of bullets NOS, figure $75-100 :snooty: :think:
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Re: Mosin m44 BB replica, nuts

#17 Post by indy1919a4 » Tue Dec 18, 2018 12:24 pm

Loved greenie stick-m-caps

Lest not forget Johnny Eagle

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W05fR5c3GYg

Johnny 7 oma

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hGhYbg3KVu0

and the best of best

Defender dan

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYGBwECKyf8

back to reality here, so went on the you tube of the webs looking for those links
came across this one with boys toys and I first had to approve viewing because
the internet community has found them offensive.. I can not wait to see what the internet community thinks
of me

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=reeWHLqedIw

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Re: Mosin m44 BB replica, nuts

#18 Post by 72 usmc » Tue Dec 18, 2018 3:27 pm

GI joe was a later generation, we had metal soldiers then the plastic ones that came in bags. I can not believe they got it posted as such. Like some of the stores that do not stock the gun magazines or the doctor/dentist offices that do not have sporting or gun magazines. We must have been poor kids , since none of us had such cool toys. Around 62- 63 most of the kids starting their teens had .22's. Most had .410 shot guns by then and we would shoot out in the woods surrounding the farms. Heck, dad always had a loaded 12 gauge near the back door for bad critters. Ma even bow hunted back then. We lived near a huge mash- tamerac swamp-- lots of deer, rabbits, quails, grouse, squirrels, & ducks. Every guy and most of the tomboy gals had a rifle. :clap: We all could still see sharp as a hawk, and hit what we aimed at.
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Re: Mosin m44 BB replica, nuts

#19 Post by ffuries » Tue Dec 18, 2018 11:09 pm

The plastic toy soldiers were a mainstay around our house when j was a kid. Just found these recently, kind of reminded me of my childhood, though we didn't have the accessories.
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Re: Mosin m44 BB replica, nuts

#20 Post by 72 usmc » Sun Dec 23, 2018 9:53 am

It seems in Britian they offer a SMLE BB replica https://hardairmagazine.com/news/lee-en ... ting-show/

a goofy stock
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Also not offered in the US is the #4 with real wood, but an airsoft toy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5wEHeHB1CA

a little better looking
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Again on both most of the real markings are missing. I guess it just makes the Umerax Luger and the Webley revolver just that much better as a replica.
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Re: Mosin m44 BB replica, nuts

#21 Post by indy1919a4 » Wed Jan 02, 2019 1:39 pm

Bumped into this looking for other things.. Heck of a paintball toy...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sx06J0MEGzo

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Re: Mosin m44 BB replica, nuts

#22 Post by Stahlhelm » Wed Jan 02, 2019 4:29 pm

Kinda expensive for a bb gun. I paid $79.00 for a really nice, honest-to-gawd Tula in 7.62x54R just about 5 years ago. And it came with bayonet, sling, ammo pouches, a tool kit and oil bottle. :lol:

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