Discussion in 'On Topic' started by thomor25, Oct 15, 2007.
damn, I was born in the wrong time period.
That commercial brings a tear to my eye.
shit for $4 id get one
I never see cap guns or anything like that in toy stores any more. What do little boys play with nowadays?
Hell they're fun, I've had more than my share, but that being all I did . . . I could imagine. Hell when I was young even roller skating and then blading by yourself was fun.
I remember some of those cap gun, nothing as sweet as that one, but still have a hammer that you could thumb back and then the revolver type. Even back then I love the smell of the gun powder.
Dude 4 bucks hell yeah.
I never had a Sega or Nintendo or anything when I was growing up. My mom always told me to go play outside.
I never knew why I loved the smell of gunpowder but it just has this great smell
and it's only inflated in price twice it's original value..plus years of abuse lol
what about ammo?
and how come the one in the commercial has no orange....
I dont think its the same one.
I remember when I was little they still had all the realistic looking toy cap guns
I can remember the days when Toys-R-Us had a gun aisle, and none of the guns had orange tips.
As for the video games, when I was a kid that was for when it was raining, otherwise it was outside until it was dark.
lol I remember these. Had those round red caps that went into it. I had something similar that would take the paper roll of caps.
Auction says its been fitted with a barrel plug to comply with Ebay policy. I imagine anything that can throw a projectile is considered a gun.
Growing up, even though we had a gun-friendly house (everyone in my mom's side of the family is quite a shooter), I never had toy guns. If you were to ask my Granddad, he'd say there was no such thing. The first time I asked for a toy gun, a plastic M-16, my mom got me a daisy air rifle instead. Said it was better that I get an actual gun (or at least something that shot projectiles) and the responsibility that comes with it, than to get something that looked and felt like a gun but would be treated like a toy.