Most cap guns had plastic grips, meant to resemble the wood, ivory or pearl of real weapons. But a special few—like this one from the Leslie-Henry Company—had grips made of metal. These are especially cool because they're tinted to look like copper, and engraved specifically for this gun. This model is also unusual for its pop-top cap loader. Most Leslie-Henrys, like the Davy Crockett shown HERE, had the more common hinge arrangement.