Monday, February 9, 2015

Cap Gun Monday: Mattel Zero W Fanner 50 (with box & holster)


I have mighty few cap guns in their original boxes, so I feel compelled to show off those I do. Next week, I'll yank this smokewagon out of the holster display it in all its glory. The Agent Zero W line was Mattel's answer to The Wild Wild West, which was of course TV's answer to 007, hence the "Zero."









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5 comments:

Rick said...

Nice gun but you can't beat Mattel's rig for their fanner.

Thanks...

Evan Lewis said...

Yeah, the leather holsters are best. Most of their plastic "Dura-Hyde" holsters are better looking than this one, too. I think Zero W came somewhere near the end of the Mattel line.

Cap'n Bob said...

Wow, I recognize the tools used in the design. I used them when I was pounding leather during my lost years. Spanish, eyebrow, and clamshell. Those were my names for them, anyway.

Oscar said...

I'm glad they sent instructions for that "dangerous" weapon.

Anonymous said...

Never even heard of "Zero W" before. I do remember the "Agent Zero M" toy weapons that came out in the mid-1960's. They were obviously an attempt to exploit the spy-fi (James Bond, Our Man Flint, Man from U.N.C.L.E., etc.) fad.