Monday, June 1, 2015

Cap Gun Monday: Halco MAVERICK 45

This Maverick 45 is 10 1/2 inches of solid copper-toned metal, and a fine example of capgunsmithing. The 'H' brand stands for Halco, a toy distributor that farmed out the manufacturing to other cap gun companies. This one was made by Leslie-Henry, the same outfit that brought us last week's smaller Maverick pistol. That rearing pony was the Leslie-Henry trademark.

There are now more than 50 weapons in our Cap Gun aresenal. That's HERE


Cap'n Bob said...

Was this a TV show tie in? Nice gun.

Evan Lewis said...

Yeah, I suspect all the Maverick guns (I've posted three so far) were marketed as TV tie-ins.