Monday, August 18, 2014

Cap Gun Monday: Leslie-Henry WAGON TRAIN .44

The Leslie-Henry Wagon Train .44 was 11 inches of bad news to the enemies of Major Seth Adams, Flint McCullough, Charlie Wooster and the gang. Like the Hubley Ric-O-Shay we saw a few weeks ago, this one makes a twanging noise when the trigger snaps back, like a bullet ricocheting off a rock. The finish on this gun must have some real copper in it, because some parts were turning green, and I was able to clean them with lemon juice. 

More non-lethal smoke wagons HERE.


Cap'n Bob said...

Beautiful shootin' iron. I love the scroll work and the grips.

Anonymous said...

Hey... did any company make a cap gun version of Josh Randall's "Mare's Leg" from Wanted: Dead or Alive? ~ Fleet Commander Johnson, PWITCC, RTR

Evan Lewis said...

Marx did that sawed-off rifle in three different sizes. The big (and real) looking model is arguably the second-most valuable mass-produced cap gun there ever was. Wish I had one (or two). Top honors in that category goes to Johnny Yuma's Scattergun, which you'll see here soon.

P.S. I don't believe there is such a thing as retirement from PWITCC. It's sort of like Smersh or S.P.E.C.T.R.E. If you quit, they have to snuff you.