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Super Nu Matic Jr. Paper Buster Gun

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Vintage 1950's Super Nu Matic Jr. Paper Buster Gun Original Great condition. used-Antique

Super Nu Matic Jr Toy gun is in very good to great condition and in great working condition it appears
Lever is strong and tight paint is good 
A great addition to your collection!     
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Cap guns became especially popular when the heroes of cinema and television rode through the West, ridding the territories of villains. Many cap guns were named after or endorsed by leading matinee idols like Roy RogersGene AutryHopalong CassidyThe Lone RangerTontoDale EvansMarshal Matt Dillon, or any of countless others.

The "Golden Age" of cap guns was roughly a 20-year period following World War II when television became popular and such companies as NicholsHubley, Kenton, Kilgore, Wyandotte, Classy, Mattel, Actoy, Esquire, George Schmidt, and Stevens in the USA and companies like Lone Star Toys in the UK made millions of cap guns in various versions. While many had their names patterned after a hero or heroine, many cap guns were also named with western-sounding names, like: "Stallion 45", "Pony", "Mustang", "Pioneer", "Cowboy", "Texan", "Colt 45", "Rodeo", and such.

Children all over the world emulated their heroes by collecting and playing with these toy guns. However, when the Western television shows began to fade away and the heroes retired, the cap gun continued to be produced in military and secret agent modes until the popularity of the tie-in toy guns also diminished, and eventually all of the famous cap gun manufacturers either sold out to other toy companies or started manufacturing other types of toys.

There were many types of cap guns, including guns from small Derringers to larger rifles, and even working miniatures of most of them. One of the last famous ones to sell widely was a toy rifle named after the television show, The Rifleman, which aired from 1958 through early 1963. Other shows lasted longer, such as Gunsmoke (which had 20 seasons lasting through 1975), but these did not have as much 'kid-appeal' as the earlier shows, and the sales of toy cap guns began to decline.

Condition antique shoots great-When you put in roll of paper, pull trigger and BANG!

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