Trying to figure out a prop built on a vintage toy

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CharlesHouse

Active Member
I saw a bang gun that operated around the mechanics of an old toy, but I dunno what it was.

It functioned like this, and the trigger shot out a stick with a flag attached, which presumably was T shaped internally to catch the stick rather than eject.

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At the hammer end, there was a string that pulled the flag stick back in place. I have looked into springloaded toys but haven't found a lot. Any thoughts?
 

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ed-209

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Sooooo....you're trying to make the Diamonds Are Forever gun...........(From the cut scene)
Ed
 

clarence

Well-Known Member
being an ol timer has its good points those guns were around years ago The ones I remember the barrel was split the flag was rolled up inside, the trigger allowed the back part of the barrel to swing open the flag was un -rolled by gravity. Well that's How I remember them. I think? They sell them on E-Bay and Amazonm-LDHJieDTKoZf1IItGu_7g.jpg
 
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Funky

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being an ol timer has its good points those guns were around years ago The ones I remember the barrel was split the flag was rolled up inside, the trigger allowed the back part of the barrel to swing open the flag was un -rolled by gravity. Well that's How I remember them. I think? They sell them on E-Bay and AmazonView attachment 494287
that's exactly how those work. Problem is, it doesn't look much like a gun.
 

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