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Mattel® 1965 POCKET SHOT Cap Gun


I guess that I had better explain what this is. It's a 1965 POCKET SHOT Cap Gun in the shape of a pocket knife. It is by Mattel Inc., Hawthorne, California. It is mainly made of hard plastic. The fold-out knife is a softer plastic. The fold-out handle is metal. It is marked with a trademark M and the word ZERO (Agent Zero) on the top. It measures 4 and 1/4 inches when shut. Just press the little lever on the side and it pops out into a Cap Gun. Very neat!

Thanks to Curtis Chute for these photos











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