Normally I don't grovel and beg for
money, but I am past that stage. Originally we had quite a few who helped us
each month by contributing a little to our cause of maintaining this website.
Not so much anymore. It's a trickle now.
See how many people have helped us one
way or the other over 12+ years at:
Hundreds of wonderful people over 12
Also...The Internet wants a "mobile-friendly" website and we
don't know how to convert a 7,000+ page custom website over to a format where
you can always read it on a smartphone or tablet. Even Google said that this is
the largest "Static" website on the entire internet. But it's
only a matter of time before we lose it all to "progress." I'm old, have only
Windows 7 and my software won't load on a higher operating
system, and I don't know how to keep up with these changes and am worried about
losing it all. If you're an expert, please help by suggesting a
sensible technological upgrade! No two pages are completely alike on this
website. If I could redo 10 pages a day, it would take about 2 years!
I would ask
those who are enjoying this site to PLEASE contribute at least a little
to helping us keep it going. Believe me, even small contributions help! This is
the only site where you are likely to find most of the Cap Guns ever made. The
site will always be free to use, but it's not free for me.
YOU CAN CLICK BELOW TO HELP OUT!
(Contritubutions start at
only $10, but you can make it more if you can afford it.)
refuse to put you on a mailing list
or sell your e-mail address.)
Thank you "History Buffs &
Collectors"Mike Nichols, Texas
Mattel® 1965 POCKET SHOT Cap
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