Actual reproductions In size, shape and deslQn-of the famous SprlnQf!eld
and Carbine rifles, used by the American forces on European and South
Pacific battle fron
The QenuJne Walnut stocks were orlQlnall
made for the
United States Army-were rejected because of sllQht Imperfections In the
wood, and have been refinished so that practically all defects have been
concealed. All the usual metal
except trlQQer Quard, are made of
wood-then Qlven a realistic Qunmetal finish that can hardly be dlstln–
"the real thlnQ." They're much llQhter In welQht than reQu–
lar rifies-welQh only 21/2 paunds. A six-year-old boy can handle them, but
because they're actual size reproductions of real Quns they can be used as
tralnlnQ rifles by drill teams or military academies. Boys also prize them as
wall decorations for their rooms or dens. Both types of Quna have front and
rear slQhta. When trlQQer of either QUn Is pulled- It Qlves a loud "BANG."
To order these Quns.see Individual llstlnQs at rlQht.
COMPLETE DETAILS OF WARDS TIME PAYMENT PLAN ON PAGE 141.
Add Toys to your Time Payment order.
you alrea dy have an account
with us, take advantaQe of our con"enlent "Add-on" pion- no down pay–
ment Is required.
you do not hove on account, you con open one with on
-order of $10 or more. Only 10% down required on toys of any kind or on
other Items priced up to $LO . . . convenient monthly payments a rranQed.
"SPRINGFIELD TYPE" Wooo DRILL RIFLE. Looks like the real SprlnQfleld
. rifle used by our armed forces. Walnut wood stock (described at
with wood·parlll substituted where metal
used on the actual Qun ... then
Qlven a realistic Qunmetal finish. The bolt
on exact copy, In wood, of the
reQular metal bolt, but
not movable. Butt finished to resemble metal
plate. Overall lenQth, 381/2 Inches-approximately the some size op the
real SprlnQf!eld rifle. WelQhs only 2th lbs.... l!Qht enouQh for a small boy
to handle eoa!ly. TrlQQer Qlves loud "bonQ" when pulled.
48 T 779M-ShlpplnQ welQht 3 paunds.
G1 "CARBINE TYPE" Wooo DRILL RIFLE WITK MAGAZINE. Lookalike the real
Carbine Rtfle used by Commando unlts, shown ln almost all battlefront
photOQraphs.•Solld Walnut stock, described at left. All usual metal
' except trlQQer Quard, ore mode of wood, then Qlven a realistic qunmetol
finish. CartrldQe magazine is a good copy, In wood, of the regular metal
magazine. Butt finished to resemble metal plate. Overall length 35\h inches
-approximate slze of real Carbine rifle. Weighs only 2th lbs.... not too
heavy for a small boy to handle. Trigger gives loud "bong" when pulled.
48 T 778M-Shlpi*!g welQht 3 paunds.
Mailable . ........ . .........
listed above, see
paragraph at Jell.