Davy Crockett Repeater Rifle

Davy Crockett Indian Target Set Toy 1950s Keystone Wood USA

We love our space and Sci Fi stuff but we also love vintage treasures like this absolutely awesome mid 1950s Western Target Set produced by Keystone Wood Toys of Boston, MA. This is the best and largest of a number of various sized shooting ranges produced by Keystone. This spectacular vintage Indian Target Set is currently available from our eBay listings

Davy Crockett Repeater Rifle

Davy Crockett Repeater Rifle

Davy Crockett Repeater Rifle

Davy Crockett Repeater Rifle

Davy Crockett Repeater Rifle

Not only do you get a repeater rifle you also get 4 large caliber projectiles and an authentic Fort Eagle Pass target range to practice with! Unusual museum quality item around 60 years old and… mint in box

Contents are complete and set includes:

  • 21.5 inch long “Davy Crockett Repeater Rifle” with plastic barrel
  • Four safety tip bullets
  • Large “Fort Eagle Pass” backdrop
  • Six die-cut Indian targets and one bear target
  • Free-wheeling stagecoach
  • Covered wagon w/cloth cover w/printed image of cowboy on bucking bronco and “California Or Bust!” text

Shooting game is in excellent condition with bright colorful graphics and is unused, old store stock
Production flaws include dent mark on gun stock, paint mark and rough wood on rear window of stagecoach
The kit comes in original 19 x 22.5 x 3.75 inch deep cardboard box with well worn lid designed to be folded for display

Available now on our eBay listings along with lots of other cool Sci Fi, TV, movie, vintage and classic fun and collectable items

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