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    Posted: 28 Apr 2016 at 9:07pm
The little 2" gun is marked "Thailand", "Angel Pistol" is Taiwan, "Inspector Gadget" gun is from Greece, so I have no idea what the writing says or what it actually shoots. Last is the water pistol which I think has more of a "Wildey" vibe due to gas adj. collar.

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Thanks for posting these pictures.  I really like the Gadget pistol with those grips !! Don't shoot cats Gadget !
 I would guess the 2" gun is a small squirt gun.  Maybe it was filled with sweet juice at one time ? 
The Angel gun may be too stylized to be an Auto Mag toy, or, the grapes are sour. 
Post more pictures, I like to see these.  I saw a metal half Luger, half Auto Mag while working in Spain in the 90's. 
 
If this picture posts ok, the bottom one is one of many I built from a plastic model kit.   They would be worth more if I had left them unfinished.  The size is real nice for medium size hands, maybe in 10mm ? 
 
The top one is one I had to buy a box of 12 of in Tokyo at a wholesale only warehouse.  It fires a "laser" beam to hit a reflective target. 
The laser beam bounces back to a photo cell on the gun and your score is recorded.  The sound effects are as entertaining as the shooting.  The magazine well is packed with batteries. 
 
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Thx, Bruce, but the little guy is solid. Probably a prize from a coin-op machine?

Except for the front part of top rib, the Angel gun is VERY similar to your laser gun. Look at 'em SxS.

Still cant find any of the "silenced" models I think you have. Would love to have just one of those!
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Originally posted by USA 1776 USA 1776 wrote:

Thx, Bruce, but the little guy is solid. Probably a prize from a coin-op machine?

Except for the front part of top rib, the Angel gun is VERY similar to your laser gun. Look at 'em SxS.

Still cant find any of the "silenced" models I think you have. Would love to have just one of those!
 
I believe my Laser Mag was used as a model to create your Angel gun. 
The Laser Mag has a photo-Cell to receive the reflected Laser beam.  The photo-cell is located in front of the trigger guard under the barrel.  The Angel gun has this same shape here and for no reason.   The unique shape of the bottom of the magazine on the Laser Mag is to secure the batteries.  Also zoom in on the front of the barrel below the front sight.  A unusual vertical line is on both guns too.  The Angel gun also has the "sound" and "power" buttons on it. 
It is fun to see a drawing of Mack Bolan holding an Auto Mag and determining what the artist used as a model for the gun. 
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Told ya it was freaky! Helluve coincidence, too. I know you didn't pick that gun to post because it was similar to mine, but...there ya go!
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totally awesome fellas I have a few toys myself and will post pictures when I become a little bit more computer literate. I have finally come to the conclusion on why they call them smart phones, about the time you figure yours out it's outdated. BDS
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the rubber band blowback gun would be a nice collector's piece
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Heres a few more...Bruce, I know you have the Power Ranger one and I just found this one NIP like yours. Last one is pic of pic, but thought it was still cool enough to share. The "grenade" is a water reservoir!!



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This one is from Spain by Coibal. Must shoot darts, has square hole in muzzle.
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This one is not an exact copy, but I think they were definitely using an AMP as a model...

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