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Knickerbocker / Selcol Ray Gun

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Alessandro

A couple of pics of my Knickerbocker-Selcol. This ray gun was made in England by Selcol in the 1960s, but it has the Knickerbocker (Hollywood CA) markings too. I have no idea about the relation between Selcol and Knickerbocker. Is there a US Knickerbocker only (no Selcol) version of this gun? Do you consider this an American or an English gun?

Anyway this is a very nice, big and heavy gun: it shoots 4 darts. There are a lot of copies of this gun, made in Hong Kong, Spain, and also an Italian copy made by Co-Ma, with a slightly different design, but I think the Knickerbocker is the first, original version (on the gun you read: PAT'S APPL'D FOR). :scratchhead:

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bigbang

Here is another version made in Spain.

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Alessandro

Nice pieces guys! Thanks for posting.

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Brian..

There's an Argentinian version with a great box:

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Alessandro

A modern version made in Italy by Plast-valcavallina.

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Lorenzo el Jefe

Thank you so much Alessandro for the mention of ...

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... from super man newbie.

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Tinman

It's a nice gun...here's what I have in my collection:

 

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Golddalek

Is that a gatling gun for darts? 👀

 

I like retro images...I notice the space station has pretty cool take on making the round sections out of segmented strait tubes...interesting.

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