I recently picked up these three 60's-70's pistols. The Mak's is a classic gun covered here several times, most recently under Alessandro's post; My Barbarella Ray Gun: http://danefield.com...rella-ray-gun/. A 9 inch hard plastic water gun.
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The second is a nifty little cubist pistol, made by Azrak-Hamway in 1978. They made a few decent guns, I have two other in my collection as well. I like the sparse clean lines and the little flip-up sight at the back. A 4.5 inch water pistol in hard plastic.
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The last gun is also kind of neat, in that it was made by the musically-named Japanese company, Nagasakiya, which, coincidentally, is the name of a large department store chain in Japan as well (possibly one in the same). This has a very nice barrel, reminiscent of the Ranger Steel guns, it also has the largest scope I've ever seen on a gun this small (it actually does work, by the way). A 6 inch water pistol in hard plastic.
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They are not big-ticket guns, but I like them just the same.