✅ SOLVED Lead Rifle

doublet2a

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Found at an old home site in California. Dime for size.
What would it had been used for, kids toy?? Any ideas.

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Tim
 

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huntsman53

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Possibly a Marksman badge/pin for scoring a specific score on the firing range and it may have been given out locally at a private Firing Range.


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doublet2a

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It does look like that end may have been broken off.
Thanks

Tim
 
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I had one like it when I was maybe 10. I bought it at a church rummage sale.
It was too heavy to be worn and there was no writing to indicate an award unless it might of had a stand
that went missing.
 
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doublet2a

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Minelab Sov. Elite 5", 8" & 10" coils. EXP II 8" & 10" coils with inline Sunray pin pointer. AT Pro 8" & 10" Coils, Equinox 600 10" and 5" coils.
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Thanks for the help, I'd say Creskol nailed it..

Tim
 
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