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Bullet-Belt Swivelshot Trick Holster
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In the mid-20th century, American pop culture glorified the exploration, conquest, and settlement of the American west. Movies, radio serials, and TV shows featured cowboys, sheriffs, pioneers, and settlers as the heroes of epic tales about "taming the West." Although the traditional stories about the American West have lost their luster, the toy they inspired remind us of the enduring popularity of the Western hero images.
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