I haven't flashed any weapons at you for awhile, so here's a double dose. This "Buntline Special" from Actoy is a far cry from the gun I saw Hugh O'Brien toting around every week, but it's the best of a poor lot from the toy manufacturers. Hubley did one called just "Wyatt Earp" with a longer than normal barrel, but it was made for a small hand and looked altogether puny. Someone made a larger version entirely of black plastic, but all-plastic guns had no appeal to me.
The Leslie Henry company made Gene Autry pistols in three sizes, of which this is the smallest. Still, the detailing is nice, and the feel is solid. The Cadillac of the Gene Autry line was featured here some time back (click the "Cap guns" label below to see it and others). The standard model will be coming your way soon.