DRESS UP YOUR COWBOYS WITH HATS AND GUN HOLSTERS FROM CHICKEN FRIED TOYS

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Chicken Fried Toys is at it again with awesome hats and gun holsters (with guns) for your 1/18 scale figures. There is a kicker to these though. Chicken Fried Toys has to sell 500 sets, of each one to go into production with their manufacturing facility. They are on a strict timeline for these as well, so the quicker you get your pre-orders in, the better.

Check out the offerings below!

We all knew that hat-maker was a lil’ crazy from all them Mercury fumes he’s sniffin’ all day, but he done gone PLUM LOCO!”. It’s true, and it looks like we all get to benefit. Included in this Boot Hill Loot set are 6 unique FULLY painted hats in colors that will not be offered on any figure in the lineup (except the Kepi Hat).

You can get your pre-order in directly from Chicken Fried Toys!

HABERDASHER’S HOLDOUT

I ain’t never seen a more jittery smithy! In fact, I’d say he’s the shakiest gun in the West if’n he ain’t working on them firearms he sells!”. It looks like Mr. Chicken has been holding back all the best gun hand gear! Included in this Boot Hill Loot set are 3 brand new design cartridge gun belts, paired with a spiffy new set of left and right “drop holsters” AND a matched pair of nickel plated/ivory gripped pistolas. Each belt and holster set is color matched, and FULLY painted.

You can pre-order these directly from Chicken Fried Toys.

GUNSMITH’S GEAR BAG

About Dime Novel Legends:

Chicken Fried Toys© (CFT) is proud to introduce their Dime Novel Legends© (DNL), their first-ever lineup of 3.75-inch, fully articulated, collectible action figures that bring back the essence of the American Frontier West. These 15 realistic reproductions of iconic Western archetypes feature authentic styling and looks, and include numerous accessories and gear that historically reflect the period between 1835 and 1895.

The Dime Novel Legends© lineup will encompass characters drawn from the rich history of Frontier America during its expansion westward. While easily identifiable, these characters do not represent any single person from history, film or literature. Rather, they are an amalgamation taken from the collective imaginations of enthusiasts who have long dreamed of accumulating an entire Western community of cowboys, townsfolk, lawmen, bandits, and Native Americans from an often ignored and nigh-forgotten part of America’s unique and rich history.

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