Rhode Island Novelty Cowboy Indian Toy Figurines 144 Ct 2inch-3inch Toy SLCOWIN

8 Customer reviews

$ 3 92

Product Description

  • 144 Cowboy & Indian Toy Figures New in sealed package
  • Plastic
  • Assorted colors assortment may vary
  • Approximately 2 -3 inch

Cowboy & Indian Toy Figurines 144ct

Customer reviews(8)

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February 23, 2017
Not amazing quality, but for the price you cant beat them. I got about 30 extra figures which was really nice seeing as it is usually the opposite. There are about 50-70 cowboys and about 80 Indians. They don't have a ton of detail, and they are very common poses, but they are very durable. Also they are 1/35 not 1/32, but the scales are compatible. If you paint the Indians you can use them in a
March 29, 2017
They're okay.
As pictured, the poses and details are pretty good, but...
Terrible mould quality; tons of extra plastic and misfigured faces,
Maybe 10% bent from packaging,
Their depth is not proportionate--very thin. With some of them it's almost as if they were going for a 2-dimensional sort of look.
February 1, 2018
Wow, not sure what more you could expect for around $5. As described, there are over 140 figures of various positions/stances....more than enough for several kids to share and enjoy. I doled these out in groups of about 20 per child and they were thrilled. Ol' fashion fun.
September 5, 2016
Great toys! They stand up just fine on their own, seem to be manufactured as well as can be expected, and are fairly detailed. They have provided hours and hours of entertainment for the little ones. I just wish I could find some way to ensure that they are picked up after the kids are done playing with them as I tend to find cowboys and indians hidden in every nook and cranny of our house.
B Kerber
July 29, 2014
These are so cute. I work at a senior center and the month of August is cowboy month. The center I work at creates events around the theme of the month. On Fridays we play a game where the seniors receive discounts on lunch. My plan is to place these into a hat and give a dollar discount based upon the color of the cowboy when picked. This will be so much fun and I have so many just in case the senior takes it home with them.
July 19, 2017
These were not as brightly colored as in the photo. (Bright, primary colors) Mostly the figures are olive green and burgundy red. No yellow ones at all. Otherwise they were fine. They worked for favors and in a game that I used them for.
November 16, 2014
These are just what you would expect for Cowboys and Indians. They are made in USA, which is a major plus for me. They come in a small plastic bag and there are about equal numbers of cowboys and Indians. They are in several different poses as pictured. Pretty equal numbers of each pose as well. I gave 5 stars not because they are amazing, but because they are exactly what you'd expect and they are made in USA.
Andrew Kantor
August 6, 2012
These are cheap plastic toys. I mean, what more do you need to know? I needed them for a game my grade schooler was making, but they'd make fine toys for the 3-7 year old set.

I notice that some of the Indian headdresses were wrong, and the cowboy/soldier uniforms showed a strange mix of styles (from the early 1800s through post-Civil War), but I guess you can't have everything.

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