Pause Magazine's Lego Set Reference Guide - Wild West


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Wild West

Wild West is something that Legomaniacs have been clamoring for for years. In 1996, the first Wild West sets were introduced. Not only did they include new sand-colored baseplates, but many "action features." Tiles painted with dynamite can be inserted into slots in different sets to make things explode, and canons roll out of trap doors in the Bandit's Secret Hideout. The '97 lineup added Indians, or Native Americans for those being politically correct, along with a host of new elements.

Set Number & Name Image Size Year Pieces / S@H$ Figs
2846 - Indian with Canoe 86k 97 ? / ? 1
6706 - Frontier Patrol 16k 97 26 / $6.75 3
6709 - Tribal Chief 70k 97 14 / $4.50 1
6712 - Sheriff's Showdown 31k 96 26 / $4.50 2
6716 - Weapons Wagon 51k 96 63 / $8.75 1
6718 - Rain Dance Ridge 92k 97 71 / $8.75 2
6746 - Chief's Teepee 97k 97 131 / $22.00 3
6748 - Boulder Cliff Canyon 82k 97 250 / $44.00 6
6755 - Sheriff's Lock-Up 27k 96 170 / $27.50 4
6761 - Bandit's Secret Hideout 37k 96 237 / $44.00 6
6765 - Gold City Junction 43k 96 336 / $54.00 6
6766 - Rapid River Village 83k 97 343 / $73.00 7
6769 - Fort Legoredo 78k 96 671 / $99.00 10
6791 - Bandit's Wheelgun 64k 97 19 / ? 1
6799 - Showdown Canyon N/A 97 69 / ? 4

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