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"Stagecoach" Mary Fields S&W .38 "Lemon Squeezer"


"Stagecoach" Mary Fields


Webley Model VI Service Revolver


The holder gains Mary's hard work ethic, her ability to kick any butts and attitude.


If anyone tries to order the holder of the weapon around or if they verbally assault them, then the individual will strike out at the person.


Being in possession of the pistol.

Collected by

Artie Nielsen







Date of Collection




Mary Fields, also known as Stagecoach Mary, was the first African-American woman employed as a mail carrier in the United States, and just the second American woman to work for the United States Postal Service.

Fields stood 6 feet (182 cm) tall and weighed 200 lbs (90kg), liked to smoke cigars, and was once said to be as "black as a burnt-over prairie." She usually had a pistol strapped under her apron and a jug of whiskey by her side.


Artie came across a report of a more humble man suddenly getting violent at a bar, and was able to take on 3 men without much of a problem, getting away without any injuries. Thinking he was being manipulated, Artie head to the small town and carefully watched the person, seeing that they were working harder, walking with a "I won't take any shit" attitude, and was very confrontational when someone bothered them. Artie noticed that the individual was pressing his hand up against a gun in one semi-fight that they were in, and so after confronting the person and wrestling the gun away, noticed it belonged to Mary Fields, and bagged it. The man said he bought the weapon from a pawn shop after he was mugged, as he wanted to feel safe. Artie understood and took the gun away after telling the man he didn't need a weapon to feel safe, as he could have hurt somebody. At the Warehouse Artie believed that the gun was either lost or stolen for it to wind up in a pawn shop, but luckily they finally got their hands on it.