I did not appreciate the concept of 'A knight without armor in a savage land' when I was a kid. The program is on Saturday mornings here, and now it is apparent that the whole thing was a couple of light years ahead of its' time. I did not 'get' the true intent of his mission until much later. It is one of the better cornball westerns of the golden age of television. I won't miss it if at all possible.
Seems to me, someone posted, in one of the Browning High Power threads, images of Richard Boone's personal M-35 with a hand written letter from Claire Boone, his widow, attesting to its' authenticity.