REBEL TROOPER BLASTER

Source:
(A New Hope)

Year: 2004

Assortment: Prop Replica

Retail: $449.00

Part Number: SW-125

Limited Edition Number: 2,500 Worldwide

Weapons and Accessories:

  • Individual Display Stand
  • Certificate of Authenticity


  • Availability: Order Directly from Master Replicas here.

    Details:

  • Official reproduction of the first space weapon seen on-screen in Star Wars: A New Hope.
  • The original prop was modeled after a 1950’s British submachine gun. This replica is made of metal with ABS parts and detailing and weighs almost 30 pounds.
  • Comes with a custom display case, numbered plaque, plaque stand, and certificate of authenticity.
  • Approximate dimensions: 19” L x 9” H x 2” W
  • This museum quality replica has a blaze orange plug set inside the barrel. Some states and countries do not allow shipping of replica guns in their area. It is the buyer’s responsibility to ascertain the legality of purchasing and receiving this replica.
  • Comments: Fiercely defending the cause of freedom and individualism, the courageous men and women of the Rebel Alliance would lay down their lives to protect Princess Leia and her starship. In the opening scene of Star Wars: A New Hope, Rebel troopers do just that—wielding their blaster pistols in a desperate attempt to fight off the faceless enemy Stormtroopers who overrun Leia Organa’s starship. The Rebel blaster was the first Star Wars weapon to appear on-screen and was modeled after a 1950’s British submachine gun (also the model for the Stormtrooper blaster). Like all blaster pistols in the Star Wars trilogy, it fired bursts of searing light-based energy called bolts.




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