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August 22, 2010

Ray Gun with Leather Holster


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We have here an extremely rare ray gun manufactured in the late 19th century by the Swedish manufacturer Raughnold. This is their model 81, famous for its sleek lines and fine balance, coupled with its extremely effective vaporizing ray. The  mechanism of the ray gun is not well understood, but we do know that the power generator in the center of the gun sends a ray through the pulse delineator which is amplified by the particle accelerator. 


Measuring over 14” long, this beauty is solidly built, yet light enough to be handled even by those of the feminine persuasion. From the particle accelerator nozzle all the way to the rear exhaust port, this ray gun exudes quality. The gun is cast in cold cast aluminum resin, with a hand-stitched leather grip. Comes with a custom fitting leather holster. 


Gun does not actually do anything except look very cool. Ray gun may vary slightly from photos. Please allow 3 to 4 weeks for us to make this item for you.



$195 (or the equivalent in galactic credits).

[via Milena]

August 22, 2010 at 01:01 PM | Permalink


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Oh wow, holy Swedish ray guns! I want, I want, must have...
I collect ray guns - the top of my fridge is the parking place for several, for easy access. You never know when a ray gun fight could break out. Oh, well... Sigh. Drool. Sigh. I guess I have enough ray guns. I guess.

Posted by: Flautist | Aug 22, 2010 6:45:24 PM

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