CMP "Blade Runner" Blaster Replica

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  1. rrjrstatueman Custom Daredevil

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    Well site has been updated, did anyone here buy the bladerunner gun?
    Man that thing looked cool and almost got it, but rick said you don't need it dad , granted I have not to this day seen the movie :sofa:
    And now it's sold out
     
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  2. André Verbal Diarrhoea

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    That gun looks extremely cool.
    Never seen Blade Runner? Time to pick up the Ultimate Edition blu-ray then :)
     
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    It's a VERY nice replica Raf. seems pretty accurate too from the photos of the real prop.that accompany the piece. Almost has the weight and feel of a real 45 Caliber pistol, pretty tight no real loose parts or anything like that, a quality piece seems Tomenosuke did a terrific job on this replica tight job. I called George, was a bit suprised to see the gun at the new CM site and he said they had one last one left which I bought.
     
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    Way cool, congrats on the new gun , it really shows the craftsmanship on this piece , would love to see some in hand pics , although I don't consider myself a fan of the movie (cause I havnt seen it ) I should have gone for it even for the investment purposes :money: :D
     
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    Thanks Raf. yeah it's nice piece, what you see in the photos is what you get. LOVE the way alot of Japanese companies package their stuff, you open up the box and none of that flashy boxes, graphics cartoons and stuff :lol: you open up the box and it's right down to business no need for graphics they let the product do the talking. :cool: Mostly metal construction with a few key parts made of plastics and other materials so that it remains a "replica". But you see it and think it's a real gun, I'll take some photos. Great to add this to the collection a few weeks after my eFX Vader bucket.
     
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