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I Want That: A Blade Runner Blaster Replica

06.26.2014
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If you're going to be living in the dystopian Los Angeles area in about five years, and plan on taking a job as a Blade Runner, have I got the replica for you! One of the coolest toys to come out of any sci-fi film has to be the Blaster that Harrison Ford’s character Rick Deckard carries in Ridley Scott’s BLADE RUNNER. It makes for a stunning prop replica and that’s exactly what I’ve come across today.

There is now a limited edition Blade Runner Blaster replica you can get your hands on if you have an extra $900 in your pocket. It’s said to be the most accurate version of this blaster ever offered, complete with light-up LEDs, a double trigger, and five bullets to take down runaway replicants. There are only 50 for the U.S. Market so act now if you're that crazy much of a fan.






 

As creator Tomenosuke wrote on his blog, "This is it for the Tomenosuke Blaster PRO Retailer Edition, and there will be no further new or revised molds. In other words, this is the final form we arrived at." The Limited Edition Blade Runner Blaster Replica will be available August 14, 2014 and can be pre-ordered now for $899.95 at Hollywood Collectibles Group.

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5:42PM on 06/27/2014

Is it the old resin replica?

For years there have been resin replica kits with pre-molded slots for LED lights and a battery hook-up. I might be wrong, but this looks almost like a reassembled version of those kits. It does say they are unique molds, but it wouldn't be the first time a Japanese arthouse produced artist replicas form existing or rescuplted molds (much like many figures or old Takara toy knock-offs). Does it say anywhere if this is plastic, resin, or diecast? It would be worth it if it was actually all
For years there have been resin replica kits with pre-molded slots for LED lights and a battery hook-up. I might be wrong, but this looks almost like a reassembled version of those kits. It does say they are unique molds, but it wouldn't be the first time a Japanese arthouse produced artist replicas form existing or rescuplted molds (much like many figures or old Takara toy knock-offs). Does it say anywhere if this is plastic, resin, or diecast? It would be worth it if it was actually all diecast. If not, someone is bound ot make a knock-off of this out of Taiwan or Korea in a year or two )what with 3d printers and stuff now).
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5:51PM on 06/27/2014
Actually here's a better version...starting to wonder how original this design really is: [link]
Actually here's a better version...starting to wonder how original this design really is: [link]
11:18PM on 06/26/2014
Anomaly said it - nothing like a trusty blaster by your side. A pistol and bullwhip will do too.
Anomaly said it - nothing like a trusty blaster by your side. A pistol and bullwhip will do too.
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7:47PM on 06/26/2014
"Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid."

I'd really like this. But I'd probably really like being able to afford food for the next 6 months more, so I have to pass.
"Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid."

I'd really like this. But I'd probably really like being able to afford food for the next 6 months more, so I have to pass.
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8:27PM on 06/26/2014
Totally. And if I had that thing I'd be shot down by the cops within a week. It would never leave my hand.
Totally. And if I had that thing I'd be shot down by the cops within a week. It would never leave my hand.
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