Check out how awesome this Dead Space 2 prop replica from Epic Weapons is.

It’s a full-size (1:1 Scale) prop replica of Isaac Clarke’s EW-1048 Plasma Cutter, based on the Plasma Cutter built piece-by-piece by Isaac in the time between the events depicted in Dead Space and Dead Space 2. The changes were a necessity driven by broken parts and replacement availability; as well as, the living conditions and environment in space.

For maximum flexibility the Plasma Cutter feature both horizontal and vertical cutting modes (rotating at a 90-degree angle) and a quarter meter blade. Also features a built-in trigger that when activated reflects the signature 3-blast spot so the user may line up his target.

It measures about 17-inches long x 11-inches tall x 3-inches wide and weighs approximately 3 pounds.

Includes a 3.7 volt rechargeable battery with 30 minutes constant-use battery life.

This incredible collectible ships in a uniquely designed display suitcase with “Property of Isaac Clarke” displayed prominently on the outside.

It’ll get released in June 2013 at a price point of $239.99. Use the link below to pre-order:

Dead Space 2 Isaac Clarke Plasma Cutter Full Size Replica (via Entertainment Earth)

It’s also available on Ebay for pre-order, but the price is a bit higher at $279: 

DEAD SPACE 2 Isaac Clarke Plasma Cutter Prop Replica (via Ebay)

If you’re a serious Blade Runner fan this collectible is beyond question one of the best around.

This is a rare, unopened CS&T All-Metal Worldcon (2010) Blade Runner M2019 CNC Blaster Prop Replica. So even though it’s second hand, because it is unopened it is basically new.

What makes this particularly special is that although it is a limited edition item of only 500 pieces (as per the plaque), this particular one falls into a sub-category where it’s technically a limited edition item of only 80 pieces. The reason is it was supplied to the seller directly by the craftsmen Richard Coyle himself who only made 80 of the 2010 models.

So this is technically No. #6 of a Limited Run of 80 – that makes it rare indeed. 

One of my favorite Blade Runner blasters is the Limited Edition Off World Manufacturing Deluxe M2019 CNC, but it’s true to say this one is definitely a notch above for screen accuracy and quality of materials. Whereas most M2019 CNC blasters have a good deal of plastic in their construction, this Coyle blaster is mostly made from metal.

If you didn’t already know, Richard Coyle is a master Prop Replica craftsmen who has made props for many films including Star Trek II, IV, V, VI.

This is the screen accurate version of the blaster with the proper screw instead of the weaver knob and wires hidden as they are on screen.

The rear trigger is functional as are all red and green LEDs.

Note that this is the only Blade Runner M2019 CNC Blaster Prop Replica with working green LEDs and molded off a real bulldog frame and receiver (the original prop was partially built from a real bulldog gun.)

It has non-functional .44 shells, and a true .44 bore barrel just like the original prop.

The barrel is filled 40% of the way with pewter to comply with gun laws, has no firing pin, etc.

This is a hand made blaster made by Richard Coyle. Each of the 80 blaster replicas he made reportedly took an entire week to finish (so as you can see, the Limited Edition run of 500 are not all the same, otherwise Coyle would have been working for a decade to make them!). That’s why these are the 2010 models, while the 2011 models make up the remainder (as he had additional help to complete them and they were no longer entirely hand crafted by Coyle).

How do you know this to be true? Because the sale of this prop replica includes a printout of an email from Coyle confirming it was made before Coyle brought on help to finish off his blasters, and a copy of the original receipt minus the dollar amount.

This is the most sought after Blade Runner Blaster prop replica on the market.

The blaster comes with a plexiglass display stand and plaque stating it’s blaster #6 of the CS&T “All Metal” Worldcon 2010 model.

Did you know the blaster it is modeled on sold for $225,000!

That makes the sale price on this model pretty low, at $1,790.

See more images, learn more, contact the seller, or buy this bad boy for yourself at the link below:

Richard Coyle Blade Runner Blaster Prop Replica (via Ebay, $1,790)

Here’s an awesome deal not to be overlooked.

Sideshow Collectibles have Museum Replica’s prop replica Nick Fury’s Electronic Needle Gun Prop Replica on sale for a whopping 50% discount.

I know this to be true because I’ve previously posted about the Needle Gun here and included the original price of $199.99. You can get it for $99.99!

This prop replica of the S.H.I.E.L.D. agents Needle Gun is made from aluminium and includes special effects light and sound features.

It also comes complete with a polished hardwood display case with custom etched glass top.

Backstory (via Sideshow Collectibles)

S.H.I.E.L.D. (Supreme Headquarters International Espionage Law-enforcement Division) was formed in the 1960’s to counter the technological world threat posed by the radical organization, HYDRA. In the late 90’s, due to the mounting danger of terrorism worldwide, the organization decided to change the acronym of the agency to (Strategic Hazard Intervention Espionage Logistics Directorate). Nick Fury and his team of super agents battle these forces and keep the peace throughout the free world.

The Nick Fury Electronic Needle Gun Prop Replica is pretty damn cool but at $99.99 it’s a pure bargain.

Snap it up here: Nick Fury’s Electronic Needle Gun Prop Replica

If you’re keen to lay your hands on a STAR TREK VI Klingon Beak Nose Disruptor you’ve probably found it pretty hard to do. Roddenberry’s Klingon Beak Nose Disruptor is now sold out from most sources, though Secret Compass Collectibles still have one in stock (as at the timing of this post) for a price of $279.95 (not bad, considering the original price was $299).

But if a little less expenditure is your thing, say in the area of $50 or so, you might want to check out Diamond Select’s new Klingon Beak Nose Disruptor.

Sure, it’s not a hand painted resin prop replica like Roddenberry’s version, but it is still pretty cool looking. It’s also 1:1 scale and designed for role play which, to be fair, you wouldn’t want to do with Roddenberry’s Disruptor. It also has electronic sounds and lights to go with the role play experience.

You can pre-order these right now.

The best price I’ve found is via Entertainment Earth, with Amazon having them listed only slightly dearer. The links you need are below: 

Star Trek Klingon Disruptor Gun Prop Replica (Diamond Select) via Entertainment Earth $49.99

Star Trek Klingon Disruptor Gun Prop Replica (Diamond Select) via Amazon $54.99

NECA (National Entertainment Collectibles Assocation) are known for producing high quality movie prop replicas and this ROBOCOP Auto-9 replica is no exception.

This one is available BRAND NEW for a single Buy It Now Price of $149.95 (which as far as I can see has always been the standard price, just as it went for in this auction). But what’s cool is it’s a Limited Edition item of only 1,500 (the seller hasn’t mentioned that little bit of awesome information, so consider yourself in the know).

Robocop’s sidearm is made of resin and measures 14 inches long and is made of resin.

Comes mounted in a dedicated shadow box.

Note that this baby doesn’t have any moving parts. Yeah I know, it’s not real. But then neither is Robocop, so there’s that. But it’s real enough to hold in your hand and get an idea of what it would be like to say, “It’s your move, Creep.”

Here’s a nifty little video of an unboxing of one of these. I recommend turning the sound down otherwise within a few seconds you’ll be wishing your Auto-9 replica was real enough to shoot yourself. Check it out:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugbOvEKcrrc

The link to buy it is below:

ROBOCOP Auto-9 Prop Replica

Babylon 5 and TV Series gun replica collectors get your wallet out now. On Ebay there’s an auction going for a Babylon 5 Earthforce Phased Plasma Gun (PPG) prop replica, and these beauties are rare indeed.

I previously posted about the Babylon5 PPG prop replica here, and when I did I had no link to an item for sale. This is such a difficult item to find that my only previous post about it was for information purposes only.

Now, there’s one up for auction on Ebay. This is an opportunity not to be missed.

From the auction page:

I am selling a fabulous replica of the Phased Plasma Gun used in the series Babylon 5.  It is comprised of machined aluminum, real pachmeyer grips, and functional electronics (single bright red LED in the barrel). The prop comes with a real Uncle Mike’s holster, sized perfectly to hold the gun, and a spare ammo cap (not pictured).

This is an all-metal hero prop from Babylon 5 that features a removable energy cap.

If you want it you’re going to have be quick – the auction ends in just 1 day from now. Here’s the link you need: 

BABYLON 5 Earthforce Phased Plasma Gun Prop Replica (auction on Ebay)

The STAR WARS Imperial E-Web Heavy Repeating Blaster 1/6 scale movie weapon replica is pure joy to look at.

Manufactured by Sideshow Collectibles, the Imperial army’s E-Web Heavy Repeating Blaster is a powerful blaster. It features a portable power generator with conduit hose that can be positioned up and down or from side to side to create a custom display.

Measures: 8.5″ H (215.9mm) x 10″ W (254mm) x 10″ L (254mm)

It’s the perfect complement to the STAR WARS Snowtrooper Sixth Scale Figure, the newest entry in the Militaries of Star Wars Sixth Scale collection. 

Backstory:

With the introduction of the E-Web heavy repeating blaster, formally titled the Emplacement Weapon, Heavy Blaster, troopers were able to fire at an optimum range of two-hundred meters and a maximum range of five-hundred meters. Although it was the most powerful repeating blaster in the Imperial arsenal, it was restricted by certain limitations. E-Web blasters required a relatively lengthy set-up time, including assembly, calibrating the generator, and configuring of the targeting software. They also operated most efficiently with a two-man team, the first to man the gun itself, the second responsible for monitoring and adjusting the power generator, which, like all generators of its time was prone to overheating. Regardless, the E-Web, equipped with a built in comlink and computerized fire control, served as an highly effective and powerful tool for the Imperial army, making significant appearances in an attempt to murder Obi-Wan Kenobi, at the Battle of Praesitlyn, and perhaps most successfully during the Galactic Civil War at the Battle of Hoth.

As of yet Sideshow haven’t declared whether this will be a limited edition item or not (I’ve included it in the Limited Edition section of the site just in case). However, it may yet be, so don’t miss out just in case.

It’ll set you back only $149.99.

See a ton of different images at the link below.

STAR WARS Imperial E-Web Heavy Repeating Blaster (Sideshow Collectibles)

This is the Cinemastery Studios rigid version of the Sandtrooper MG-15 Blaster from Star Wars.

Features:

  • Blaster copied directly from an actual MG-15.
  • Hollow body construction for less weight but retaining strength.
  • Forward sniper scope with gloss finish X and Y adjustment knobs and reflective lens that looks so real people will do a double take.
  • Rear scope replicating a powered light amplification scope complete with green reflective lens.
  • Serial number. All Cinemastery Studios blasters are serialized.
  • Weight: 7lbs
  • Length (complete): 44″

The seller has it available with a Buy It Now price of $300.

Check out more images of it on the sale page at the link below: 

Star Wars sandtrooper MG-15 blaster prop replica (on Ebay)

Here’s an Aliens Vs Predator: Requiem Wolf Predator Plasma Cannon.

Only 500 of these were made available and all sold out. This one is available second-hand via a collector from the United Kingdom who is asking for a starting bid of US $433.01 to kick-start an Ebay auction for the collectible.

This is a life-size prop replica!

The Plasma Cannon Prop Replica is cast in high quality polystone, and features a light-up display feature.

The piece is complete with a display stand that can be displayed on your desktop, or mounted on your wall. Each piece is hand-cast, hand-finished, and hand-painted to exacting standards, then individually hand-numbered.

The seller writes:

The Plasma Cannon and Base are in fantastic condition and has been kept in a smoke free home. Displayed for only 2 months.

Comes with original packaging and certificate of authenticity.

If you want to see Sideshows original product page to confirm details, see more images, and read full specs, here’s the link you need: 

Aliens vs. Predator Collectibles Predator Plasma Cannon Prop Replica

If you want to check out the auction page for this rare and hard to find Predator collectible, here’s the Ebay link: 

AVPR Wolf Predator Life-Size Plasma Cannon Prop Replica on Ebay

Check out the miniature version of the Dr. Grordbort’s Victorious Mongoose 1902a Concealable Ray Pistol!

Based on the full-size Victorious Mongoose and made from confoundedly weighty metal!

The Victorious Mongoose is the fifth gun in Dr. Grordbort’s range of miniature ray guns.

Designed by Greg Broadmore and modeled by David Tremont.

The 1:4 scale Victorious Mongoose 1902a Concealable Ray Pistol Replica measures 3 1/10-inches tall.

Priced at a very reasonable $48.99 at the link below.

Dr. Grordbort’s Victorious Mongoose 1:4 Scale Raygun Replica from Entertainment Earth!