Custom STAR WARS Electronic E-5 Battle Droid Blaster Prop Replica

Here’s a pretty sweet looking custom Star Wars E-5 Battle Droid Blaster prop replica that’s perfect for cosplay or display.

It features working red lights and blaster sounds when the trigger is pulled.

You can see the weapon in question in the image above (Note: The display stand in the image above is not included.) 

It’s a custom painted version of the original 1999 released Hasbro electronic E-5 droid blaster as shown below:

1999 Hasbro E-5 Battle Droid Blaster Toy

What’s pretty special is that the seller is offering the custom version painted version on Ebay at a buy it now of only $32.95. That’s an absolute bargain given it not only looks like a metal weapon but that if you want to buy the original Hasbro toy it will cost you more than that. Just check out the original on Amazon to see for yourself.

Or, this one:

STAR WARS Hasbro Battle Droid RifleWhich you can view on Amazon here.

So as you can see the price being asked on Ebay is a steal. 

So if you want a cool custom painted E-5 Blaster head to the link below to grab it for yourself:

Custom STAR WARS Electronic E-5 Battle Droid Blaster Prop Replica (via Ebay)

STAR WARS Episode VI Return of the Jedi Luke Skywalker Force FX Lightsaber Replica

This is Hasbro’s awesome fully functional Force FX replica of Luke Skywalker’s lightsaber as featured in Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi.

Features:

  • Die-cast metal parts that feel like the real thing
  • Durable and sturdy green polycarbonate blade (permanently attached to the hilt)
  • Measures 44 1/2″ from the tip of the blade to the end of the hilt
  • In-built audio that sounds like the real thing (power-up, power-down, idle, movement and clash lightsaber sound effects – each sound is activated by motion sensors)
  • In-built sound is motion-sensor controlled
  • Display stand
  • Takes 3xAAA batteries (but these are not included)

Watch a demonstration video:

[youtube]http://youtu.be/-oIA2ptFctQ[/youtube]

If you want one of these be careful. I’ve noticed there’s a lot of what fans are calling “bait and switch” going on from less than reputable sellers. What they do is advertise the Force FX lightsaber, charge you a cheaper price than you’d otherwise pay, and then ship you a standard FX lightsaber or an Ultimate FX lightsaber. The upshot is you think you’re paying less for a Force FX but what you’re actually doing is paying more for a much, much inferior product.

Of course, sometimes sellers put the right price on the product to convince you it is the right product, only to still ship you the wrong product. In some cases they do this deliberately, and perhaps in others the sellers don’t really understand what the difference is between a Force FX, Ultimate FX, or FX model.

The following links lead to actual Force FX lightsabers. If you purchase in any other way from any other dealer I highly recommend taking every precaution you can to ensure you get what you’re after.

STAR WARS: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi Luke Skywalker Force FX Lightsaber Replica (via EE) 

STAR WARS: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi Luke Skywalker Force FX Lightsaber Replica (via Ebay)

At the time of writing this post there is also an auction for a secondhand one in perfect condition via Ebay:

STAR WARS Episode VI Return of the Jedi Luke Skywalker Force FX Lightsaber Replica Hasbro

The link to have a go at bidding in the auction is below: 

STAR WARS: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi Luke Skywalker Force FX Lightsaber Replica (via Ebay auction)

Star Wars Return of the Jedi Biker Scout Blaster Prop Replica

Check out this brilliant looking life-size prop replica of the Biker Scout’s blaster as featured in Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi.

This is a 1:1 scale high quality filled resin replica of the original Biker Scout blaster made for the film by Industrial Light & Magic (ILM). 

Many weapons in Star Wars were made from existing guns that ILM modified into sci-fi blasters. This one was an exception where ILM created the weapon as a custom single piece with a British made “Singlepoint Scope” mounted on the right side using half of a Webley scope ring. 

The artisans at Modelers or Mice have gone out of their way to replicate the original weapon just as ILM envisioned it, although in this case the entire gun is sculpted (no external attachments). That makes this weapon replica a screen accurate weapon to ILM’s vision rathre than a replica of the original on set prop which, in my view, is perfect.

STAR WARS Biker Scout Blaster

This is definitely the kind of replica Star Wars fans should jump on, not only because it’s very accurate to the screen used weapon but also because the Biker Scout’s blaster is not typically an easy replica weapon to find.

$97 is the price being asked as a Buy it Now direct from the artisans own Ebay store:

STAR WARS: EPISODE VI – RETURN OF THE JEDI Biker Scout Blaster Prop Replica (via Ebay)

STAR WARS: THE FORCE UNLEASHED Starkiller Lightsaber Prop Replica

This is a custom made Galen Marek/Starkiller Lightsaber inspired by the Lightsaber that Galen Marek constructs using whatever parts he can scavenge in the Star Wars: The Force Unleashed video game.

And you can get one custom made for you too.

They are made by hand from aircraft grade aluminium and feature steel grips.

Comes complete with a Super Bright Luxeon LED as well as a 5mm Bright LED that Lights up the Crystal.

You can choose the color when you place your order. Colors available are red, blue and green.

Requires (and comes with) 2 AAA batteries.

Note: This custom made lightsaber has no sound and neither is the blade included. However, it will take any 1″ diameter blade and there is a switch located in the bottom of the pommel that is vented for sound should you choose to add your own.

These are custom made upon order for a mere $120. Use the link below to order your own: 

Custom STAR WARS: THE FORCE UNLEASHED Galen Marek/Starkiller Lightsaber Prop Replica

This is Master Replica’s limited edition STAR WARS Qui Gon Jinn Lightsaber Prop Replica.

Backstory:

While on assignment to protect Queen Amidala of the Naboo, Qui-Gon Jinn (Liam Neeson) engaged the dark warrior, Darth Maul, in an epic duel only to fall in battle. Heartbroken, his padawan, Obi-Wan Kenobi, took up the weapon of his master and used it to defeat the evil Sith Lord.

Exactingly copied from surviving film props stored in the Lucasfilm archive, this awesome 1:1 scale Lightsaber replica reveals never before seen details and features:

  • Machined aluminum and brass parts
  • Anodized black details
  • Anodized red female knurled button Intricate pommel detailing
  • Museum quality display case with mirrored base and acrylic cover
  • Numbered plaque and certificate of authenticity

In Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace, Qui-Gon’s lightsaber was machined by the prop department from aluminum. Resin parts were cast and a rare, red aircraft button was added as decoration. Working directly from surviving props in the Lucasfilm archives, Master Replicas’ engineers have crafted a copy of the hero version of the hilt from machined aluminum, featuring rich black anodized parts, never before seen details, and a red anodized button complete with the rare knurl of the original.

You can find a few of these for sale at varying prices at the following link:

Master Replicas STAR WARS Qui Gon Jinn Lightsaber Prop Replica (Ebay)

STAR WARS Jango Fett Blaster Prop Replica

This is a unique, one of a kind prop replica of the infamous Bounty Hunter Jango Fett’s Blaster from the Star Wars films.

This blaster started as a Rubies Jango Fett Blaster before being refinished and custom painted with a weathered brush metal and a matte clear coating for a realistic look.

It also still includes the authentic action sound FX which come with the Rubies prop.

According to the seller, this is a one of a kind Blaster replica (at least in finish) that was finished by a professional model builder. Judging by the above image and the additional images that are attached to the listing, it’s quite obviously true.

Since a Rubies blaster normally goes for anything from $7 to $14, the $39.95 asking price on this is a pretty good deal for a 3 stage custom paint job that no one else will have.

Definitely worth snapping up, especially if you’re into cosplay!

The link you need is below: 

STAR WARS Jango Fett Blaster Prop Replica (via Ebay)

 Custom One of a Kind Combat Ready LED Lightsaber

Now this is really cool. If you’re a Star Wars fan and you want to stand out from the crowd, you’ll want to take a look at this lightsaber prop.

There are a ton of different Star Wars lightsaber prop replicas on the market from a variety of different manufacturers. But how many opportunities do you get to own your own completely unique lightsaber that is not a prop replica at all? How often can you rock up to a Star Wars convention and wield a lightsaber that absolutely nobody else is wielding? Not often, that’s for sure. But right now you can, and it’s pretty damn awesome.

This is an Advanced-Light Weaponry (ALM) custom LED lightsaber.

Features:

  • one of a kind
  • handle made from high carbon steel 
  • handle painted in a textured black 
  • activator plate and rear grip ring painted in deep blue
  • emitter/fore grip chromed steel painted in weathered gloss black
  • construction materials and paint are extremely durable
  • activator plate has a welded steel protective hood
  • steel blade socket is approximately 4″ deep for excellent blade seating
  • blade set screw is hand cut heavy gauge steel alloy capped with a knurled, chrome plated, brass knob (heavy set screw keeps the blade perfectly in place)
  • belt connector is a chromed steel D-ring
  • high-grade, thick-walled polycarbonate blade is 1″ in diameter (33″ out of the emitter)
  • blade tip is permanently locked into the blade (prevents tip coming off during dueling)
  • LED is a Luxeon Blue and deep seated for maximum protection
  • uses 3 AAA alkaline batteries
  • designed for FULL contact lightsaber dueling
  • hilt is 14″ long and is heavily weathered for realism
  • blade weight matches hilt weight for perfect balance

 Custom One of a Kind Combat Ready LED Lightsaber

What’s great about this saber is that it is designed to look great but to function great too. I can see anyone who wields this in a duel destroying whatever saber the other dueler is holding (especially if it’s one of the standard Force FX lightsabers or other plastic sabers that are out there). There simply is no substitute for real steel and high-grade polycarbonate over light-weight aluminium or plastic.

Be the star at your next Star Wars convention – turn up dressed as your own Jedi Knight with your own unique lightsaber, and have no fear about your weapon breaking as you swing for the fences! 

The only place to get this is Ebay at a price of $350 and, of course, there’s only one: 

Custom One of a Kind Combat Ready Luxeon Blue LED Removable Blade Lightsaber (ALM)

This is Hasbro’s latest STAR WARS Force FX Lightsaber Prop Replica based on Anakin Skywalker’s (Hayden Christensen) blue lightsaber from the Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.

It features durable die-cast metal parts and is built sturdy enough to give it an authentic feel.

The blade is blue, just like in the movie, achieved via a polycarbonate blade that is permanently attached to the hilt.

Also features realistic power-up and power-down glowing light effects.

Anakin’s Force FX Lightsaber also includes a digitally recorded and motion-sensor-controlled authentic sound effects such as power-up, power-down, idle, movement sounds, and clash sounds. That’s pretty cool, although batteries aren’t included, which isn’t cool. But it’s a small price to pay!

Hasbro advertise each lightsaber as being a fully functioning replica featuring all the lights, sounds, and heft of the actual weapon. I don’t know about “fully functioning”, since it’s not, well, an actual sword laser. That and if you want something to have a real lightsaber fight with I don’t recommend this. It will work for some light bashing, but that’s about it. Nonetheless, we’ll look past that because those don’t really exist. Just sayin.

In any case, this is an awesome lightsaber replica recommended for any avid Star Wars fan.

As a footnote, the hilt on this one is black. I notice in all the promo images for this there’s a box in which the hilt is silver. I believe that relates to the removable blade version. So yes, the box in the images promoting this product is misleading because this one has a permanently attached blade and the hilt is black.

You can get this at a great discount on Amazon right now (33% off!) at the link below:

STAR WARS Anakin Skywalker Force FX Lightsaber Prop Replica (via Amazon, $80.99)

The second cheapest of these I can find is via Entertainment Earth at the link below: 

STAR WARS Anakin Skywalker Force FX Lightsaber Prop Replica (via Entertainment Earth, $104.99)

Some of these go over $200 from different sources, so those two links above are awesome deals. 

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)