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:

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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)