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Old 01-15-2011, 07:12 PM
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Like toy robots, "flying saucers" and spacecraft designs, sci-fi ray guns seem to be another bit of collectible tech culture that's evolved and is gaining popularity lately. The "real McCoy" hasn't appeared just yet, but in the meantime here are a few classic designs. Have any favorite "atomic disintegrator/pulse pistol/phazer/raygun" models of your own?

The original Buck Rogers ray gun that started it all:
http://sprkt.net/x/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/Buck-Rogers-Atomic-Disintegrator.jpeg (broken link)

The fabled Pyrotomic Disintegrator pistol, produced in 1952 by Pyro Plastics, and now fetching
several thousand dollars each on the collector market (if you can find one):

A replica of Harrison Ford/Deckard's PDF pistol from the movie "Bladerunner"

And the whimsical Steampunk rayguns from WETA Workshops in NZ (the SFX house for Lord of the Rings)


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