bladerunner blaster

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trooperprop

Well-Known Member
Hi all,

Been cleaning out my proproom and found this balderunner blaster.
It does not longer fit my collection and wonder what it origens are and what would it be worth today?

I bought it in London around 1995/ 96
It was very clean cast in I beleive grey resin. Very smooth.
It has screws and does light up. I build it myself.
Any help would be welcome.

(ps if this is the wrong forum to ask this please move it to the junkyard? ) :confused

Greetings from the Netherlands,

BasD




 

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LeoFirebrand

Active Member
Looks like a PKD-1 Replica by Rick Ross. It's not the most accurate of replicas but I know its still very common to see and alot of people have them. Cant help on price but someone else might be able to.
 

Nobby

Sr Member
It's worth about £5, which I will happily give you in return for this PKD :lol
Of course, I am joking..... :)

If it's something you're looking to sell, I'm sure you'll have no trouble finding a buyer :)
 

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Serenity

Sr Member
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Yep, it's a Rick Ross PKD V1 from the mid-1990s. Even though they're not screen accurate, all of Rick's blasters are still great looking interpretations. (Keep in mind, these were made pre-Worldcon discovery of the real prop.)

Pflager Katsumata

Last time I saw one up for sale, it went for around $150USD but the LEDs didn't work...
 

phase pistol

Master Member
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A very handsome PKD! :cool

Sort of an alternate version to the prop... Kind of like the Brad Nelson Phaser in Star Trek terms. Very well done, not accurate, but highly regarded nonetheless.

K
 

trooperprop

Well-Known Member
Thanks guys! Always great to hear you comments. I will be selling it to a fellow in the netherlands. Greetings BasD
 

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