Looking for display solution for Han ANH

Riskbreaker

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Can anyone recommend a non-enclosed display option for a Han ANH blaster? I was thinking some type of cradle. Are any of these readily available anywhere?

Help appreciated. Thanks.
 

ob1al

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How about this as an idea; I cut a section of steel grill and used 4 hooks to secure it to the wall. The hookes were positioned to house my ESB and ANH blasters:



Simple and inexpensive, but it like the way it looks and I can easily take a blaster down and play with it. :)
 

wuher da brewer

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Mine is a cast iron plateholder I got from Garden Ridge. I cut the curlicues off the ends of each bracket. I added a hook to the middle at the top so I could have two points anchored to a stud.

 

luke moonwalker

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I was thinking about one of these too...

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Seems easy enough to make one, or they pop up on ebay all the time...

Completed Auction

-Jay
 

Darth Lars

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On another board, I saw a simple acrylic stand made from a rod and a square U-bar that supported the flat underside of the mag/trigger. Simple and stylish.
 

Gatekeeper

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Originally posted by luke moonwalker@Jan 18 2006, 10:55 PM

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Nice. Would those work with a Denix too?
 

Prop Runner

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Originally posted by SL3844+Jan 18 2006, 05:19 PM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(SL3844 @ Jan 18 2006, 05:19 PM)</div>
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Nice. Would those work with a Denix too?
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Nope - you need the correct stock rail. Only a real or MGC c96 will work with that base.

- Gabe
 

Gigatron

Sr Member
Well, this is how I dsplay mine:




Made the display my self. A pine plank and some dowels. Printed out the pictures and overlayed them with plexi. Took a couple of hours start to finish.

Thanks to WC for hosting.

-Fred
 
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