Some of my prop replicas

Discussion in 'Replica Props' started by BTTFfan88, Feb 25, 2012.

  1. BTTFfan88

    BTTFfan88 Active Member

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    Here's a selection of my modest collection...

    Back to the Future paper props (made by me, save the Almanac)

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    Luke Skywalker's lightsaber from ESB (by Parks Sabers)

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    Han Solo's BlasTech DL-44 heavy blaster pistol from ESB (Denix Mauser, resin scope and mount, and Blast Tech flash hider)

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    Luke's Hero lightsaber from ROTJ (by Master Replicas)

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    Mine is number 1138 out of a limited run of 2500 :)

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    The Joker's knife from The Dark Knight

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    James Bond's Walther PPK with silencer (Denix with custom silencer)

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    Starfleet issued phaser from Star Trek: TOS (Diamond Select)

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    Starfleet communicator from TOS (Diamond Select)

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    Starfleet issued phaser from Star Trek II: TWOK (Diamond Select)

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    Starfleet issued phaser from Star Trek V & VI (repainted Playmates)

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    Dirty Harry's Smith & Wesson M29 .44 Magnum (UHC 132 airsoft BB gun with real S&W medallions added by me)

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    Airsoft Colt M1911 A1 by UHC (needs weathering)

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  2. bobatrek

    bobatrek Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Nice. Your Starfleet issued phaser from Star Trek V & VI (repainted Playmates) has always been one of my favorites.
     
  3. thd9791

    thd9791 Master Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Great Collection!
     
  4. swisscheese

    swisscheese New Member

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    Sweet collection man. I always love seeing Back to the Future stuff and I really like the Dirty Harry revolver.
     
  5. Noeland

    Noeland Sr Member

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    Very nice collection. Thanks for sharing that. I've been thinking about picking up one of those airsoft 44's too.
     
  6. BTTFfan88

    BTTFfan88 Active Member

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    Mine too. I was at a convention and saw one at a booth. By the time I made my way back to it, some little kid was buying it. Later that day I found one in a lady's "discount" bin. She didn't even know how rare it was.:lol

    Thanks!

    I appreciate that. I wish I had more BTTF stuff, aside from my multiple DeLorean models.

    Thanks! The UHC revolver is surprisingly nice. You should definitely pick one up, if you are able.


    I recently acquired one of Wade Egan's Webley "WG" recasts. I added a lanyard ring and painted it up. It still needs a little work.

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    Here's one I did two years ago

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  7. Rev Marsh

    Rev Marsh New Member

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    Wow, nice collection! I love paper prop reproductions! They are so available for anyone to make with little tools.
     
  8. BTTFfan88

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    I bought another airsoft Colt 1911 with plans to mock it up to look like Arnold's Colt/Detonics 1911A1 Series 70 Hybrid from Terminator 2. It arrived today and I started working right away. It still needs a good amount of work. I ordered some Pachmayr combat grips too.

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  9. BTTFfan88

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    I've been doing a little more custom work to my Denix Walther PPK. I added some real Walther grips and took the finger-rest from a cheap airsoft PPK.

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    The unaltered Denix PPK is on the bottom

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  10. BTTFfan88

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    Long time no post! I've been slightly obsessed with Walking Dead lately. I've had the UHC TDS Colt Python for a year or more. I had grand plans for it, but I think I've reached a stopping point... I might rework it a little later.

    My recipe is pretty popular:

    UHC 938 with 6" barrel

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    UHC 939 (for the grips)

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    "Wooden" grips added

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    With genuine Colt medallions, Colt logo decal, and rear sight from the 939 (grips need repainting, especially after I scratched the crap out of it)

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    I also (somewhat) successfully engraved the words, "PYTHON 357 - *.357 MAGNUM CTG*" on the barrel. It ain't pretty, but I think it's... okay.

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    Here's my Rick costume (WIP)

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  11. BTTFfan88

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    Apologies for my absence of late. Here are some recent/updated replicas of mine:

    My modified Tanaka Smith & Wesson 1917 Hand Ejector and Denix Browning Hi-Power

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    My rather pitiful attempt at Han Solo's "Greedo Killer" blaster from ANH (WIP)

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    My custom Denix Walther PPK and my James Bond inspired Invicta diver's watch (Rolex Submariner look-alike)

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    My Dirty Harry Smith & Wesson M29 .44 Magnum

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  12. BTTFfan88

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    Here's my most recent attempt at Han's "Greedo Killer"

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    I used a Denix C96, the scope, scope mount and heat sink from the Doopy Doo's resin kit, and a 3D printed flash hider from Shapeways. What do you all think? :)
     
  13. WayneSzalinski

    WayneSzalinski New Member

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    Hi there. Great collection, I was wondering how did you make the suppressor for your Denix PPK? I have one myself and was wondering how to go about making one. Thanks
     
  14. BTTFfan88

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    Thanks! The suppressor was actually from an old German cap gun. I believe Wicke is the brand. I think it was officially licensed from the 90s. Finally a large screw was affixed and it was completely painted flat black.

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  15. WayneSzalinski

    WayneSzalinski New Member

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    You're welcome! So is it permanently attached or can it go on and off? And if so, how were you able to make it that way for yours? :)
     
  16. BTTFfan88

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    Friction is basically what keeps it on. It's not permanent.

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  17. WayneSzalinski

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    Thank you very much. :)
     

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