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    A Prop Gun Rig from "The Expendables 2" Lionsgate, 2012. Heavy black leather utility belt with three holsters containing prop, painted rubber guns with no moving parts including two .45 ACP handguns modeled after the Kimber Gold Combat II and a revolver modeled after the Single Action Army .45. The prop Combat II guns have varying grips, the first with faux scrimshaw panels, featuring the raven on skull motif, inset on wood grips the second with the same motif printed on adhesive paper and adhere to a black rubber grips. The belt and holsters are by Galco with custom brass belt buckle that joins to form the raven on skull motif, all used by Stallone as "Barney Ross."
    Longest holster: 11 1/2"


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2015
    18th-20th Friday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 12
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