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    Firefly "The Lassiter" working antique laser pistol. (TCF TV, 2002-2003) Credited as one of the first laser weapons in this Sci-Fi universe. Constructed of tooled aluminum, cast resin, acrylic, and copper components and electronics. Measuring 12 x 9 x 4.5 in. the large futuristic box at the top of the weapon is mounted to an aluminum grip handle and base. Tooled aluminum muzzle with acrylic double barrel muzzle, which illuminates when the trigger button is depressed. With affixed aluminum laser sight at the top of the device, which illuminates when a button at the back of the grip is depressed. A tracking screen is fixed to the butt of the weapon and also illuminates and animates when a toggle switch at the bottom of the box portion is switched on. Buttons on the display screen operate an LED counter and radar map. Named after creator Josh Whedon's friend and Pixar head, John Lassiter. In fully functioning fine condition. NOTE: also used in seaQuest DSV (1994) Episode 20; "Abalon".

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