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    Original hero "illuminating" Type-2 Phaser Pistol from Star Trek III: The Search for Spock. Original hero "illuminating" Type-2 Phaser Pistol from Star Trek III: The Search for Spock. (Paramount, 1984) This highly desirable Type-2 Phaser pistol is highly reminiscent of the weapons used on Star Trek: The Original Series (the Phasers from The Motion Picture and The Wrath of Khan departed greatly from the original Matt Jefferies design). Built at Industrial Light & Magic, this Phaser measures 9.5 in. and is constructed of sturdy solid resin. The main body is detailed with a matte-finish and metallic grey paint with blue accents on the sides. The built-in Type-1 portion of the weapon is painted matte black. A switch at the top illuminates oscillating green and red lights on a small square panel; when the trigger is depressed a series of four red bars rapidly illuminate in sequence. This Phaser was built for the production but not screen-used. Comes from a former ILM employee. In very good condition.

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    July, 2013
    28th Sunday
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