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    Star Trek III: The Search for Spock and Deep Space Nine Screen Used Klingon Rifle (1980s). The Klingon rifle was first featured in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock. They were then reused in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. It can be seen being held by various Klingons throughout the series. The main component of the rifle is a disruptor pistol with an added "stock". The pistol was an entirely new design from the "Death Sting" used in Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Made from cast resin, with metal rods throughout the stock. This item features a red, maroon and rust color with silver and black accents. This piece came directly from the official Paramount Star Trek auctions hosted by "It's a Wrap!". Item measures 25" x 9" x 3" and is in Very Good condition, with a small break near the back of the stock, considerable paint chipping, wear to the leather strap, and a chip near the front end of the "barrel".

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    April, 2018
    15th Sunday
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