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Aliens Pulse Rifle Replica Can be Yours (for the Low, Low Price of $900 Bucks)

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Now, it’s been more than 20 years since Aliens hit the big screen, but that doesn’t make this movie-accurate prop Pulse Rifle any less awesome.

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The guys over at ThinkGeek got their hands on these limited edition replica guns which are completely faithful to the weapons wielded in James Cameron’s classic sci-fi actioner.

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Thanks to the inclusion of metal components, HCG’s M41-A prop replica weighs in at a hefty 15 pounds, and offers realistic pump-action and a collapsible shoulder stock. Plus, when you drop a clip into the chamber with a couple of AA batteries, you’ll get an LED ammo counter – which locks in a reassuring 95 rounds – too bad it doesn’t count down when you pull the trigger. It’s a bummer they don’t include a shoulder strap for the price either.

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Here’s an extensive video review of this puppy in action I found over on YouTube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=okE069goMMc

Want one of these bad boys? You’ll have to pony up $900 of your hard earned clams to add this to your collection. But if you’re looking for a really special gift for the science fiction fan in your house, you’ll definitely want to check it out.



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