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Master Replica EE-3

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    Master Replica EE-3

    Anyone seen these yet?
    If anyone's got the cash lying around it might make a good reference for the rest of us

    http://masterreplicas.com/customer/s...list.php?cid=5

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    shortimer52's Avatar
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    Re: Master Replica EE-3

    Ive been kicking around the idea of getting it. But after the clone helmet gaggle I dont know.
    Whats the diffrence between the SE and the reg blaster?

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    Re: Master Replica EE-3

    shortimer52 said:
    Whats the diffrence between the SE and the reg blaster?
    The word "signature" and $100.

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    Re: Master Replica EE-3

    Im not much for the MR stuff to expensive and too fragile to carry around. Well not really fragile but when you spend more than 600 dollars on something it kinda makes you afraid to carry it to cons and stuff...but i have held this EE3, and it is heavy..

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    Re: Master Replica EE-3

    i HATE this crap MR pulls- not showing the "Actual product" and all...if im on the MR sight looking at a fett blaster, i already KNOW that it was modeled after the one in the movie..show me what your sending me for my $700..pelase!

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    Re: Master Replica EE-3

    Bro you have a point!!!

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    Re: Master Replica EE-3

    Even if they post a pic of the hero or one of the "copys" they still have to put "actual product may vary" just becase they can all be identical. But I dont agree with using a pic of the screen used prop, as that is not what you are getting.

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    Re: Master Replica EE-3

    They still dont even have a real picture of their clone helmet!

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    Re: Master Replica EE-3

    ..really grinds my gears...

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    Re: Master Replica EE-3

    I am so going to change my signiture back now.

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    Re: Master Replica EE-3

    I don't get why anyone would spend that much on that, You can make one for $150 and the paint is black, drybrushed with aluminum, wash with brown, not hard at all.

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    Limited Editon Size announced!

    From the MR BOG

    " The (bounty) hunter has become the hunted... as Master Replicas' Boba Fett Blaster Limited Edition replica has becomeone of the fastest-selling LE Blasters in the company's history. And the chase
    is about to become more intense than ever - because we're pleased to announce that the Boba Fett Blaster LE will have a world-wide limited run of 1,500 units!"

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    Re: Master Replica EE-3

    Holy crap only 1,500 units, man I guess if you want one you had better pre-order. Although I am not a ROTJ Boba Fett so I guess I will have to wait until they come around to doing an ESB EE-3. Although I seriously doubt that I will ditch the blaster that I am currently working on, to bad they can't lower their prices.

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    Re: Master Replica EE-3

    Well, I know I will never be buying it. Ever. Way better things to spend that kind of money on, like parts for, say..hmm..a costume. Like everyone else, I'd be terrified to carry it around.

    And what's with all this "Chromed Saber Edition, Gold Saber Edition, Chrome Black Saber Edition" crap?!? Yeah, like I want an Anakin lightsaber in every color of the rainbow to display.

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    Re: Master Replica EE-3

    Very true, I would never troop with it so really what would be the point of having it?

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    Re: Master Replica EE-3

    DonnieDarko688 said:
    Very true, I would never troop with it so really what would be the point of having it?
    It's for the hard-core Fett or Star Wars collectors.

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    Re: Master Replica EE-3

    I'd rather have a real Webley than yet another prop replica. You could buy great replicas way before MR decided to do one.

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    Re: Master Replica EE-3

    HAHA, yeah a real Webley would be freaking awesome!

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    Re: Master Replica EE-3

    DonnieDarko688 said:
    HAHA, yeah a real Webley would be freaking awesome!
    Until you have to carry it around for a couple of hours.

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    Re: Master Replica EE-3

    This is why I love my Sidewinder resin replica.... Affordable, light, sturdy and it's xtremely accurate!

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    Re: Master Replica EE-3

    Right, but I wouldn't mind having the real thing. Even if I did have to carry it around for hours.

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    Re: Master Replica EE-3

    DonnieDarko688 said:
    HAHA, yeah a real Webley would be freaking awesome!
    It would be.

    I realize the MR version is a replica but then again if you make an EE-3 from a real Webley.. well it's still a replica!

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    Re: Master Replica EE-3

    good point a fake is a fake. I would pather have a real one too. I think I will save my money rather than invest in a fake, that I am not going to use that often.. I understan having the best is...a good measuring tool. but sometimes people take accuracy too far when the goal is to get together, hang out and have a good time. I would rather make my own from scratch, ( even get a good replica from one of the guys here)than pay too much for something that I will not use that often. In the end if I build it myself I get the skill to make another. If I pay one of you guys here then I stick up for the small bussiness guy. I am sure MR can do without my bussiness it's not like they are using it to pay their rent... whereas one of the guys here might be. See WAY more benefits ( as I see it) buy buying here or making it myself.

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    Re: Master Replica EE-3

    Great points Skirata! I'd much rather help out a fellow Fett-enthusiast by buying their kit. Plus, it's a lot more fun and challenging putting it together and painting it. With MR, you just throw down $600-700, wait a while (maybe a long while, knowing MR ), recieve it, and well...that's it.

    Unless you think it's thrilling and exciting to put a huge dent in your wallet and wait for a rediculously long time for a blaster, it would be a lot better to buy a kit.

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