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    Dec 8, 2006, 2:51 AM - Different kind of blasters? #1

    Hey Fett-fans,

    I was looking for some cheap Jango blasters and found two "different" (?) versions:





    The second one is the Rubies one if I'm not mistaken; but what's the first one? The same, or not? It looks kinda bigger..
  2. KaanE is offline KaanE
    Dec 8, 2006, 2:52 AM - Re: Different kind of blasters? #2

    The first is a Hasbro Blaster
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    Dec 8, 2006, 4:41 AM - Re: Different kind of blasters? #3

    Which one would be the better choice, next to the MR of course?
    Is the Hasbro one better scale-wise?
  4. KaanE is offline KaanE
    Dec 8, 2006, 4:51 AM - Re: Different kind of blasters? #4

    That of rubies is a bit longer than that of MR, but clear goes out for you to 10$. I leave a review you:

    http://www.thedentedhelmet.com/showt...rubies+blaster


    Looking at those of MR, I advise you if you buy yourself some of rubies to paint the HANDLE ALUMINIUM and the CANNON of CROME PAINT
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    Dec 8, 2006, 9:45 AM - Re: Different kind of blasters? #5

    And what about the hasbro blaster? Is that one pretty accurate as well? Or too big maybe?
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    Dec 8, 2006, 10:00 AM - Re: Different kind of blasters? #6

    I akways had the impression, that the Hasbro versions tip is way to fat.
  7. Dec 8, 2006, 10:20 AM - Re: Different kind of blasters? #7

    Real Scooby said: View Post
    I akways had the impression, that the Hasbro versions tip is way to fat.
    But on the Rubies, it got a really strange shape instead...

    I don't know much of these pistols, but I guess there wouldn't be a big Star Wars logo to sand down on the Rubies. As for sizes, I have no idea.

    Good luck in any case.
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    Dec 8, 2006, 11:47 AM - Re: Different kind of blasters? #8

    I have the rubie's. I always thought the hasbro was considerably smaller
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    Dec 8, 2006, 11:59 AM - Re: Different kind of blasters? #9

    The Rubies blasters are approx. 1.5 inches shorter than the MR. Don't know anything about hasbro, but the Rubies blaster handles are very accurate in shape and size.
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    Dec 8, 2006, 10:17 PM - Re: Different kind of blasters? #10

    KaanE said: View Post
    That of rubies is a bit longer than that of MR, but clear goes out for you to 10$. I leave a review you:
    I reckon u mean Shorter?

    But the rubies is pretty decent and cost effective, if u can get past the shorter barrel....
    Besides, it comes with Sound FXs~

    but its aways a gd starter~

    But a small tip if u using the rubies:
    REM TO MAKE UR HOLSTERS THE MR SIZED IN CASE U NEED TO UPGRADE THE BLASTERS~~~
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    Dec 9, 2006, 6:11 AM - Re: Different kind of blasters? #11

    Hmm, I'll be on the lookout for some Rubies blaster for starters then. Thanks! :thumbup
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    Dec 9, 2006, 10:09 AM - Re: Different kind of blasters? #12

    well another thing is that rubies makes a set of holsters for them where hasbro doesn't

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