One of the most spectacular-looking gun of the sort, made by Quick Shot, a company better known for their cool joysticks for Spectrum and other platforms.
With scope, silencer and magazine!
Check out a demo video before we go into detail!
Main body, infrared toy gun. Trigger activates sound and IR signal.
Barrel mouth, lens view.
Magazine. Insert 4 AA batteries like you´d load rounds. Nice!
Crosshair look from both front and user´s perspective.
Silencer, 3 positions from shorter to longer barrel.
Beautiful thing. Back when the hype was "V" (83/84), Star Wars was big, and G.I.Joe was conquering the civilized world along with Transformers among so many other cool stuff like He-Man...
The target. Could be placed at far distances and still be hit.
With a clip and 2 belt loops. 4 AA batteries are needed to perform.
Status: Available for trade
What a wonderful piece of 80s toy fun. Not Photon or Laser Tag but it will due. : )ReplyDelete
I´ve always loved these "bootleg" toys. Lazer tag has done some serious work (even GIJoe). But I do have a soft spot for these 80s underdogs and some of them are really and seriously hard to find.ReplyDelete
This gun has a commando-ish feel to it while the Laser Tag one was more futuristic looking.Both scream 80's!!!!!ReplyDelete
When I look at it, I see Cobra Commander or the CG Twins, He-Man, Cpt Power, Megatron. Damn,it´s cool!ReplyDelete
I recently acquired new old stock of this toy, mine has a shoulder stock as wellReplyDelete
My quick shot is slighty different from this. .it is dark grey with a blue muzzle and sighting scope that is also a laser dot scope...and it also has a stock to turn it into a rifleReplyDelete
I own one of these in perfect condition but mine has a red dot scope (stock) not a scratch on it. firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
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