When miniaturisation goes wrong. While embarking on his latest exercise in minisculisation, making a 1/4 scale replica of F.M.O.M Industries' Wave Disruptor Gun, Dr Grordbort discovered rather too late that an early batch had its vaccuum fibrillation polarities cross-wired, which resulted in a violent implosion.
Upon superficial inspection, the guns were deemed unusable for anything but decorative purposes and even that's a stretch.
However, with a split ring contrapted to its butt, it's found a new lease of life as a key fob. Huzzaaah!
These keyrings will ship directly from New Zealand to locations all over the world.
My keys are so much prettier now.
A handy little thing, this keyring! When I begin to uncontrollably rave... Read more.
A handy little thing, this keyring! When I begin to uncontrollably rave about Rayguns to the un-informed, the question I usually get asked is; 'What the hell is a Raygun?' That's when I whip out this fantastic little keyring, and entice them into checking out the REAL rayguns! Hide.
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Stepping out with style
My house key doesn't know itself! Robust, though imitation brass/bronze...perhaps a... Read more.
My house key doesn't know itself! Robust, though imitation brass/bronze...perhaps a dirivative of Tremontium? Anyway, it does make things look all the more dashing.
I'm sure if circumstances would present itself that my key refuses to work, I could open the door with my raygun blaster. Either way, entry to my home is now sorted. HAZZAH! Hide.
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