Augmenting security with discretion, the Victorious Mongoose has been purposely produced at just over half the size of the earlier wave weapons, while still packing the punch of its big-boned counterparts. Snugly nestled in an unbearably dashing leather-embossed and satin-lined case, the world's first concealable ray pistol is at last upon us in complete and flawless glory.
Our much cherished pocket-size atomiser - the world's first concealable ray pistol and the fourth in Doctor Grordbrort's line of infallible aether oscillators - is now available for your fine and capable hands to clasp and fondle. With an edition size of a mere 400, this punchy little nipper is flying off the shelves like a cash-eating flying fish attacking your wallet - and those of you who have had the privilege of such a rare encounter will know what curious jollies are to be had there. You know who you are.
The display box is approximately 240mm W x 170mm D x 90mm H (9.5" x 6.5" x 3.5") *All sizes are approximate*
Displays nicely in its case.
Designed by Greg Broadmore. Sculpted and Built by Dave Tremont.
A victory for Dr. Grordbort!
I have been collecting science fiction weaponry - both replicas and screen-used... Read more.
I have been collecting science fiction weaponry - both replicas and screen-used props - for nearly 15 years. I cannot emphasize enough how wonderful the Dr. Grordbort's collection is. Unlike most of the items that I have weaned out of my collection over the years, the RayGun's are not toys. They are works of art.
I could go on forever about the beauty in both form and presentation of the Victorious Mongoose 1902A. Instead I will mention only my favorite aspect, which to my mind epitomizes the beauty of this collection.
The case which houses the V.M. is a masterpiece. Unlike other Sci-Fiction replicas out there which come in plastic or cardboard cases, Dr. Grordbort's contraption's of massive destruction arrive in high quality containers of velvet lined pressed metal; or as in the case of the V.M., velvet- lined wood jacketed by embossed leather. The case itself is a thing of beauty that must be seen to be appreciated.
I could sing the praises of this piece forever, but instead I will just sing: "Thank You Dr. Grordbort!" Hide.
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It's a Beauty!!
I own #14!!! I am very impressed by the weight of this... Read more.
I own #14!!! I am very impressed by the weight of this piece. It is a work of art. A truly imaginative design. The case is beautiful. I am still trying to figure out how the "thing on a string" works. :) Very cool fun!! A++ Hide.
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The VM is very nice and while it may seem intended for... Read more.
The VM is very nice and while it may seem intended for the "mysterious sex" it is not in the least bit unmanly - there's only a tiny little bit of Victorian flowery decoration. Besides, miscreants will be too busy melting or running to notice and it's nice for those occasions - formal dinners or visits to dens of iniquity - when it would be so gauche to carry one of the larger weapons.
This was the only gun I was going to buy but it was delayed (hmmm...) and gave me too much time to think and bought all the others.
What attracted me to the Dr. G guns, aside from their whimsy and beauty of design, was the presentation and the fact they were cast in metal (rather than resin) and were NOT based on any existing movie - they stood by themselves as works of sf art. And this one is solid, you could wear to a con without worrying about breakage of little antenna bits.
Artist recommended!!!! Hide.
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