A Subray Car Named Destruction - one-of-a-kind : The Righteous Bison - Unpainted

$49.00 USD
10.4" x 15.7" x 3.1" (H x W x D)
26.5 cm x 40 cm x 8 cm
1.1 lbs (490 g)

This is an unpainted version of the Righteous Bison Indivisible Particle Smasher.

It's available to order specifically for a customisation competition run by The Replica Prop Forum (therpf.com)

The gun is identical to the painted version apart from the obvious. Instead of being hand painted, it will be delivered in the basic black colour of the injection moulded ABS plastic it is made from. As it is injection moulded, it is hollow and has an articulated springloaded trigger. 

You will need to be a member of The Replica Prop Forum to enter the competition. Membership is free.


The Righteous Bison is no ordinary raygun. Far from it.

Where traditionally manufacturers in the Wave Oscillation genre have (some say lazily) gone down the well charted route of heft and mass, the Righteous Bison has been designed with the handler in mind. Portability and wieldability have been the guiding lights for the ground breaking team of young talent that's been put in charge of this whimsical undertaking.

It is furthermore an eminently suitable accessoire to your pseudo-victorian attire for weekending in the country or impressing your peers at parties or other large gatherings. The Righteous Bison can take a fair amount of man-handling. And even more woman-handling!

The result, ladies and gentlemen, as I'm sure you agree, is nothing short of pretty good. The gun is about the same weight as a small brown trout (or two pints of Pale Ale) and can be fired continuously without exhausting the sportsman. Much like a good man-servant.

It is despatched packaged in equally light-weight materials and should reach you at your desired destination quick-smart.  

Made from Imitation Metal*

Any similarity between the Righteous Bison Indivisible Particle Smasher and the raygun silhouette in the crest of Grordbort Industries is naturally not completely coincidental. They're both rayguns, silly.

Displays nicely on a Universal Gun Stand (available separately)!

*Imitation Metal is a light-weight compound that looks and feels remarkably like ABS plastic under Earth conditions

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Weta Collector
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Just discovered the contest by RPF using the unpainted bison. I... Read more.

Just discovered the contest by RPF using the unpainted bison. I need one to compete. We can't leave out the Artemis Gordon Laboratory! Hide.

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Weta Collector
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Stealth Righteous Bison (AKA the unpainted naked version)

I have just received my stealth version of the Righteous Bison, with... Read more.

I have just received my stealth version of the Righteous Bison, with a black coating of non-reflective, anti-magnetic, maghemite paint. This is perfect for stealth missions involving sneaking up on Moon Men bases undetected and wiping them out in an underhand and ungentlemanly way - nothing less that the buggers deserve too, if you ask me. Venusians for sport, but Moon Men for wanton merciless slaughter!

Apparently the idea is that you are supposed to modify or decorate the naked Bison is some manner as part of a squalid competition open to the masses, but it was a bargain for $50 in any case. One can bask in the smooth inky-blacknes of the Stealth Bison in all its simple glory, and it goes jolly well with full evening dress as well. It smashes those indivisible particles and kicks protons in the groin as well as the normal fully clothed version, I am glad to say. It also comes in a normal Righteous Bison box, which has a wonderful painting of said raygun by Head Lackey Broadmore, which is worth framing in my opinion! Huzzah! Hide.

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