PRINCESS LEIA BLASTER
(Signature Edition)

Source:
(A New Hope)

Year: 2004

Assortment: Prop Replica

Retail: $499.00

Part Number: SW-122S

Accessories:

  • Signature Plaque
  • Certificate of Authenticity
  • This replica is still available from Master Replicas in both Signature and Limited Edition versions. Click here to order.

    Details:

  • Official reproduction of Princess Leia’s DDC Defender sporting blaster from Star Wars: A New Hope.

  • Comes with a custom display case, numbered plaque personally signed by actress Carrie Fisher, plaque stand, certificate of authenticity with a photo from the autograph event.

  • Approximate dimensions: 15.5” L X 5.5” H X 1.5” W.

  • This museum quality replica has a blaze orange plug set inside the barrel. Some states and countries do not allow shipping of replica guns in their area. It is the buyer’s responsibility to ascertain the legality of purchasing and receiving this replica.

  • Comments: Princess Leia Organa. Imperial Senator and one of the leaders of the Rebel Alliance. Although her spaceship, the Tantive IV, is overrun by Imperial forces, we see early-on that she will not be taken easily. Hiding in the darkness, Leia manages to dispatch a Stormtrooper with her trusty sidearm before she is captured. Like the princess, her personal weapon, the DDC Defender sporting blaster is slender and elegant.



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