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  1. Deus Machina

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    I remember it needing certain perks to stay relevant. It does so much longer in 4 than the other first-person ones.
    That's part of an entire Halloween costume, by the way. 10mm, Stimpak, vault suit, and even Pip-Boy. If I had a workshop any more, I'd have built a functioning Fat Man.
    I'm really not much into the whole costuming thing, but I am into making stuff, and had a stretch of time on call that demanded I keep my hands busy.
     
  2. Pete D.

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    in Neal Stephenson's novel "Snow Crash" one of the principal characters hooks up temporarily with a made guy from a mafia run pizza organization (I know, I know. In the book, it makes sense). This fellow has acquired an experimental automatic weapon that is powered by a miniature nuclear reactor. It fires tiny depleted uranium pellets ala railgun style at VERY high velocity.
    Pete
     
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  3. RovinOn

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    This was mentioned earlier,,, The U.N.C.L.E. Special
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    This was a must have as a kid!
     
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  4. crestoncowboy

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    Marvin the Martian had a pretty good "one shot stop percentage" with his pistol too. Only daffy could be turned to dust and come back over and over
     
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  5. armoredman

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    Only because Porky Pig had the Reintegration Pistol. :D
     
  6. crestoncowboy

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    Horse poo.....Porky couldn't even say re..rein reinte...reintegration.. p ..p.. p ...pistol
     
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    ^^^
    All that lacks is an "Ominous Hum" sound effect... ;)
     
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  9. RedlegRick

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    I got that reference. Interesting web comic there.
     
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  10. Tommygunn

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    I had one of those "Johnny Seven" toy rifles as a kid. It was a lotta fun. We had some great toys back in the 1960s.

    Interestingly .... or strangely .... Johnny Seven was the screen name of an actor way back then who had a "tough guy" sorta image and played thugs on tv series like NAKED CITY and IRONSIDE, and eventually wound up with a semi-regular role on IRONSIDE as Inspector/Lt. Carl Reese.

    This had no connection to the toy gun ....just an odd coincidence.
     
  11. Shanghai McCoy

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    Glad ya got it. :thumbup:
    Funny thing, I discovered it some years back after a member here mentioned it.
     
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    That's the front sight...
     
  13. Tommygunn

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    If THAT'S the front sight, it must hit awfully low from the p.o.a.!!!! :evil:
     
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    THOOOOOOOOMMM!!!

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  15. Shanghai McCoy

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    Preceded by an Ominous hum... ;)
     
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  16. Daveboone

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    Star Trek phaser. compact, ergonomic, never misses.
     
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  17. Trunk Monkey

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    Would a working Taurus qualify as fictional
     
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  18. Yujun

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    The Dominators from the anime Psycho-Pass.

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    There's even a company that makes a working toy replica of it for $800... minus the microwave blasts of death, that is.

     
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  19. NIGHTLORD40K

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    A real gun based on a toy gun which transforms into a fictional robot......
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  20. MidRoad

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    What about the trigun revolver?
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    *snort* Anything costs more than I make in a month.....
     
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    *snort* Anything costs more than I make in a month....
     
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  24. tlynch

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    I'm going to go with Eddie Valiant's revolver in Who Framed Roger Rabbit, given to him by Yosemite Sam. Plus, dum dums!

    Regards,
    Tom
     
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