I dont see that being aproblem the inner sleeve thatkeeps the saber from being exposed has 2 slots in it to make a 9V battery fit I say move t up a bit or cut a section out and get some black cloth to hide the openings and you could have the sound come out virtually anywhere if you dont want to destroy a nice pommel.
Post by Tai-Shon Quinn on Aug 6, 2007 1:55:23 GMT -5
Corgi/MR is not picking up Lucasfilm licensing begining of 2008 on the market of it's shareholders.In other words no more new Star Wars prop replicas will be made after 2008 This makes me very angry very angry indeed
Careful J'aii-Gun, anger leads to the darkside. I too am very upset with this news. There are so many other Force FX lightsabers I would like to see hit the market. For example: Obi-Wan's TPM, Dooku's, Sidious', Qui-Gon's, and even Luke's darkside saber, just to name a few.
There's gonna be another company that picks up the license and how to make these isn't a secret, a Guy named Danakin acually took one of his Maul's apart and made a Dooku combining it with a hasbro handle. Whoever gets the license will get to look over these props and they'll do the same thing MR has done and possibly better.
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Post by Jedimom/Cor-Al Gelkar on Aug 7, 2007 8:30:02 GMT -5
There's a lot of speculation going on about who will get the license. For example, a couple of the founders of MR -- who were not happy with the Corgi deal -- started another company (can't think of the name right now, but it is basically numbers and letters) and rumor has it that they may be awarded the license. Rumors do abound
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