ScruffyLookingNH wrote:In theory, report these as unlicenced fakes and eBay should remove them. Worth 20 seconds on reporting the item....
Robstyley wrote:They're not fooling me. Yes they are close in many ways but they are also all wrong. The scope's too thick, the magazines the wrong shape, the protrusion at the very back is the wrong shape and the whole sculpt is too sharp. And the colour is wrong. These kind of fairly accurate Imp blasters have been around for years, some of these below were sold to me as long as 9 years ago. I still don't think anyone has made good enough repros to fool a reasonably experienced collector.
aussiejames wrote:Nick the injection point (not EPM- which are ejector pin marks) on the Imperial blasters is on the back of the scope- unlike any other known Imperial blaster. So like the repro Jawa blaster having it on the front of the barrel- these are dead giveaways.
Rob you mention these blasters:
to me those are all real, what am I missing??
ScruffyLookingNH wrote:Well now, isn't that a coincidence. It gets reported here and all of a sudden.....he ends the listing. We got a lurker in our midst, I reckon. Maybe coincidence, but I doubt it.
If eBay had ended it then it would bring up an error message, but this has clearly been ended by the seller.
He has 13, yep thirteen, other listings running on these. I've reported 6 (not saying which 6), if everyone spent a couple of mins picking random ones then it may have some effect. eBay will at least flag the account and one dealing in counterfeit goods which will complicate any future disputes this prick gets in.
And if the seller is reading this: you're a cunt.
Waltham Wookiee wrote:I messaged the seller to try and get them to understand the damage this dose to our hobby. She just mocked me and said she didn't care.
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