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subzero
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Short shot Imp blaster

Postby subzero » Fri Jan 12, 2018 11:46 am

This may be a tricky one to value but I have this 'short shot' factory error blaster, just wondering if there's anyone on here who collects / owns any of these and if they have any clue of the value?, I don't know if there's even much of a market for them but I read in another post some do collect them.

Not for sale btw, cheers! :)

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Re: Short shot Imp blaster

Postby Clarkspie&chips » Fri Jan 12, 2018 12:14 pm

I picked up a standard dark blue blaster at FF for £15 before Christmas so I suppose you can start there and work up! This will be a very niche area of collecting though so it will totally depend on the buyer in terms of final value but I personally wouldn't pay much more than a standard version.

If it's solid black though you could sell it on Facebook for over £100 :o

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Re: Short shot Imp blaster

Postby subzero » Fri Jan 12, 2018 12:20 pm

Clarkspie&chips wrote:I picked up a standard dark blue blaster at FF for £15 before Christmas so I suppose you can start there and work up! This will be a very niche area of collecting though so it will totally depend on the buyer in terms of final value but I personally wouldn't pay much more than a standard version.

If it's solid black though you could sell it on Facebook for over £100 :o


Yes that's exactly the problem is it's extremely niche, luckily I got it for just a fiver over what a normal one is worth, I didn't mind paying a little premium on it as they're extremely hard to find and I wanted it for something unique to display among my collection.

Unfortunately it's not solid black though but very dark blue. :(

Thanks for the input! :)
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