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Ion Blaster Commander Human-Scale G1 Optimus Prime Rifle Replica Crowdfunding Campaign Now Underway

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Back in April, we showed you the prototype for a three foot long "human scale" replica of Optimus Prime's signature rifle with a complex electronics package giving it a variety of lights and sounds. The creators of that prototype, M-Deck, reached out to us to let us know that they have now launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund a limited production of two variants of their Ion Blaster project. With an anticipated delivery in June-July of 2019, potential buyers will have only a short time - less than a month from now - to decide whether they'd like to add this to their collection. Keep reading for more information and videos demonstrating the electronics!

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