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A replica is an exact reproduction, such as of a painting, as it was executed by the original artist or a copy or reproduction, especially one on a scale smaller than the original.
A replica is a copying closely resembling the original concerning its shape and appearance. An inverted replica complements the original by filling its gaps. It can be a copy used for historical purposes, such as being placed in a museum. Sometimes the original never existed. Replicas and reproductions can be related to any form of licensing an image for others to use, whether it is through photos, postcards, prints, miniature or full size copies they represent a resemblance of the original object.
"Not all incorrectly attributed items are intentional forgeries. In the same way that a museum shop might sell a print of a painting or a replica of a vase, copies of statues, paintings, and other precious artefacts have been popular through the ages.
However, replicas have often been used illegally for forgery and counterfeits, especially of money and coins, but also commercial merchandise such as designer label clothing, luxury bags and accessories, and luxury watches. In arts or collectible automobiles, the term "replica" is used for discussing the non-original recreation, sometimes hiding its real identity.
In motor racing, especially motorcycling, often manufacturers will produce a street version product with the colours of the vehicle or clothing of a famous racer. This is not the actual vehicle or clothing worn during the race by the racer, but a fully-officially-approved brand-new street-legal product in similar looks. Typically found in helmets, race suits/clothing, and motorcycles, they are coloured in the style of racers, and often carry the highest performance and safety specifications of any street-legal products. These high-performance race-look products termed "Replica", are priced higher and are usually more sought-after than plain colours of the same product.
Because of gun ownership restrictions in some locales, gun collectors create non-functional legal replicas of illegal firearms. Such replicas are also preferred to real firearms when used as a prop in a film or stage performance, generally for safety reasons.
A prop replica is an authentic-looking duplicate of a prop from a video game, movie or television show.
Here's a great accessory to go with your FN FiveseveN (or just by itself). Great practice at Airsoft cost! This listing includes the pistol, an extra 20-round magazine, magazine reloading tool and 5000 20 gram Airsoft pellets. The pistol lists for $150.00, the magazine lists for $38, I don't...
It’s been quite the story with this gun. For those not in the know, a small manufacturer called Hill and Mac Gunworks, was just one of many outfits producing reactive targets, selling parts kits, and maybe the occasional parts kit build. They took the gun community by storm several years ago by...
Very nice "low round count" shooting collectable.
Rare 3 & 1/2" version.
This gun speaks for itself.
No box on this one.
Ruger Single 7 .327 mag. + cash
Ruger LCRx .9mm or .327 mag only + cash
Ruger SP-101 .9mm only + cash
USFA 12-22, 4 3/4" barrel only + cash from me
I have a Nakata Japanese MP-40 for sale. It is an open bolt full auto blank firing replica. However I do not have a magazine and it might need a new recoil spring. Sold as is. What you see is what you get. $400 Plus shipping cost, or trade for a PPS-43C in 7.62x25. I'll add $$ for the right one.
Both are (Replica’s)
One is Black
One is rattle canned Tan/FDE
Full metal construction (Heavy)
Feels really solid !
$20 each or $35 for the pair
Trades in open :
- Magpul Pmags
- 30rd usgi mags
- Glock 17 magazines
quoted from elsewhere on the net:
Australian Man Who Printed 3D Replica Guns Gets 50-Month Suspended Sentence, 12 Months Probation - The Truth About Guns
The case occurred in the Australian state of New South Wales which includes Sidney. New South Wales is the only Australian state that has...
So I’ve spents hundreds outfitting each rifles with real Troy Inc & Knights Armament and finally Magpul iron sights.
I decided to see how a replica set of Knights Armament licensed flip up Airsoft iron sights would hold up. I’m actually shocked..
$29.99 they are full aluminum with steel...
Allen Thurber replica .50. Believed to be from the early 70's! This gun has been acid etched with scroll work and the owners initials as well as a hand carved Ram. This is a Mowrey manufacture gun. The front sight blade was hand made with a canadian coin. Please see photos for condition...
I am offering my Brand New and Unfired Colt Walker replica by Uberti (owned by Beretta) with the following accessories:
Presentation Case (Made from Silverware case)
Box of 100 .457 lead balls
Container of 100 CCI #10 Percussion Caps
Jar of 100 Pyrodex Pellets
Tube of Bore Butter...
So, as my next build for long-term planning I've decided on an M4gery, Full Metal Milspec as close as I can get other than the 16" barrel, no Rock & Roll option and upgrading to Mid gas. (Markings aren't important to me.)
I'm looking at one of these two Palmetto kits as a start: