The Attacking Martian

Members
  • Content count

    5
  • Joined

  • Last visited


About The Attacking Martian

  • Rank
    Newbie
  • Birthday 12/31/1991

Previous Fields

  • Your Name Harrison Hinton
  • VALIDATION QUESTION Robby the Robot

Profile Information

  • Gender Male
  • Location United Kingdom

The Attacking Martian's Activity

  1. The Attacking Martian added a post in a topic: Atomic Disintegrator Variation   



    I'm glad you like it!

    It's great to be in such a friendly, enthusiastic atmosphere! :D
  2. The Attacking Martian added a post in a topic: Atomic Disintegrator Variation   

    It looks as if it would have had a flat disc inside the barrel, rather than something added onto the outside.



    Here's a better one showing the recess:

  3. The Attacking Martian added a post in a topic: Atomic Disintegrator Variation   

    No, I can't see any markings.
  4. The Attacking Martian added a post in a topic: Atomic Disintegrator Variation   

    Thanks for your reply. Yes, I did purchase it from the UK. :)
    Here's some pics:



    Below is the inside of a standard Hubley Disintegrator:


    Notice the extra holes, and the different shape of the cap holder section.


    The other side:


    The two from above:


    The dial on a standard Hubley Disintegrator:


    Notice the rounder, less oval-shaped zeros on the dial of the gold version.


    Here's a picture from the front of the barrel. There are two possible lugs inside, which made me wonder if something was once attached.


    The trigger and the release switch:

  5. The Attacking Martian added a post in a topic: Atomic Disintegrator Variation   

    Hello Everyone,

    My name is Harrison, a raygun/robot collector and new member from the UK.

    I've got a bit of a mystery on my hands...

    I bought this ray gun to add to my collection, which appears to be an unusual variation on the Hubley Atomic Disintegrator.



    The obvious difference is that it's gold not silver, and has a completely different "barrel" end. Other differences include:
    - Its cap mechanism pull/switch is near the trigger and not near the barrel
    - The slide down cap mechanism looks different from the inside
    - It has crisper, rounder '0s' on the gun dial, compared to the more oval numbers on the original.

    It's die-cast metal and weighs the same amount as the original. It has no maker's markings on it.

    Any ideas?

    All the best,
    Harrison

About Me

Status Feed