STEAMPUNK C.O.D BLASTER W/stand PT8317PAC TRAD Gentleman, does your good lady need her own protection? If sir, the answer is an indefatigable affirmative then CJF Industries brings to your attention the C.O.D or Concealable Ossotronic Disruptor. Small enough to tuck away in a handbag, muff, sleeve, or garter this trusty pocket pistol is simple enough to use for any woman or flustered card shark. The C.O.D Blaster is made of hand painted cold cast resin and measures 5.5 inches long and comes with a beautifully matching stand in Steampunk style. Blaster is removable from its display stand.
• Size: H:5",L:5.5",W:1.5" (inches) • Intricately Detailed • Made of Cold Cast Resin • Comes with Matching Stand (Disclaimer: For Decorative Purpose Only, NOT a real gun/blaster.)
STEAMPUNK Since the 1990s, the application of the steampunk label has expanded beyond works set in recognizable historical periods, to works set in fantasy worlds that rely heavily on steam, or spring-powered technology. In general, the Steampunk genre includes any recent science fiction that takes place in a recognizable historical period (sometimes an alternate history version of an actual historical period) in which the Industrial Revolution has already begun, but electricity is not yet widespread. It places an emphasis on steam- or spring-propelled gadgets.
Much of the visualizations of Steampunk have their origins with, among others, Walt Disney's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, including the design of the story's submarine the Nautilus, it's interiors, and the film's underwater gear; and George Pal's 1960 film The Time Machine, with the design of the time machine itself.