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Gunsmith Creates Terminator Gun


Want one? Well even if you’d be able to lift it at 88 pounds, the cost of the gun is unknown. Both the buyer and the builder refused to disclose the sale price, but I imagine it was a pretty hefty sum. Rich movie fans tend to spend a lot of money on memorabilia, especially a franchise like Terminator and the rarity of an item like this. What would you pay for this gun?

Marked with the Cyberdyne logo and fully equipped with a cooling system, backpack battery system, and display panel, this firearm by Georgia gunsmith Len Savage bears little resemblance to any real-life gun. That, of course, was the plan. Savage, the owner of Historic Arms LLC in Franklin, based his gun off the plasma weapons used by futuristic robots in the Terminator Series.

According to Examiner columnist David Codrea, it is called the “Cyberdyne Systems 1919A-10 Man-Portable Modular Weapon System,” or “Simple Jack” for short. The name is a nod to the fictional corporation that created the sentient computer Skynet, which sets the events of the Terminator series into motion.

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