Rebel Fleet Trooper
Viper Pilot Helmet
M41-a Pulse Rifle
Lauren Photo Albums
Egner II Design
Fan Film Project
The Mac Plus Project
note, that the images, logos, and respected artworks, are property of
the original copyright owners. TK560 has no affiliation with any of the
intellectual property owners. This is a fan site dealing with movie and
television replica props, original GIjOE action figures, World War II
memorabilia, and marksmanship/ firearms interests. Most of the images
used on this site are photographed by the site owners. Official logos
are used to identify specific products/ manufacturers.
On this page, you will find mostly surplus from
the fan film or junk I have lying around the shop. Very limited supply.
Use the secure shopping cart to order, [Sorry, no International orders on firearm parts.]
If I can't sell them here, its off to ebay they go! Sorry, no international orders on all firearms parts listed on this page.
We have a small batch of gun parts that I don't think we will use, and if they don't sell here, I'll have to stick them on ebay. First come, first served.
|Thompson M1A1 pistol grip
Walnut with oil finish.
$10 plus shipping.
Grade 1 Overall view.
Detail view of Grade 1
Detail View of Grade 1
|1903 Springfield Rifle Top Handguard Grade 1
Grade 1 handguard.
Odds, and Ends
have a few items for auction from time to time. Click on the
logo to see what I currently have up on the auction block.
one of my T-shirts, with the 'Bermuda Triangle Expeditionary
Force' logo on it? Visit my shop on Cafe Press now.
Just click on the logo to visit the Cafe Press Store.
remember, if you are ordering, these parts and kits are from extras,
left over from the fan film. And when they are gone, they are gone.
The goal was to produce props as cost effective as possible. This
is a limited run of less and 20 pieces each. Casting flaws, and
all. Its part of the process. The helmets are made by hand, one
at a time as needed. The resin blaster parts are from a small stockpile
that is rapidly selling away. I do not plan to make any more once
these supplies are gone. Check back often for updates. I'm not in
this hobby to try and 'make a buck', just trying to help out other
prop makers and collectors. But with a little effort, and some creativity,
you too can make your own props and costumes.
folks that have ordered from me have been happy with their purchases.
But, if you are not, just send the unused parts back, in the same
condition they were sent in, and I will refund your money minus
the shipping and any PalPal fees. Also, a 25% restocking fee may
be applied to purchases over $40. No returns will be accepted if
the parts have been modified, assembled, or painted.
most all of these parts are extras, or left over surplus from the
production of the props and costumes for the fan film. The goal
of the molds and masters was to produce props as cost effective
update June 16, 2010