Have you ever wanted to gear up and go on the hunt with Cpl. Hicks' Colonial Marines or feel like a real part of Dallas' crew aboard the Nostromo? If so, then you might want to put Hollywood Collectibles Group's Aliens pulse rifles or Diamond Select Toys' Alien hat replica on your holiday wish list.

HCG's Aliens pulse rifle is due out in early 2016 in four different versions: OD Green, OD Green (Weathered), Brown Bess, and Brown Bess (Weathered). Each rifle replica is priced at $499.95, with the green editions limited to 250 items, respectively, and each of the Brown Bess versions limited to 750 items worldwide.

From HCG: "We are very proud to present our Officially Licensed, Aliens Stunt Pulse Rifle! One of the most Iconic movie weapons ever to blast its way onto the big screen, the Pulse Rifle is the weapon of choice for the US Colonial Marines in James Cameron's Oscar winning "Aliens".

Several “Hero” Pulse Rifles were created, mainly for the live firing sequences, but most of the time what you see on screen are lightweight “stunt” versions - the hero versions weighing in at a hefty 20lbs or so!

To create the definitive Pulse Rifle we obtained one of the few surviving Hero Pulse Rifles, meticulously measured and photographed every detail and then painstakingly recreated this exactly. The result is the most accurate replica ever produced, a "must have" for any Aliens fan!

Our Stunt version Pulse Rifle remains faithful to the ones seen in the movie, with accurate shrouds the same dimensions as the “hero” versions, but has no moving parts and weighs only 5 ½ lbs – ideal for display or Cosplay!

Comes complete with themed tabletop display stand."

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