You can now buy an original stormtrooper E-11 blaster rifle that was used in the filming of the original Star Wars movie — but it'll set you back a Jabba the Hutt-sized bounty of $46,000.
This piece of movie history was made by armorer and prop maker Bapty, which recently rediscovered the rifle in its armory (as you do) before passing it on to The Prop Store for restoration.
The blaster features a Sterling body tube, a central wooden dowel barrel, and custom aluminum components, all coated in black paint. It also comes with marks made during the movie's production, like paint wear and minor corrosion.
Head to The Prop Store to see the blaster in its full glory and cop if you've got the Imperial credits.