Another detailed piece that I did was the emitter at the end. While most of it is covered up by the brim on tea candle holder, I wanted to make sure the gun would be very intricate. These pulse emitters are guaranteed to give you the maximum wave frequency you need!
On the left side of the gun, I had something that I think I am going to call "exposed mechanics." I drilled multiple holes and then basically screwed in springs. I don't know how you would go about protecting your home without some good old fashioned electricity running through your emitter. Also noted, the trigger guard (wall clamp) secured the handle to the body and added a "fuller" look to the actual gun. I really like the way it turned out, needless to say.
You can find this gun on my Etsy. And now for a separate, smaller project that I am working on right now. A few artists, such as Dan Jones with Tinkerbots and Andy Hill with Electro Artworks, make rayguns and robots. Due to the generosity of Gloria Burson of A Modern Glo, I have some pieces to make a bot of my own. Just a start, but I am excited to see the way it turns out!