This raygun was the first build that actually amounted to anything. The first few tries were held together only by hot-glue. Once I learned that keeping the guns together should be done either by screws or threaded rods, I was able to come out with an awesome final product.
The dial on the side is...well...a dial. I have no idea what it is or where it came from. It just looks cool. The lightbulb on the top would indicate if the raygun was on or not if it actually worked. And much thanks to Charles Stafford and his photography, for this first picture!
The exhaust pipe on the front was a curling iron. From creating beautiful hair to being a piece of a human killing, monster slaughtering , alien murdering machine.
The horn on the other side works perfect for a stand. The body was an old pepper shaker so the horn is screwed into the handle of the old shaker. It is not only decorative, but innovative.