A rifle with a fabric wrap from the production of Breck Eisner’s 2005 action-adventure Sahara.
Tuareg horsemen carried a variety of rifles in the film. This is a rubber stunt version of an Enfield rifle, painted to look like it is made of wood and metal. It features pieces of fabric adhered to the grip and stock. The rifle has some wear from production use and age, including scuffing and scratches to the paintwork, and several small sections have broken off. Overall it remains in a good, production-used condition.
Materials: Rubber, Man-Made Woven Fibres.
Ownership of this imitation firearm is restricted for UK residents to registered re-enactors, galleries or individuals in film, television or theatre production. Please enquire for further details. It is solely the buyer’s responsibility to check, prior to ordering, the legal status of this prop within their own country and its importation therein.
This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.