Blade Runner 2049
Nice, but where's the trigger?
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Blade Runner 2049 is the 2017 sequel to the 1982 science fiction classic that was directed by Ridley Scott. Set thirty years following the events of the original film, the sequel was directed by Denis Villeneuve and Ridley Scott returns as executive producer. Ryan Gosling stars in the film as Officer K, a new Blade Runner investigating an unusual discovery following the "retirement" of an older replicant. Harrison Ford reprises his role as Rick Deckard, the former Blade Runner, who could be the key to K's investigation. The cast also includes Jared Leto, Robin Wright, Lennie James, and Dave Bautista.
The following weapons were used in the film Blade Runner 2049:
LAPD 2019 Blaster
LAPD 2049 Blaster
K (Ryan Gosling) also uses his own Blade Runner handgun similar to Deckard's in the film. This blaster is first used by K to threaten Sapper (Dave Bautista). According to an interview with Prop Master Doug Harlocker by Adam Savage (of Mythbusters fame), there is no real gun inside the 2049 version as attempting to put a functional revolver inside the weapon made it appear too "fat," and firing effects from the gun are CG only. The "hero" prop does "cycle" using an electromagnet linked to the trigger that makes a block at the rear move forward, and has a single LED on the front of the trigger guard.
Luv (Sylvia Hoeks) carries a double-barreled blaster as her weapon of choice.