Surely this is not a typical flashlight report in our “Museum Flashlight History”, and whether it really as this was realy use as a flashlight we can not say but for us but simply a very cool thing from ancient times the flashlight pioneers. (Thank you to: http://spyvibe.blogspot.de/ for the great imgaes and the details below).

Original Text of SpyVibe:

While hunting images for my vintage RAYGUN Pinterest board, I came across an interesting find. A James Bond related piece was manufactured in Argentina in the 1960s called the “007” Linterna Espacial. The model, released in green or red, used the same molds and box illustration as the Pifco Zetaray gun (below in silver/blue), and was a battery-powered flashlight gun.



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