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Star Wars Shooting Target Prints

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Nov 7, 2013

Category: Living

Still looking for a nice print to finish off the bachelor pad or home bar setup? You can never go wrong with something from the galaxy far, far away, and these Star Wars Shooting Targets Prints by the team at SneakyStudios are among the better options.

Available in your choice of framed ($56) or unframed ($35), these high quality prints let you imagine what you would do if Darth Vader was force choking you from across the bar, or if you were Princess Leia’s only hope. There are 4 different prints to choose from including the a menacing Boba Fett aimed right at your head, Lord Vader attempting to force choke you, the gruesome Rancor, and a Stormtrooper running away with the princess. Purchase any of the 4 prints directly from the Firebox online store just in time for the holidays.

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