I believe I have seen the listing. He advertises as reproductions that do pass the float and light test. He shows images of the blasters both floating and in front of a flashlight. He also sells Jedi Luke reproduction sabers with the description that they do float. I am an experienced collector, but not an expert. I have to say the Leia and Han blasters being sold would fool me. The imperial blaster being sold would not, it being more easily to distinguish as fake. I believe the reproductions in question are pictured on the main TIG website. Unfortunately if some buy these and sell them with a figure, and you're buying on photographs alone, it may be a roll of the dice. Although some pictures are clear on Ebay, a lot are not. Some can easily pass these reproductions as real with photos that are not clear and close up featuring the blasters. A lot of ebay pictures focus on the condition of the figure with less emphasis, or clear pictures focusing on the blaster or accessory. I believe it to be a bit disheartening. As to the seller; he is honestly advertising these as essentially fakes, but should he use more discretion, and in the interest of the hobby to not sell them? Or is the responsibility lay solely on the buyer of these fakes and trust that they do not resell the reproductions and misrepresent them as original?