- "We're coming up on just one minute and thirty seconds left to order this one-of-a-kind collector's item."
- ―Space Shop announcer, regarding the Okee-Doke Corral Cowboy Pistol (from Alien Resurrection)
The Okee-Doke Corral Cowboy Pistol was handgun very similar to the Colt M1911 featuring a custom polished handle with gold-plated plates and ornate detailing.
While the crew of the Betty were aboard the USM Auriga in 2381, Johner and Christie were watching an advertisement for the pistol on the Space Shop, where it was available for $999.99 with 50 rounds of ammunition included and had the code number IT5NT.
Alien Resurrection novelEdit
Behind the ScenesEdit
The Okee-Doke Corral Cowboy Pistol is the only real firearm to appear in Alien Resurrection — all of the other weapons seen in the film are custom-built fabrications that contain no real firearm components.
The weapon's name is a clear reference to the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (okee-doke being an alternate form of O.K.), a 30-second shootout between outlaw Cowboys and lawmen that took place in the town of Tombstone, Arizona Territory on October 26, 1881. It is generally regarded as the most famous gunfight in the history of the American Wild West and has come to represent a period in American Old West when the frontier was virtually an open range for outlaws, largely unopposed by law enforcement who were spread thin over vast territories.
The Corral Cowboy Pistol's price, $999.99, is similar to the current price of M1911 clones, which is what the pistol appears to be.