Looks even cooler mounted on the wall above the desktop computer in my stepmom's basement.
But when did our heroes become so linked with the weapons they used? The literary device of giving a character an "ace in the hole" accessory has been popular since stories were first being told, and remains a stalwart device to this day. We know the name of Beowulf's sword (Hrunting), Hercules' sword (Anaklusmos), and I'm sure that non-famous characters within oral tradition and mythology have names for their accessories as well. Even today it's not uncommon. As a culture, we cherish some of our own objects to the point of characterization, and this blatant material worship will continue until we collectively stop thinking that cars and guns and children are cool enough to warrant a name and personality.