Figures with SA-80's

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Re: Figures with SA-80's

Postby Chopper » 20 Oct 2009 13:06

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Re: Figures with SA-80's

Postby Rude Kid » 01 Nov 2009 00:17

I've been thinking about buying some marauderjohn SA-80's for my figures http://www.marauderinc.com/servlet/Detail?no=48 for the ones that don't have all their correct weapons, I was wondering how well the SA-80 fits in the hands of the bent elbow figs? i.e. Skip, Breaker etc.
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Re: Figures with SA-80's

Postby paul463 » 01 Nov 2009 10:59

Rude Kid wrote:I've been thinking about buying some marauderjohn SA-80's for my figures http://www.marauderinc.com/servlet/Detail?no=48 for the ones that don't have all their correct weapons, I was wondering how well the SA-80 fits in the hands of the bent elbow figs? i.e. Skip, Breaker etc.
Never used any of these ones but the Palitoy SA80 works well with these figures.
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