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Prize for boxed TF Tripwire and Hawk v2

Postby Metsu1 » 02 Jan 2014 12:11

Hi there

I am new to this homepage and I'm in need for some help.

Can any of you help me with this.

How much should the prize be on an unopen Tiger Force TripWire and an unopen Hawk v2?

And I have to ask, what does MOC and POC and so on mean :)
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Re: Prize for boxed TF Tripwire and Hawk v2

Postby Chopper » 02 Jan 2014 12:14

G'day. Tiger Force tripwire isn't too uncommon, not sure of its value though. MOC is Mint on card and POC is Pursuit of Cobra.
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Re: Prize for boxed TF Tripwire and Hawk v2

Postby Metsu1 » 02 Jan 2014 12:35

Chopper wrote:G'day. Tiger Force tripwire isn't too uncommon, not sure of its value though. MOC is Mint on card and POC is Pursuit of Cobra.


Thanks, so these two are mint on cards.

Is £10 for the Tripwire too much to pay?

I have a chance for the Hawk, but that is aorund £25
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Re: Prize for boxed TF Tripwire and Hawk v2

Postby Lady Jaye » 02 Jan 2014 13:28

Both sound like good deals. Make sure they are truly MOC and not loose with card or recards.
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Re: Prize for boxed TF Tripwire and Hawk v2

Postby wolforrest » 02 Jan 2014 15:47

Agreed, pretty much any MOC Gi joe is a good deal under £30.
£10 and below is Muton territory.
I will let someone else explain the Muton statement as I am at work and being stared at.
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Re: Prize for boxed TF Tripwire and Hawk v2

Postby Metsu1 » 02 Jan 2014 18:18

wolforrest wrote:Agreed, pretty much any MOC Gi joe is a good deal under £30.
£10 and below is Muton territory.
I will let someone else explain the Muton statement as I am at work and being stared at.


Sounds great, but also sounds like, I have to be on the watch out regarding these :-|

What does Muton mean?
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Re: Prize for boxed TF Tripwire and Hawk v2

Postby DAMartin » 02 Jan 2014 18:24

The Muton is an Action Force figure of a Red Shadow robot.
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Re: Prize for boxed TF Tripwire and Hawk v2

Postby Metsu1 » 02 Jan 2014 18:34

DAMartin wrote:The Muton is an Action Force figure of a Red Shadow robot.
:muton:


You guys doesn't give much sense at the moment ;)

But thanks for the answers :)
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Re: Prize for boxed TF Tripwire and Hawk v2

Postby wolforrest » 02 Jan 2014 18:52

Goats cheese is quite nice with a small glass of port!

Welcome to the gang mate, we are here to help but always expect a bit of plonker pulling too.

Again I'm not explaining the last part as I am home now and being stared at.
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Re: Prize for boxed TF Tripwire and Hawk v2

Postby Metsu1 » 02 Jan 2014 19:19

wolforrest wrote:Goats cheese is quite nice with a small glass of port!

Welcome to the gang mate, we are here to help but always expect a bit of plonker pulling too.

Again I'm not explain the last part as I am home now and being stared at.


You sound a bit paranoid, my friend ;)

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