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Video Review Airborne Miniatures U.S. Special Forces resin figure

Discussion in 'Reviews , Video Reviews and Open Book' started by MrBMB, Apr 28, 2021.

  1. MrBMB A Fixture

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    Airborne Miniatures U.S. Special Forces 1/9 scale resin figure No 912

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    Billy Dickinson, Nap, Trep and 2 others like this.
  2. Babelfish A Fixture

    That parts breakdown is probably OK in 1/9, but once you get down to 1/24 (the version of this figure that I have), you start wishing that those tiny parts had been cast integrally onto the figure as things start to get very fiddly and hard to work out what goes where.

    There's even a 1/35 version. Best of luck to anyone brave enough to attempt that one. Not me though, I'm a modeller, not a horologist!!

    - Steve
    Steve Brodie and Nap like this.
  3. MrBMB A Fixture

    LOL yes mate I know the feeling I bought the 1/35 Live Resin figure and thought it would all be attached and when I got it, it felt like it had more parts than a Dragon 1/35 Tiger 1 tank LOL
    Steve Brodie and Babelfish like this.
  4. Nap A Fixture

    Certainly a figure full of details

    As said fine in larger scales when separate but not so much in smaller

    Good weapon position on this , no doubt it will b popular

    Thanks again for sharing


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