25th Anniv figure question


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    25th Anniv figure question

    Are many of the figures in the 25th line incapable of holding their weapons? I was trying to set up a scene with my trooper the other night and the rifle was a complete pain in the rear end to keep in his grip. Roadblock was another issue, his hands dont seem molded to hold his weapon in a firing position. Am I the only one having this issue? If not, is this something Hasbro was going to address in future figure corrections? If not I can cope, but it would be nice for some of the figures that cant hold weapons in a firing pose, be able to do so in the future.

    PS sorry if this had been asked and answered previously

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    I've never had a problem at all getting them to hold their weapons.

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    I had alot of trouble with Roadblock as well. I finally get his gun in his hands and then two days later it will fall out. But hes the only one i had trouble with

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    No problems here so far. Some can be a little difficult to get to hang on, but eventually they stay.
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    I have had some issues with the wave 1 Joes. They can hold their weapons, but one bump and they drop. I have noticed the wave 2 figures to be a vast improvement. If you collect Star Wars, you know how well they grip their weapons, and these are just like that.

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    I've also had troubles, especially with Roadblock and Gung-Ho.
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  10. #8
    Basically, with the wave 1, I just take an exacto-knife and cut away the trigger fingers, with this, the other fingers grip the gun perfectly, and the trigger finger stands at the improper "ready" position. I have LJ, Serpy and Buzzer, but I havn't open them to test out there weapons. But when I find a Beachhead, I'll see if they have molded the hands with a free trigger finger. Mainly, the problem with wave 1 for me is the trigger finger molded together with the rest of the fingers.

  11. #9
    My main problem is that it is hard for some figures to hold large weapons with two hands, particularly Flint. . .but, what can you do? They look so cool otherwise.

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    I can't get Buzzer to hold his chainsaw with both hands and not look like he's going to drop it. Plus, the blade of the saw is made of a really rubbery plastic that bends easily and stays bent until you bend it hard in the other direction.


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