Friday, October 22, 2010

HCM-Pro Gouf Custom Part 2

Little gun talk

HCM-Pro Gouf Custom straight out of the box and a look at its weapons in this posting.

An extended tab molded on its left spread palm that is meant to be cut off and ...

... used as a supporting tool to rotate the mono-eye camera.

Parts for the weapons.
As you can see, the forearm machine gun can have its magazine separated.

All the weapons assembled.
The shield without the Gatling comes as a separate part.

Targeting sensor of the forearm machine gun is in metallic red.

Nicely painted silver pipes behind the machine gun.

Details behind the dismounted shield.

The machine gun and the shield can be combined.

Size comparison with the Gatling shield.

The heat blade can be store inside the shield - only in Gatling shield mode.

Zeon marking on the shiel

Spare magazine rack can be attached onto the rear skirt armor.

Mounting the machine gun or the Gatling shield to the forearm is done in the exact fashion as the old HG 1/144 scale plamo kit version.

The pommel of the heat blade has been designed to be of the same size as the hilt to allow it to slide into the option hand unit.
For the plamo kits, both the HG and MG version, the hand unit must be dismantled each time the blade is to be attached/detached.

More images of this action figure in the next posting. ^^

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