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Old 02-22-2019, 04:38 AM   #341
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Neat looking piece. I'd like to see F4F obtain the MGSV licence.
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Old 02-22-2019, 08:45 AM   #342
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Here's a video of the issue that I sent them. Am I being overly critical in saying that this defect totally ruins the ammo box feature? It is almost always lopsided while rotating and has a wobble once every rotation.
No. We all know every statue comes machined and painted differently. These company's usually state that somewhere. Your piece in question would have been machined or hand cut. It isn't hard to cut that pvc straight in an assembly line. My advice is go to your local hardware store or Walmart type place and buy some very fine sand paper. If @ hardware store ask them what grit's good for plastic/pvc and do it yourself. Start on the taller side, take your time and eye it. Don't go nuts just sand where the wobble goes away. Problem solved.

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However, this thing is heavier than I expected when I first picked it up. Then I realize most of the heaviness is due to the base....very solid.

The Lithium battery didn't work when I first put it in, I'm assuming it's because it needs to be charged. Not going to really use it though as I worry about batteries being in my statues for long periods of time and potentially cause leakage.
Correct. I'm going to take the chance and keep it in but if you haven't noticed there is no brand or label on the battery which can be suspect. My P1 Bayformers usually come with batteries and they die within a few weeks without even being on. Cheap junk China brand batteries.
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Old 02-22-2019, 03:58 PM   #343
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The Lithium battery didn't work when I first put it in, I'm assuming it's because it needs to be charged. Not going to really use it though as I worry about batteries being in my statues for long periods of time and potentially cause leakage.
yes

when my friend got his, we put the batteries in and nothing. Plug it in a for a few mins, then it worked without being plugged in anymore.


For that wobbly rod...
Looks like it is the rod itself, can you heat it up and bend it more straight?
If for some reason it is the uneven top causing the ammo box's weight to shift, thus wobbling, maybe can try sanding down the top of the peg to be more flat.





Also when I spoke of "snow flaking off", I was not talking about a whole mound or piece coming off, just little /lots of sprinkles.




Idea I have to the clear rod without an ammo box. Need to make an extra little snowMOUND that can be placed over it like a little cap.



Lastly, the old/original/extra head, i told my friend he should get that repainted with like the skull paint over him or something along those lines.
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Here is mine. I love the pose.

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