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FSS 5.0

Postby Goldbug » 19 Jun 2016 05:47

Ambush nice

Charbroil (helmet non-removable) disappointing

Darklon (slightly different than previous figure) fine with me

General Flagg (Battle Corps) ok

Cobra Viper (Battle Corps) probably will sell

Salvo (Pursuit of Cobra styled) cautiously optimistic

Scoop nice

:raptor: Raptor ok

Sneak Peek (classic deco) expected

Steel Raven (SKAR Infantry Officer from Club comic) nice

:xamot: Xamot (Shattered Glass from Club's Adventure Team comic - new head) not sure

:zforce: :gaucho: Gaucho (Z-Force Mechanic) expected but already made a custom which works
more non-repainted AF please
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Re: FSS 5.0

Postby paul463 » 19 Jun 2016 06:44

Thought Gaucho wouldn't be far behind
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Re: FSS 5.0

Postby Chopper » 19 Jun 2016 11:49

Sigh. Here goes my money, again.
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Re: FSS 5.0

Postby Dave Tree » 23 Jun 2016 13:24

well how about that :)
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Re: FSS 5.0

Postby paul463 » 23 Jun 2016 19:24

Dave Tree wrote:well how about that :)


Did you have a guiding hand in this Dave? PS do you know what's coming in the 50th collection??
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Re: FSS 5.0

Postby Goldbug » 25 Jun 2016 06:32

paul463 wrote:
Dave Tree wrote:well how about that :)


PS do you know what's coming in the 50th collection??


I posted that here
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Re: FSS 5.0

Postby paul463 » 25 Jun 2016 09:14

Cheers Roger :)
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Re: FSS 5.0

Postby Dave Tree » 30 Jun 2016 08:36

paul463 wrote:
Dave Tree wrote:well how about that :)


Did you have a guiding hand in this Dave? PS do you know what's coming in the 50th collection??


Who me? :)
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Re: FSS 5.0

Postby Chopper » 01 Jul 2016 00:20

Yes you, stand still laddie. C'mon, spill. I can't stand surprises. :D
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Re: FSS 5.0

Postby Dave Tree » 01 Jul 2016 09:35

Chopper wrote:Yes you, stand still laddie. C'mon, spill. I can't stand surprises. :D


well .... oh hang on, I think the phone is ringing, be right back.
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