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My first Master Grade A lot of fun putting together.
Amazing kit with few minor setbacks The finished result looks great and it was a joy to put together. Im glad I picked this as my first ...
My first MG and a Fantastic Kit From the design to the articulation to the cost this one hits all marks. Amazing kit for an incredib ...
Great Build Quality Generally, the quality of this build is incredible, never feels like it will fall apart while posing it. The only down side is that the hands feel substandard. Only the thumb is posable and the connection for the rest of the finger pieces is really weak. Once I paint and top coat it, I will probably glue the trigger finger part into place with the sniper rifle because I doubt it will stay connected any other way.
On another note, the little details are what sells this piece. The ankles have "superfluous" piston pieces that move in and out as you move and/or rotate the ankle. I would recommend this kit to both experts who like to customize their builds (as it offers plenty of opportunity) and to beginners looking to build a high quality kit that doesn't impose great difficulty.
One of the best 2.0s First things first, for those few worried: this is absolutely not a recolor or even a parts variant of the GM Sniper Custom. They are completely different kits in every way, and both worthy of the build time.
That out of the way, this is easily one of the best 2.0 kits Bandai has released. The articulation is spot on, the visor has a menacing look when it's lowered, the little bipod on the rifle... for me, it's all about the tiny details Bandai carefully reproduced, and this one does not disappoint
Amazing kit with few minor setbacks The finished result looks great and it was a joy to put together. Im glad I picked this as my first MG kit! There are 2 small problems though, while it has great articulation moving the arms and legs while the hands are holding the accessories can be a little tricky due to how solid and stiff the joints are but they'll probably get a bit looser and easier to work with over time. The only other problem is that the hands are kind of subpar and dont connect very solidly which makes posing really annoying but aside from the tight joints and hands this kit is perfect!
As Good As Grunts Get Pretty much as good as grunts get, amazing quality in both the looks and design of the kit. Moves exactly like you want it and looks great in any pose you can imagine this sniper in, especially love showing off the orange vents and verniers. The colors really pop, though I do wish the little circular bolt-looking areas around the calves and elbows were also color-seperated. But that's nothing a little paint or colored gundam marker won't fix.
The GM Sniper II, the Scarlet Team's elite mobile suit, has now launched in the MG line-up! The model kit incorporates a new waist-mobility gimmick that enables it to smoothly recreate a sniping pose. In addition to this, the range of movement in the shoulder has been increased, allowing the model kit ease of movement. The sensor part has been recreated using clear parts and the visor can also be opened or closed. New designs have been used to create the Mobile Suit's weapons and accessories. A right hand part with a cocked finger is included to add realism to the Sniper Rifle pose.
Set includes Sniper rifle x1, Bullpup machine gun x1, shield x1, beam saber x2, machine gun magazines x3, gun-wielding hand (right) x1, clenched hand (left and right) x1 each, clenched hand for weapons (left and right) x1 each, open hand (left and right) x1 each, and pilot figurine x1. Runner x16. Foil sticker x1. Marking sticker x1. Instruction manual x1.
Finishing: Top Coat/Super Clear
You don’t need cement.
You don’t need paint.
Recommended for 15 years & up
A lot of fun putting together. ...
The finished result looks great and it was a joy to put together. Im glad I picked this as my first MG kit! There are 2 small problems though, while it has great articulation moving the arms and legs ...