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NEW PRODUCT: MTOYS MS001 1/6 Scale Diecast Round Shield

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Stryker2011

Stryker2011
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MTOYS MS001 1/6 Scale Diecast Round Shield

- There's no picture for the back side, as per described it's made with metal diecast + leather belt

- Figure shown in picture for size reference only, the figure is NOT included

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#newproduct #MToys #diecastshield #movie-based #comicbook #Iron

GubernatorFan

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Nice way to fill another omission by a "third party" company.


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shazzdan

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How many figures have elbows that can handle the weight of a die-cast shield?


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Stryker2011

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shazzdan wrote:How many figures have elbows that can handle the weight of a die-cast shield?

Exactly. They could do this in plastic, paint it, and give it a good coat of lacquer — a quarter the weight, and no one would know it wasn’t “metal”.


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shazzdan

shazzdan
I like working in metal but a realistic thickness for a 1:6 scale metal shield would be less than 1 mm. If made to scale, a metal shield actually weighs less than a wooden one but die-casting won't allow these things to be made to scale. They end up way too thick and heavy.


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agentghost

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this die cast fad for weapons/accessories needs to DIE. Shocked Mad Mad Mad Mad

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