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Bandai Hobby #38 GM COLD DISTRICTS, Bandai HGUC Action Figure

3.9 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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Product Description

GM variant used in arctic regions, most prominently featured in Gundam 0080 War in the Pocket. Features machine gun, shield, and beam saber.

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Product Dimensions 27.9 x 20.9 x 15.8 inches
Item Weight 7 ounces
Shipping Weight 7 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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ASIN B00030EUPI
Item model number BAN120465
Manufacturer recommended age 15 - 16 years
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#48 in Toys & Games > Hobbies > Models & Model Kits > Pre-Built & Diecast Models > Figures
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Let me say one thing to begin. I love the GM Cold Districts Type on a personal level. I have a soft spot for run of the mill, mass produced hardware, and the GM CD is definitely that. However, we also have to accept that the GM CD type is just not engineered to the same degree of complexity as newer suits, being a 2003 release. For its age, it is decent, bu after twelve years, the mold is really showing some of its age in the design category, as well as some of the details--mine came with a lot of flash on some pieces, even on portions well away from the gates. For its price, though, it is perfectly acceptable--not stunning, but still good for its army-building purposes.

It is superficially similar to the standard RGM-79 GM, with very similar internal limb and torso structures. While there are a few small adjustments in the details, these are just that, details. The largest modification is arguably the waist assembly, which uses the somewhat more modern 'skirt' Ver. Ka design rather than the older 'pants' design seen on the previous HGUC GM. This is no more complex to build, but gives it a slightly greater degree of flexibility, which it desperately needs. The reason for this comes from my main quibble with the unit.

The GM Cold Districts type has good arm posability, which it needs; its two weapons, the SMG and the beam saber, are designed in such a way that they are difficult to pose straight-on, requiring you to angle the arms in odd ways to make the model hold it in a usable pose. The beam saber in particular is almost criminally simplistic, being a single molded piece with an attached hand rather than the more modern gripping hands and separate sabers.
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First and foremost, for the price, this is one of the neatest kits I've come across.

The most dated parts of the kit are the shoulders, which are the transitional rod type shoulders, with the rods coming from the torso, and the hands, which just aren't as detailed as later kits. Still, for being a kit from 2003 I was quite impressed with the quality overall, and I have plans to purchase at least two more of these.
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After watching the first few Gundam Anime series in the Universal Century Timeline, I became a huge gundam fan and wanted something to mark my appreciation and enjoyment of the series. After looking into it, what better way then Gunpla. I ordered this model, the GM Cold Districts Type, that I recognized from Gundam: War In the Pocket. For my first Gunpla Model, it took me about 2 and a half hours to build. It wasn't too hard and I spent more time cutting out peices rather than assembling. However the articulation of the body in this piece was amazing although I am still uncertain in how it compares to other model kits and or grades. But for my first gunpla I found the articulation awesome. There were some things i found a little off however. One of the arms didn't quite fit completely well together and I found the same problem with one of the legs and the piece felt a bit loose. The fact that I was forced to use scisscors and a swiss army knife instead of a side cutter and a hobby knife most likely contrinbuted to the looseness. There was also a problem with the rifle stock not fitting in quite correctly with the forearm of the gm however with some figdeting and manual picture reference you can pull it off. Despite these minor issues the great articulation allows for a great variety of poses and this piece is a great contribution to any gunpla collection.
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What can I say about the GM? Employed by the Earth Federation in Universal Century 0079, the GM was the standard line-unit for the One Year War. Since then, they've been improved, and the Colds District variant was one of the earliest improvements to the standard GM. This kit showcases the basic deployment of the this great variation. The kit had one 90mm Machinegun, one Beamsaber hand, and one shield. Simplistic, stylish, and by far, my favorite style of GM; this is nor red-shirt. This is the leader of the red-shirts. He is the head stormtrooper, in the great imperial army. Even if the GM seems basic, this is worth it.
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I love the cold weather GM but the model has some issues with holding the weapon. It just does not sit right on the arm at all. it seems sloppy in that regard. That took it down for me from a 4 or 5 star to a 3, but considering its not in the master grade yet. It was worth it. I hope them make it in MG or do a new version some time in the future because the new models show that the HG can be amazing too and I love the design overall.
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It is a ok model kit but the gun that comes with it is really a problem. With the stock with the way it is it doesn't want to really fit in. Plus the only comes with one beam saber and it is the kind that was all ready Molded with the hand .
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