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Bandai Hobby #38 GM COLD DISTRICTS, Bandai HGUC Action Figure
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- Colored plastic, little to no paint required to replicate appearance
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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.Read more ›
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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My son is a Gundam fanatic. He was very pleased with this kit, of which he has purchased many. Everything was as expected.Published 2 days ago by Rahema C Senegal
The gun doesn't stick well. Also I was assembling the one of the shoulders and some part of it somehow broke. Be very careful when you assemble this GM.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
the construction of the kit was bad , it is a very bad quality gundam , very very weak design on the actual build and feels flimsy to work on plus some peices were broken or... Read morePublished 8 months ago by drake
Great model kit! Easy to put together with fantastic poseabilityPublished 12 months ago by M Horter