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Comments • Little Armory LD001 - 1inch - Military Hard Case A - 1/12 (Tomytec)

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    In stock @ Solaris Japan (¥3,346)

    Brand New for ¥3,346
    └ Carefully packed with ♥
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    In stock @ Ninoma (MFC Partner) (¥3,318)

    Product page : www.ninoma.com/...
    Official new item , shipped worldwide from Japan
    About 30 USD | 25 EUR | 37 CAD
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    Kit is really great. Doesn't require any painting (in fact I recommend against painting the rifle crate, as the real stuff is also made of plastic), glue is optional in very small amount (and only for the ammo crates).

    Comes with pieces of foam you'll need to cut, first to fit both weapon crate, and then you'll want to cut them to match the shape of the weapons you want to put inside them. I used a hobby knife to do the job, and it worked fairly well. I would strongly recommend a self heal cutting board for this part.
    2 months ago
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    It may have taken months, but I finally got around to putting the stickers on, and yes they are water soluble.

    You water them to take them off the carton and then stick them on the plastic instead of directly watering the back of the carton since then they would be in reverse.
    1 year ago
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    Just realized the series is actually called 'Buhinmokei' and not 'Bushmonkei'.
    2 years ago
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    Little Armory LD004 1/12 Military Hard Case A2: www.amiami.com/...
    2 variants of Police Shield, which still do not have entries on MFC yet, are also up for pre-order. Also, the Little Armory artbook comes with an exclusive: ITEM #301976
    2 years ago
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    Nyangire (2 years ago) #4015034Just got them, assembly was easy no glue required and they look great! Very happy with how they look and feel.
    However I cannot figure out how to unstick the stickers off the cardboard they come with.


    Without taking a closer look, I guess they are water soluble. If they are, you soak them in a bit of water, they'll come off from the backing paper. Then place onto the items, where they belong and let them dry in place. Nothing else needs to be done. The whole thing needs just a steady hand and patience. I would say you'll need some tweezers or similar to do this. May look at something, which stamp collectors use.

    Someone correct me, if this is wrong. ^^;
    2 years ago
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    Just got them, assembly was easy no glue required and they look great! Very happy with how they look and feel.
    However I cannot figure out how to unstick the stickers off the cardboard they come with.
    2 years ago
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    BOiNG (2 years ago) #3219515トミーテック 1/12 LittleArmory リトルアーモリー LD002 武器庫A: ameblo.jp/digit...

    Sweet, thanks a lot! Think I'll be ordering a couple of those when they go up for sale!
    2 years ago
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