Little Armory - Shiina Rikka - Figma  (#SP-098) (Tomytec)Little Armory - Shiina Rikka - Figma (#SP-098) (Tomytec)¥ Buy¥ Buy

Little Armory - Shiina Rikka - Figma  (#SP-098) (Tomytec)
Scale & Dimensions
H=130mm (5.07in)
Release date
02/20/2018 As Standard
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Includes a 'Little Armory' Special Forces Carbine Rifle Exclusive Edition Runner Kit (PS).


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Brand New! => Little Armory - Rikka Shiina [Figma SP-098]
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About 108 USD | 99 EUR | 144 CAD
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2 years ago
She seems to be a step up from the Asato Mijo figma. She's a little less detailed, but it worked out for the better as her gear stays in her pouches better. Her rifle kit is easily the best part of this figure, all of the modular stuff stays in place without glue and it looks great. If you want a little armory figma this is the one to get.
2 years ago
Being my first figma, I like her a lot. As someone mentioned earlier, her left knee joint is a little loose but I just moved it in a little and it seems to be okay for now. It is a little bit tricky to exchange her torso (You have to remove and reattach her legs in order to do that) but she can take a variety of poses thanks to that. Her vest takes a little bit of space which might be tricky if you want to pose her holding larger guns. Her skirt is made of some kind of softer material and it's bendable. When it comes to her gun (M4A1 Sopmod) it is one of my favourites kits in the series. You can easily swap out all the attachements without having to glue any of them. My only issue would be with the EOTech due to the fact that it doesn't connect properly on the top. And unlike M4A1 kit you the parts are not loose at all and hold together rather nicely.

Really recommended if you like Little Armory series.
2 years ago
Got mine today. I think she looks great. I'm mostly impressed by the Mk18 kit. I'm new to the little armory kits. I found the previous Miyo M4 kit to not really be able to stay together without glue, which pretty much made the modular nature of it useless. I was pleased to see the kit for most part went together well. Most of the attachments fit and slid onto the rails. I mostly had issues with the back iron sights and the laser designator, though i can get the laser designator to stay if i don't move it after posing.
As for the few issues I'm seeing getting mentioned, the paint looks pretty good, would have been nice to have the chest rig more detailed. Her face details look fine to me as well. The shoulders and her left knee joint are sorta loose, but its nothing major.
I also like what seems to be an addition to her shoulder joint where it slides out a little which allows the stock to sit against her shoulder. This allows her to have a really natural rifle holding pose, which Miyo, and most gun using figures cant do. So I'm really happy with that. Just felt like putting my thoughts on her.
2 years ago
The BUIS, laser designator, and the two zoom optics won't fit on the M4. The rails provided were bigger than the gaps on those accessories so you can't put them on, leaving my M4 with just the EOTech, foregrip and flashlight as its only attachments. One thing I like though was the parts were easy to secure together you probably won't even need glue.
2 years ago
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