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Geez guys, how rough do you handle your legos when building new guys?
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I dunno, but I'm starting to get the indication that Lego doesn't like us removing minifig arms.
Though for me, I tried this with an old stormtrooper minifig some time ago and the side of the torso cracked straight down the middle.
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i bought a clone trooper battlepack with a walker in it: almost all their arms are cracked and that set isn't exactly old
<Motorheadfan>: Paper cuts for everyone!
- mine is one or two inches longer now
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I got a bunch of second-hand Legos from one of the area yard sale sites recently. While I was picking through them to removed the 25-30% CLOan ABS, I pulled out all the minifig bits - I dunno what these kids were doing to their poor minifigs, but they had cracked about half the arms at the wrist on half the torsos. Did they just take out the hands and put them back in over and over again for days? I have no fucking idea, but I have never seen this in my own collection. Fucking cretins!
AKA Your New Benefecent Ruler (Lesser Games Division)
What the hell! Timedude is here??
Well all I can say is,
it's about . . . time . . .
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Time to calm down and breathe dude.
- make the gun larger to fit the barrel
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