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Postby motorhead fan » Wed Oct 23, 2013 1:52 am

here they are:

i have 1 space rifle (the big part in an assuyian rifle) and the handle cannot be gripped by any minifig
it just slips out as soon as i move the arm, are they all like this?

floppy arms: they are so annoying and with my massvie dog standing on my minifigs now and then, im seeing more of this problem,
is there anyway to fix those with floppy arms and to stop it happening?
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Re: brick problems

Postby Silverdream » Wed Oct 23, 2013 2:07 am

1. No. You just seem to have a worn out one.

2. Don't let your dog stand on your Lego. Maybe put your figs out of reach?
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Re: brick problems

Postby motorhead fan » Wed Oct 23, 2013 2:52 am

well for many years my room has been like a safehouse for my figs where they can lie around unused without being crushed

but recently my Mum has been leaving the door open and letting the dog in on purpose which is annoying

a good thing i found for floppy armed minifigs is to give them two handed weapons
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Re: brick problems

Postby Ben-Jammin » Wed Oct 23, 2013 7:10 am

motorhead fan wrote:a good thing i found for floppy armed minifigs is to give them two handed weapons


There is that option; usually when I get a floppy armed minifig I just get on bricklink and replace either the torso itself or the arms. Most torsos without the arms are rather cheap.
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Re: brick problems

Postby motorhead fan » Wed Oct 23, 2013 10:19 am

now that is a good idea when/If i go on bricklink ill do this
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Re: brick problems

Postby Tennysoul » Wed Oct 23, 2013 11:57 am

I have a thought on this and I will try it out when I get home. Getting some plumber's Thread Seal Tape, it's a teflon tape that isn't sticky and is extremely thin, you could wrap the ball at the shoulder and insert it back into the torso. Might work wonders...I'll let you know. Save some money not having to replace torsos or arms.
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