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CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 16 years old.
KFC - CST-02NS - Nightstalker - Evil Ironpaw
by KFC Keiths Fantasy Club TFsource code: KFCCST02NS/21BR
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/ Collectors Grade packaging
||KFC Keiths Fantasy Club
||MISB (Mint in Sealed Box), Made of ABS Plastic
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Could be better
By Tshi on February 24, 2016
Looks really nice after Transformation. The guns are hard to put on, the space between the left leg to body is a little smaller than the right to body. So you have to adjust it. Still looking cool. And it just fit Into MP13 cassets place.
By Theguysayhi on October 19, 2015
I was incredibly excited to own one of these figures and didn't hesitate to preorder. However, I was incredibly disappointed with what I got. Negatives aside, the engineering on this figure is amazing and makes good use of the gun storage.
However, that's where the pros end. The plastic feels rather cheap, the guns are VERY tight, and with no holds, you have to grate though the plastic with a sharp item to get them open. In addition this, the joints on my figure are very flimsy, for example, I cannon't replicate the main picture or get it to stand up since it would flop down. Unfortunately, one of the side wings also suffers with this, but it's much worse since they are designed to stand erect like in the display picture.
Overall, I would say buying this figure is one of the biggest disappointments I have had. In addition to the quality and joints being below average, the figure is not exactly cheap for a small figure. I would compare this to a KO quality figure. HUGE disappointment.
Good ideas, mediocre execution.
By Daft Puckman on May 29, 2014
I was really excited for this piece to go with my "black redeco" theme. From the pictures, it looks awesome, but in reality, it kind of falls short.
First is that getting those side gun barrels out - there is NO WAY you're doing that without a teeny tiny screwdriver or pick of some sort. And they're in there TIGHT, so it'll be that way every time you transform.
The exact opposite is true for the front legs; they are incredibly loose. That picture above with Ironpaw and Ravage? Yeah... if I tried that pose, the legs would slide outward and he'd do a faceplant like Bambi on the ice.
The only other thing I found disconcerting is the thickness. The cassette mode is considerably thicker than "standard". I understand that this is to account for the complex transformation, but it *is* something you should be aware of in case you want to put it in your MP Soundwave/Soundblaster.
It's a pity, as this is otherwise a really nice piece.