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Just wondering if anyone else had a hell of a time getting this model together out of the blister. I managed to pick up three of them cheep (got two in an Army box and a third for under $7.00) and decided to "try" and put them together.
Did anyone HAVE to use green stuff or other filler or did you grind your's down until it finally got together in one piece?
Krootox eh? No clue, but that is a common problem with metal mini's.
Just carefully file/sand it down till it fits.
You think that the krootox was hard to assemble!? Good God, you should try a broadside. I broke it about 4 times while I was only trying to put its railguns on.
Now you tell me after I have Broadside #5 and #6 on the way... :blink:Originally posted by The Ham@Dec 25 2004, 20:27
You think that the krootox was hard to assemble!? Good God, you should try a broadside. I broke it about 4 times while I was only trying to put its railguns on.[snapback]286228[/snapback]
I just opened them, the broadsides, to look at them. I haven't even got anywhere close to putting one together yet.
I was helpin my friend with his space marines-devastators refuse to come together. The fricken metal arms and packs make the model way too top heavy.
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for plastic and metal models, you gotta find the perfect position that balances the model, so it doesnt tip over.
for all metal models try pinning them together, it becomes much easier...
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