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Gunpla TV – Episode 28 – PG Strike Freedom WIP Part 5

In this episode of Gunpla TV we look at not one, but two sections.  Not only do we show the PG Strike Freedom’s head complete with LED, but also the unique design and assembly of the hands right down to the individual finger sections which reminds us, once again, why this is a Perfect Grade.

In this episode:
1/60 Perfect Grade Strike Freedom Gundam
1/100 MG Deathscythe Hell EW Version
1/35 U.C. Hard Graph FF-X7 Core Fighter

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  1. I’m not sure, of course, but I think the reason they didn’t use the traditional multi-injection method for creating PG hands in this case is because that method depends on different materials being injected for different segments of the finger. (Well, I don’t know if the use of different materials is strictly necessary – but it is how it was done with the PG Zaku, etc. – the middle segment of the finger was kind of rubbery while the other segments were more regular plastic.)

    So the gold color may not have been compatible with multi-injection, or they may not have been able to get the same color gold for the whole finger using that approach.

  2. I actually have a question about an older kit, specifically this one: http://www.hlj.com/product/BAN914214 the MG GM Space Kai.

    I noticed from some reviews that it features a removable core block, much like the MG RX-78-2 and Guntank kits do, but it is a core block and not a core fighter, so it’s unable to transform. My question is: Is it possible actually possible to replace the core block it comes with with a Core Fighter, and if so which core fighters are compatible with this kit?

    If someone could answer this for me, I will greatly appreciate it.


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