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Gunpla TV – HGUC Silver Bullet Suppressor

On this week’s Gunpla TV review, TheKrowSama takes a look at the bulky HG Silver Bullet Suppressor. He precisely breaks each section down and offers the pros and cons of the kit, and some solid advice about how to make the most out of the model. He also shows us how the replacement of its damaged right arm after the Beam Magnum launch can be reproduced with the backpack! Join us on this first time collaborator exclusive!

In this episode:
1/144 HGUC Silver Bullet Suppressor

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9 Comments

  1. cool six arms

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  2. thats tall for a hg

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  3. For a HG, that’s a pretty big kit! Wonder if they’ll do an MG version of it… that would be awesome!

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  4. This is some big-boi. But this knee armor is pretty weird.

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  5. Silver Bullet is more like a cameo in the movie

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  6. nice!

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  7. Wait what? We never did this one before? Wow this is soooo late lol

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  8. What would it look like if it didn’t have to worry about constantly breaking its arms?

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  9. Not my cup of tea. The colours are too dull for my taste.

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