In 1986, leading a covert black ops mission to Brazil under the guise of local para military group was Captain Claymore. Their mission was sealed. The members of the team that returned considered the mission a failure due to the primary target escaping. It's was believed to also be the beggining of a career long rivalry between Leatherneck and Wetsuit.
I was never a fan of Claymore's giraffe camo, save for wetsuit and Leatherneck all their costumes in the SM Brazil set where, less than pleasing if not human decoy, I looked up a few brazillian camo patterns and found a desert woodland camo.
Head, torso, arms hands - camo longrange
lower legs - lock down
webgear - combat squad recondo
helmet, heavy machinegun - gungho
uzi - snakeyes
knife, light - 1/6th
interesting considering the time between making Mainfram, Dialtone and Claymore they all share the same head and lower legs
Can't shake hands with The Devil and say you're just kidding...
Monte Williams wrote:Meh. Big deal. I sometimes put a figure's pants on a different figure.
Now that's customizing...
MacGyver wrote:...close your eyes and cop a feel. LOL. Seriously. It might look ok, but running your fingers gently over the area will reveal imperfections and unevenness that your eyes may not see.