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Police Force Figure Playset - Officer Hammer

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Yet another item from Police Force vs Bad Guyz. This Off-Road bike is a great improvement since the endlessly used previous model (bootleg JP version).

The moment I saw this item, the movie "Clear and Present Danger" came to my thought. Police bikes are usually big city "metropolitan cop" models. Big and heavy.

You get a lot of interesting items here. The bike itself is a good catch, the figure is a must, and the rest... well, to the parts container. Hoping to get a 5" line someday to inherit all these guns and items.

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The figure: Officer Hammer. Like I said, an absolute must. The size is a lot more balanced, the shoulders are not as wide as one usually sees in CM universe. As customizable as it could be.

Very nice belt/holster, vest and an interesting detail: The pegs/tips used to hold the belt are now in a "hook" shape. Probably to get it tighter and prevent the belt from snapping out. Maybe.

Hopefully, CM keeps up getting closer... and closer.

This was actually the first CM model considering Off-Road motorbikes. I wouldn´t go as far as dirt bike, but it looks like an old Suzuki DR or Kawasaki KLR or Yamaha XT or Honda XR. The medium weights.

Still too big. What a shame.

Here, it looks even bigger.

Some nice details on a very nice bike. It´s a damn shame about the size.

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1 comments: to “ Police Force Figure Playset - Officer Hammer

  • Luís "ToneGuns" Galileu
    September 27, 2009 at 12:27 AM  

    It's a great set, the dirtybike would be of great use for any Police Force, but the acessories are, as all chap mei, oversized.

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