Non-TF: does marvel legends marv coat come off?

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    i am planing on making a toy of the russian (for the punisher to fight) out of marvel legends marv and the hulks arms. has any1 removed marvs coat. and if they hav can they take a couple pictures. and how do u open an action figure like marv to switch the arms?

    thank you for helping.
     

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    anyone?
     
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    I don't have him, but I would assume the jacket comes off fairly easy, given the way all the accessories like this in those waves come off or are attached. Belts, pouches, etc.

    Plus, thinking along the lines of like movie Doc Ock, I'd bet it does. Probably some peg in the back of the jacket that's glued into a slot in Marvs back to keep it in place, but probably easy to get out.

    As for switching the arms, Jin has a tutorial for this kinda stuff on his site, as do a few other people (Kyle Robinsons forum has a bunch of tutorials for this stuff) and probably even on the forums here too.

    Sorry I couldn't be more specifically helpful though.
     
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    http://www.mwctoys.com/REVIEW_100107a.htm

    Yeah, looking at him closer, I'd bet 100% you can take the jacket off pretty easy. Although it's probably not in one piece, if you are looking for the jacket to use for something. Looks like from the waist down is one section and the waist up is another, so it can twist at the hip.
     
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    the coat is one piece (except for the arms, which is why they need to b replaced)

    im just wonder how hes under shirt looks because i dont want to cut it off and not b able to use it.
     
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    You know you could get a TNA Kevin Nash figure to start with since that's who played the Russian :) 
     
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    is that the same scale as marvel legends? i like that idea. i am going to a toy convention towards the end other the month and i might b able to get one cheap:p 
     
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    thanks man. what should i use to scult the shirt with?.. my friend gave me clay but it doesnt dry.
     
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    Order some aves fixit sculpt or a tube of Quikplastic, and look up some sculpting tutorials. Tonyzcustoms should be able to point you in the right direction, send him a pm!
     
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    would i hav to get that stuff off the internet? i wouldnt b aloud so i am looking for something i can get at a model/hobbie store.
     

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