please help me identify this part.

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  1. wrecker

    wrecker Particle man

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    thanks!
     
  2. Hot Shot.

    Hot Shot. Giving up on the fiction.

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    I don't think that's a TF part.
     
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    OK so it's narrowed down to a non-tf part (which I figured)...any other guesses?
     
  4. Chosen

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    It's a staff to a Kenner Predator figure, specifically Scavage.
     
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    I'm curious dude...did you collect of toys during your younger days??? The way you identify the toy is amazing X)
     
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    I'm guessing your question was supposed to be, did I collect a lot of toys? And the answer is hell no. I grew up relatively poor and deprived of many of the cooler (read: more expensive) toys and games out there. What I did spend a lot of time doing was poring over product catalogs, store circulars especially Toys'R'Us, and the cardbacks or anything else with "also available" toys being shown off.

    I also have a not-quite-photographic memory for stuff like this, and a set of bookmarks to either confirm my IDs before I post them, or do research if it's a toy I don't know or at least recognize.
     

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