Can anyone identify this gun?

Discussion in 'Transformers 3rd Party Discussion' started by madme, May 23, 2020.

  1. madme

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    I think it is a third party gun but I can't identify it.
     
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    I don't recognize it but I would guess its from a Brawl?
     
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    Seems chugish rugish
     
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  5. madme

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    Ah, so it does go with a Classic Cliffjumper. I got it a while back together with the large gun for the Devil Horns Custom Kit. I assumed they went together but could not find a picture of the above gun with the set. Thanks!
     
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  6. deaculpa

    deaculpa Stand Alone Complex

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    Wow I always wanted that kit...
     
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    Me too!!!
    I remember when Classics first came out. I thought they were the BEST thing in the world. And I wanted this kit to make Cliffjumper perfect. But it was so limited. These were the first garage kit 3rd party offerings.

    How times have changed.
     
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    They were the best! Those Classics figures were revolutionary at the time, and I'd say some of them, like Bumblebee and Mirage, still hold up today. I like Classics Mirage better than any version that's been made since; his posability was light-years ahead of its time.
     
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    For some reason I thought this was gonna be about a real gun