Need a little help disassembling a figure...

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  1. TLK Barricade

    TLK Barricade Keep calm and Hail Megatron.

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    I'm planning on making a custom toy of an OC of mine once I've bought all of the materials I need, and one of those materials is a Titans Return Slugslinger figure. I want to disassemble him so I can dye each of his parts the colors I want them to be, and the only things I'm not sure how to remove are the hands. I've seen many pictures and several reviews of the figure, but I don't see any pins or screws in his wrists, so can someone please tell me if it's even possible to remove them? And if so, how? Pictures would probably help, as well.
     
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    atomD21 Not made of sterner stuff...

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    I don't have him on hand right now for a pic, but his hands are just held in by little nubs that fit into holes. It shouldn't be hard to remove them at all.
     
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    TLK Barricade Keep calm and Hail Megatron.

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    Really? Thanks.
     
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    Yeah, as soon as I get home, I'll snap a quick pic of his wrists.
     
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    Ok, so here, I just pulled his hand straight out, pulling downward away from the top of his forearm.
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    To put it back in though, you have to insert it with the hand folded into the forearm section. Here he is good as new!
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