Edward Ju (email@example.com)
Thu, 11 May 2000 15:23:37 -0700
>>The head "cover" moves, the "base" that houses the monoeye is, IIRC, fixed
>>to the body itself. When you move the "cover" around, it creates an
>>illusion that the head is actually moving.
> I'll take a closer look the next time I go past a Dom box. From the
>description you gave, it seems the whole mono-eye is based on a turntable
>which can turn slightly up and down too. The cover must be pretty
>tight-fitting, IIRC the image of a Dom correctly.
The photos on the box doesn't really show this feature well. You basically
have to put one together to see for yourself. The cover is not tight-
fitting at all - there's enough room for it to move around.
>>I had problems with the left arm *after* equipping it with the shield and
>>the 2 ammo clips which hung on the inside of the shield.
> Try swapping the arms around? Maybe it's the design of the plastic
>part of the joint.
No, I think it was just the sheer weight of all the stuff you can put on
the arm. Once they are off the arm can maintain its pose.
>>That seems to be the trend though, with the GMs getting some fringe
> Sad but true. Anyone knows what's the next MG after the RX-79(G)?
The RGM-79(G) and GM Sniper from The 08th MS Team should be no brainers...
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