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    Lightbulb The BIIIIIIIIIIIG OSW Trivia Quiz Thread......

    Hey fellas,
    what do you think about an OSW Trivia????
    Somebody asks a question(Military,1/6 etc. related) and whoever gives the correct answer asks another question and so on.....
    LMK what you think.

    We have this going on on our German 1/6 Forum and the First Thread is over 80 Pages and the Second Thread Just hit the 20 Page Mark.
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    What was 21st Century TUS first modern Special Ops military figure?

    edited: for specification?
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    BOXED OR uniform set?
    I am not a slave to the box art layout!!
    Don't be so unkind.You may not survive to pass this way again,and these be the last friendly words you'll hear.

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    Boxed figure set

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    OK..................I will change the Thread Title.....
    Go,Go OSW Triviaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
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    TUS first boxed figure set is the arctic combat figure. This figure came with a white camo tow. It was also a target exclusive and the retail prices was $29.99. The second modern boxed figure one was the Navy Seal night ops that was exclusive to KB toys for $29.99.
    Last edited by rangernoir; 02-29-2008 at 15:05.
    "Those who are skilled in combat do not become angered, those who are skilled at winning do not become afraid. Thus the wise win before they fight, while the ignorant fight to win." Zhuge Liang

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    Quote Originally Posted by rangernoir View Post
    TUS first boxed figure set is the navy seal night ops boxed figure. It was also a KB Toys exclusive and the retail prices was $29.99
    We have a winner (unless we are both mistaken)



    its the figure that got me into 1/6 collecting when they first came out of Toys R US and when i saw it from Tippytoe's shelf, and the rest is history

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    IMO the very first TUS modern military figure would have been the 4 carded PT figures with the original "Sam" HS, which came in nothing by their shorts, socks, sneakers, watch cap, and T-shirt (with 1 of 4 military branch logos silk screened onto it). We'd call it a nude nowadays, but technically they had military PT loadout.

    Edit: Aw, crap, I forgot about the Night Ops Navy Seal. I gotta agree, I think that was the first boxed figure.

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    How about the first ToySoldier set?
    I am not a slave to the box art layout!!
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    The very first boxed modern boxed figure is the arctic tow figure. I was complete off. lol
    "Those who are skilled in combat do not become angered, those who are skilled at winning do not become afraid. Thus the wise win before they fight, while the ignorant fight to win." Zhuge Liang

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    Quote Originally Posted by CorranJ View Post
    How about the first ToySoldier set?
    Was it the USMC MEU SOC set?

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    i meant to ask "special ops" military figure, or am i still wrong?

    lets just move to the next question please

    rangernoir, ask away!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaun1162 View Post
    Was it the USMC MEU SOC set?
    most probably, since its in the bottom of the list as far as figure gear sets in the order of releases on the lazycat website


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    Quote Originally Posted by migo11 View Post
    most probably, since its in the bottom of the list as far as figure gear sets in the order of releases on the lazycat website
    That;s the only reaon I knew LOL

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    Which TUS boxed figure caught the national news due to the similarity of the figure content and outfit on a real live event that took placed in 1999.
    "Those who are skilled in combat do not become angered, those who are skilled at winning do not become afraid. Thus the wise win before they fight, while the ignorant fight to win." Zhuge Liang

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    Quote Originally Posted by rangernoir View Post
    Which TUS boxed figure caught the national news due to the similarity of the figure content and outfit on a real live event that took placed in 1999.

    TUS Armed Terrorist?

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    Gents.....Please keep in mind that only the Member with the right answer,can ask the next question.....
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    That is correct!

    Shaun next question please.
    "Those who are skilled in combat do not become angered, those who are skilled at winning do not become afraid. Thus the wise win before they fight, while the ignorant fight to win." Zhuge Liang

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    Boy this is fun! I can see why the threads on the other board get so much attention SSG Felder! Now I gotta think of a question...

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    OK here we go....Sorry this one may be a little too easy for you guys:

    What DML figure was "taken hostage" by insurgents in the Middle East?

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    DML Cody?

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    DING DING DING! We have a winner! Now whats the next question Migo?

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    Which real life US Military Unit On April 6th. 2003, fought a vastly superior force at a remote crossroads near the village of Debecka Iraq? The enemy unit had battle tanks and 150 well-trained, well-equipped and well-commanded soldiers. They stopped the enemy advance then fought them until only a handful of Iraqi survivors finally fled the battlefield.

    Hint: There's a book written about them.

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    The Battle of Debecka was fought by the US Army Special Forces.....The book talking about is....Roughneck Nine-One by Sgt.1st Class Frank Antenori and Hans Halberstradt
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    That is correct!



    next question please!

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    OK....
    Here we go...

    What do...Burt Reynolds(Actor),George Peppard(Actor)Lee Marvin (Actor),Charlton Heston(Actor),Gene Hackman(Actor) und Bugs Bunny have in common?????






    PS...I will be OFF for a while to have some QT with the wife...so please be patient....Thanks in advance
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    Quote Originally Posted by SSG Felder View Post
    PS...I will be OFF for a while to have some QT with the wife...so please be patient....Thanks in advance
    Less info would have been OK as well.

    I am not a slave to the box art layout!!
    Don't be so unkind.You may not survive to pass this way again,and these be the last friendly words you'll hear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CorranJ View Post
    Less info would have been OK as well.

    MUHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAA!!!!

    No idea for an answer though....
    Kaboom???

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSG Felder View Post
    OK....
    Here we go...

    What do...Burt Reynolds(Actor),George Peppard(Actor)Lee Marvin (Actor),Charlton Heston(Actor),Gene Hackman(Actor) und Bugs Bunny have in common?????
    They all looked super-hot when dressed in drag.

    Ok, maybe it was just Bugs.

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    @CorranJ....This was best the best I could do
    @The other Jorg.....MUHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAA...Thats the Munich laughter.....
    @laughinggravy......Hhhhhmmmmmmmmm Nope.....

    HINT: Lee Marvin has this in Common too!!!!
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