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    My 1st Seal kitbash

    Hi everyone !
    That's a long time I wanted to show this but I never had time. Now, this is my first Seal kitbash. Any comment welcome !

    Body : HT 1st generation (VBSS team leader)
    DCU : HT Navspecwargear A
    M14 : HT weapon set 2
    M4 : Navspecwargear A
    Plate carrier : Navspecwargear A
    subload : BBI Joe Brennan
    helmet : HT Seal in PCU
    holster : not sure, maybe Dr figures
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    Very nice job! Clean lookin SEAL

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    That's cool! Looks like he has a lot of gear.

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    Very good looking figure. I like it a lot. Very detailed with a good equipment lay out that is very consistent. You also gave him a lot of weapons of which the M4 or the M14 can fill the same function. If he is in the Designated Marksman roll then the M14 is cool and will work for CQB support. If he is a door knocker then the M4 would be perfect. Perhaps you would like to consider giving him a shotgun and dropping either the M14 or M4. It would also cut done on the different types of magazines he would have to carry. Good looking figure.

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    Great looking Seal
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    good job I like him alot where did you get the sling for the m14

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    Quote Originally Posted by STALL STUFF View Post
    Very good looking figure. I like it a lot. Very detailed with a good equipment lay out that is very consistent. You also gave him a lot of weapons of which the M4 or the M14 can fill the same function. If he is in the Designated Marksman roll then the M14 is cool and will work for CQB support. If he is a door knocker then the M4 would be perfect. Perhaps you would like to consider giving him a shotgun and dropping either the M14 or M4. It would also cut done on the different types of magazines he would have to carry. Good looking figure.

    I agree!! Other than a great looking figure, all is good! Maybe a little weathering here and there and you should be in good shape!

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    Great figure, man!

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    Very nice job. Well done.
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    Great stuff mate.

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    Thanks everyone !
    At the beginning, I wanted to make a "serious" guy but a m14 and a M4, PERHAPS it's too much !!! I might change one or two details ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by STALL STUFF View Post
    Very good looking figure. I like it a lot. Very detailed with a good equipment lay out that is very consistent. You also gave him a lot of weapons of which the M4 or the M14 can fill the same function. If he is in the Designated Marksman roll then the M14 is cool and will work for CQB support. If he is a door knocker then the M4 would be perfect. Perhaps you would like to consider giving him a shotgun and dropping either the M14 or M4. It would also cut done on the different types of magazines he would have to carry. Good looking figure.

    great work! Either drop the m4 and add a scatter gun or loose the m14 and keep the m4....er, I mean that's what I would do
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    This guy has some taste, nice job mate, I don't usually say that about a lot of figures but this one is worthy of my toy cabinet.
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    Very nicely done.
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    Nice bash! He definatly packs some serious firepower!

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    Great job !!!
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    Nice work!!!!

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    Good job!
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    Wish I could remember enough French to not butcher this sentence but this is one cool SEAL bash man.
    Great job, I have that same M14, but I think you're one of the first or few to ever use it on a figure.
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    Great bash there!
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    Great looking SEAL! Nice job!
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