Re: Damtoys US Marine M60 Gunner
He looks great!
I don't own this figure, but I'm guessing the seamless arms should be ok if left in neutral poses while displayed/stored, but will have more chance of damage if left in 'bent' poses for long periods of time. Posing for photos should be fine, but it's best to avoid leaving them posed indefinitely. Frustrating if you want to display permanently in some kind of diorama, but best to be on safe side.#
That said, I am not certain of the age of this figure, so that could be a factor as well in terms of how well the seamless arms hold up.
The arms do look good on him, though.
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