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    Default movie Barricade FOC style

    Repainted a G2 FoC Swindle with the addition of a TLK Barricade head and a Fallen sticker... just because.










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    I like this a lot!

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    I dig it, he seems to be an acolyte of the fallen?
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    He looks bad ass, did you cut the stock head off?

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    Thanks for the comments everyone
    Re: the head, no it was a straight swap. Had to prise Swindle’s head off, then screwed Barricade’s head on around it. The neck peg was a perfect fit for both the socket and head cavity.
    I did try a DOTM Dread head but the head connection was all wrong and the head itself too wide.

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    So is the head on a ball joint or mushroom peg? I've wanted to mod this mould for ages.

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    It's on a ball joint, but the two times I've modded this mold I found the stock head really hard to remove. I ended up using a screwdriver to prise it off. Be careful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by snaketales View Post
    It's on a ball joint, but the two times I've modded this mold I found the stock head really hard to remove. I ended up using a screwdriver to prise it off. Be careful!
    Cool, every time I've tried to remove the head I had problems and just guessed it was on a mushroom peg.

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