SANDTROOPER SQUAD LEADER TWO PACK Sandtrooper Two Pack - ARTFX+ from Kotobukiya A New Hope ARTFX+ Model Set

Kotobukiya revealed their Sandtrooper Two Pack on July 9th, 2013 and displayed them publicly for the first time a couple of weeks later at their booth at the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con. The set, which began shipping in January 2014, included easy to assemble pieces to make two orange pauldron wearing 1/10th scale Sandtroopers. While the heads, necks, torsos, legs, pauldrons, and backpacks are identical, the set also included four interchangable sets of left and right arms, a pair of macrobinoculars, a T-21 light repeating blaster, a DLT-19 heavy blaster rifle, and two magnetic display bases to help you create many alternate poses.

The shoulder bell on the left pointing arm is removable. The intent is to move this one arm over to the Sandtrooper Sergeant ARTFX+ model.

Product Packaging
Product Information
Manufacturer: Kotobukiya
Year: 2014
Original Retail: $84.99
Edition Size: 8500
Assortment Number: SW85
Included in the box:
  • 2x Sandtrooper Head
  • 2x Sandtrooper Neck
  • 2x Sandtrooper Torso
  • 2x Sandtrooper Legs
  • 2x Orange Pauldrons
  • DLT-19 Heavy Blaster Rifle
  • T-21 Light Repeating Blaster
  • 2x Backpack (3 pieces)
  • 4x Interchangable Right Arm
  • 4x Interchangable Left Arm
  • Right Hand with Macrobinoculars
  • Shoulder Bell
  • 2x Magnetic Base
  • Instructions

Text & Photography by D. Martin Myatt

Page Built by Adam Lamping

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