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From "Fang of the Sun Dougram" comes the fifth in a plastic model series of Combat Armor variations based on the illustrations of Kunio Okawara, the Soltic H102 Bushman Reinforced Pack Mounted Type, featuring an auxiliary rocket launcher!
Figure Size: About 14cm tall upon completion
Materials: PS, PE
This model kit makes use of snap-fit connections. (Glue required for some parts.)
Each joint makes use of a poly-cap, allowing for smooth and easy posing of the finished product.
Reinforced pack parts made with a brand new mold.
The auxiliary rocket launcher that attaches to the pack is articulated.
A miniature sidecar is included as a bonus part.
The grey parts on the legs of the mecha have been recreated with a silver color specifically for this kit.
Cockpit canopy features a translucent brown color with a pre-painted orange frame.
The standard Soltic H102 Bushman can also be assembled.
The various markings are included as water-application decals.
The kit was designed in cooperation with mechanical designer Takahiro Yamada.