Plastic Accessory Variety Pack
Gale Force 9
The Plastic Accessory Pack is chock full of possibilities. It contains a wide assortment of tubes, beams and rods; 16 pieces total. Everything in the pack is made from styrene and can be glued with either super or plastic glue.
Some little known facts about the Accessory Pack:
In addition to making great pipes and basing details, all 7 plastic tubes telescope with each other; perfect for making hydraulic joints, gun barrels, antennas, etc.
The scale "H" beams make awesome urban rubble, giant Sci-Fi melee weapons, and construction details.
The "L" corner is great for beefing up the armor on tanks, walkers and other mechanical war machines.
The Accessory Pack also contains 6 different thin plastic rods that are perfect for wiring, whip antennas, conduits, and other small details.
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