<font size="2" face="arial">The only damage that you could probably do is to your fingers and not the playset itself. Take a look at the instructions and they're really simple. You're just basically tying the lights into the slots with the fishing line.Originally posted by JoshEEE:
My local target just got the orange lights in, and I came back to find this thread and see if there was a link to the instructions to do this. I'm still worried that I might break mine, and so I'm pondering on whether or not I actually want a second set just to experiment on.
Is there any chance of damage when you do this? Anyone?
The gun can just be removed and the figure rightfully disposed. I like it. It's too small and could have been better. The trap door thing and carbon block with the fabric are lame. This pic is all I've got and it doesn't really give the entire thing justice. But as you can see, it's okay for dioramas.joekiss said:Craptacular. Huge oversized gun and a very dull outdated figure
I use 3M adhesive wall hangers. They are small plastic hooks that attach to the wall with adhesive strips. They are fairly inexpensive and work quite well. They can also be removed from the wall without damaging the paint.gerbil1189 said:Jason-
How are you hanging your POTJ figures in the pic? Thanks!