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No. 242 Guts Arm Cannon 1/2 Scale *40% OFF
Unit Price: 48,000JPY
Handling Fee is charged.
After two years of development, a high level of detail is featured in this product. Since the Dragon Slayer and arm cannon are two symbols of Guts, this is a great opportunity to add one more fantastic item to your Berserk collection.
-Replica of Guts' mechanical arm
The fingers are movable, and a marble-painted base is attached. You can remove the arm cannon from the base and create your own way to display it.
We used various colors to enhance the dynamic imagery in order to give it a realistic metallic look. You can see some damage on this artificial arm. The detail of the sculpt makes it feel authentic.
This arm cannon is just like we see it in the manga; the structure is based on Mr. Miura's original work. The hammer and the hand part are also movable. You can bend the wrist at a 90 degree angle. When the hammer moves backward, it is ready to fire. We believe our effort with this artwork will allow you to enjoy recreating a specific scene.
The fingers and the wrist are moveable, but please avoid applying strong pressure on them or moving them repeatedly; it may cause the paint come off. Thank you for your understanding.
Guts Arm Cannon 1/2 Scale
Limited to 50 pieces
Unit price: 80,000 Yen (tax excluded)
Sale Price: 48,000 Yen
You are also able to settle the payment on an installment plan (2 installments + shipping cost).
Arm cannon size: 29 cm in length / 6.5 cm in diameter (fingers in a straightened position/base excluded)
Base size: 7cm (H) x 15cm (W) x 15cm (D)
Attachment: Serial number nameplate, paulownia box, and base
Material: Polystone, metal (joints)
Originated & Manufactured by ART OF WAR.
Item will be shipped within 7 business days after payment is received.
Shipping and Handling Costs (via EMS only and in Japanese Yen):
Area 1 (Asia)- Y 6500
Area 2 (USA, Canada, & Australia)- Y 8500
Area 3 (EU Countries)- Y 9600
Area 4 (South America)- Y 15500
© Kentarou Miura (studio GAGA)/ Hakusensha