Jim Goose Costume Discussion

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Re: Jim Goose Costume Discussion

Postby MFP 2020 » Thu Jan 21, 2010 12:19 pm

Excellent, Babasan! Where did you get the face guards?

I was just going to post a link to an eBay auction for one of the not-quite-right Iron Jaws: 200428764854
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Re: Jim Goose Costume Discussion

Postby Karol » Thu Jan 21, 2010 3:56 pm

Hurray for accurate replicas of stuff we don't see all the time! :P :D :P :D Great Toecutter, Goose, and Bubba helmets! Great boots.

Looks like babasan managed to get a couple original "face fenders." I have one of these as well.

Babasan: is the Kali figure on the Toecutter helmet purchased somewhere or was it custom-made for you?
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Re: Jim Goose Costume Discussion

Postby scag66 » Thu Jan 21, 2010 4:09 pm

That is fantastic work, congratulations.
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Re: Jim Goose Costume Discussion

Postby MFP1 » Thu Jan 21, 2010 5:14 pm

Yes, I also am curious.... Especially where you got the "Idol" for the Toecutter helmet!
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Re: Jim Goose Costume Discussion

Postby babasan » Thu Jan 21, 2010 10:06 pm

Hello, everybody.
I live in Japan.

Face fender; I got two gray in ebay. The black is a copy.
Boots ; ebay & Japan
figure ; It is Japanease And this is not Kali . This is Vishnu.This figure is not same as a figure of toe.

I forgot upload yesterday.
It is glove and Shin guard.
The glove is a copy.
I got the Shin guard in ebay. The Goose cuts this and attaches it to an arm and a knee.

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Re: Jim Goose Costume Discussion

Postby Bad Cop 5546 » Fri Jan 22, 2010 6:21 pm

Just curious - Does the "MFP Clothing Branch" in Japan still sell to people outside Japan? I managed to get one of their MFP jackets a couple years back (going through their "Access USA" distributor), but that seems to have gone long dormant, so I'm faced with the occasional torture of seeing all the great things they seem to offer, but I can't have......! (Especially when it looked like they were selling a ready-made shoulder guard for their MM jacket.)
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Re: Jim Goose Costume Discussion

Postby Karol » Sat Jan 23, 2010 1:01 pm

Just a note, Bad Cop: MFP Japan's MM2 shoulder guard is not all that accurate. It's got the wrong plate, and the arch padding is covered in leather.
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Re: Jim Goose Costume Discussion

Postby Max Replica » Sat Jan 23, 2010 6:14 pm

Karol wrote:Just a note, Bad Cop: MFP Japan's MM2 shoulder guard is not all that accurate. It's got the wrong plate, and the arch padding is covered in leather.


And you can now get a pretty accurate MM2 jacket from Southbeach Leather (just tell them to leave off the bad leather shoulder pad they would normally add).
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Re: Jim Goose Costume Discussion

Postby babasan » Mon Jan 25, 2010 8:14 pm

I bought MM1 jacket made with Southbeach leather.
It was thin leather.And the fastener was small.
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Re: Jim Goose Costume Discussion

Postby Bad Cop 5546 » Thu Feb 18, 2010 9:43 pm

But the girl they show wearing the shoulder pad on MFP branch is pretty hot - Yow! I got one of Karol's shoulder pads and I've integrated it onto my South Beach MM2 jacket (and I even got it with the cut right sleeve!). How did I get the shoulder plate to stay on? Let's just say velcro is a costumer's best friend... :)
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