PA803: 54mm Traditional British Soldiers - Band Instruments No. 2

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SKU:
PA803
UPC:
0735930008030
Condition:
New
Weight:
0.77 KGS
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Description

These vulcanised black rubber moulds are to be used with kit No. PA800. These moulds will produce various instruments to complete your band: Flautists, Side and Bass drummers, large and small bass. Metal quantity varies.

Due to shrinkage issue with the manufacturing of these moulds, some arms need to be trimmed and filler may be needed to complete assembly.

This product is not suitable for children under the age of 14.

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PA803 Band Instruments Flutists, Side and Bass Drummers, Large and Small Bass label
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  • 1
    Compatibility with PA800

    The problem is with the compatibility of PA800 with the PA802 and PA803 sets. The arm sockets on the marching soldiers are too small to allow the instruments to get a reasonable surface to complete a solid bond for the glue. Filing the arm is difficult on the instruments. The Standing Soldier works perfectly well. The problem that I see, is that the shoulder sockets in PA800 are significantly smaller on the marching soldier than the standing soldier. This means that while the band instruments and arms from PA802 and PA803 fit the standing soldier with a little work, it is almost impossible to fit them to the marching soldier even with heavy filing. The heavy filing is impossible on the "Large and Small Brass" without damaging the instrument, and the flute and clarinet are too flimsy to allow major work.

  • 5
    PA802: 54MM TRADITIONAL BRITISH SOLDIERS - BAND INSTRUMENTS NO. 1

    The bets you can have

2 Reviews

  • 1
    Compatibility with PA800

    The problem is with the compatibility of PA800 with the PA802 and PA803 sets. The arm sockets on the marching soldiers are too small to allow the instruments to get a reasonable surface to complete a solid bond for the glue. Filing the arm is difficult on the instruments. The Standing Soldier works perfectly well. The problem that I see, is that the shoulder sockets in PA800 are significantly smaller on the marching soldier than the standing soldier. This means that while the band instruments and arms from PA802 and PA803 fit the standing soldier with a little work, it is almost impossible to fit them to the marching soldier even with heavy filing. The heavy filing is impossible on the "Large and Small Brass" without damaging the instrument, and the flute and clarinet are too flimsy to allow major work.

  • 5
    PA802: 54MM TRADITIONAL BRITISH SOLDIERS - BAND INSTRUMENTS NO. 1

    The bets you can have

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