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  1. cool! i must do this too :D, and i like how the rg box gave some design to the mini version of the box as well.

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  2. Huh. Ruining the precious genuine BanDai Box with the cool Box art for the sake of storing the kits in a way that doesn't even protect from internal damage when the flimsy box is crushed or if the flimsy box falls on the ground and the expensive kit and parts inside break due to impact...

    why didn't I think of that...

    oh right! because it's fucking stupid.

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    1. Why the hell would you even buy gunpla in the first place if you are gonna store it away in a box. You gotta display your work.

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    3. Well, this is just one of many ways of storing your gunpla, if you ever decided to moved to a new place to live or taking it to a gunpla convention or something. I mean it never hurts to come up with a way to store your gunpla or any model for that matter if one of those situations comes up. Sure this method does need some improvements to ensure no internal damage comes to the model inside the box, but other then that it's ok. ^_^;;;

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    4. Its a tutorial. A suggestion. Its not even a must to do this. You dont have to be an ass.. sorry i mean a douche about it.

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  3. i'd rather just put crumpled paper in between and around the gunpla to keep it from moving inside the box and give it a bit of cushioning. and that allows me to store multiple gunpla too.

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  4. Errr... don't we put gunpla's up for display? not storing? 0_o?

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    1. this tutorial is for storage purpose when you want your gunpla safe while traveling with it. like i always do when me and my friends wants to do some meetups in the mall or somewhere else.

      this act as an alternative to tool box too.

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  5. I like this, I usually store them in a gunpla box (3 of them). Displaying alot of gunpla ( I have all of the rg) in a cabinet looks really messy (and they gather dust fast) so I only display them one by one for a limited time. This idea really help me in storing in small cabinet and move them in my bag. Thank you for sharing

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