Wolverine Steel Claws (Marvel Legends) Custom Action Figure
Custom #:1862
Name:Wolverine Steel Claws
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Marvel Legends
Creator:maromas  
Date Added:February 27, 2007
Base Figure:Wolverine
Height:6.00 inches
The first time a saw a custom was Wolverine with steel claws... A was shock. I couldn't figure out how it was made and the research start.... I found out there was a whole world of customizers and a decide to try it too. My first try would be wolverine whit steel claws. No paint, no modeling ,just a change from plastic to steel. I was very happy when a saw it next to my other toys

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Unknown User -
Wednesday, February 28, 2007
Yikes pricey...but then again they sound like they would be awesome to have and hey who wouldn't want to brag about that job!!!
Nice job on Wolvie
Bob-A-Ferret -
Wednesday, February 28, 2007
KYLE WANTS !!!!!! KYLE WANTS!!!!!
I sell them through my company, My website is currently unavaliable until it is rebuilt proper by my web guy.
They expensive I sold my last pair for $850.75 not including shipping
Plain claws are less expensive but hydrolics and reiforced gloves are not cheap not to mention my time manufactoring them.
But hey if your going to start your own buisness you might aswell know how to have fun with it.
Kyle Robinson -
Wednesday, February 28, 2007
KYLE WANTS !!!!!! KYLE WANTS!!!!!
Bob-A-Ferret -
Wednesday, February 28, 2007
I love the claws but I concur on the length issue a bit long.
As far as practicality its a comic whats practical?
In reallity I sell a pair of movie style claws that can retract thanks to hydrolics. Lets just say if this was in someones arm & skint out you might just die of blood loss but in a reinforced glove its all the rage, you can handle, plus 2 minute for the hydrolics to reload to do it again.
hawkeye -
Wednesday, February 28, 2007
I think the longer claws look good
Jin Saotome -
Wednesday, February 28, 2007
Hey nice!! The needle pack you want is the 'household repair' pack that comes with 6 or 7 different kinds. The ones with the flattned and slightly curved tip are sail needles. (as seen on my MvC Wolverine) The triangular tips (like you used there) are called sail needles too, or sometimes upholstery depending on the company making the needles. Either way you'll end up buying six packages and can make two sets of claws from them. Excellent work on the claws there, I happen to like that long length!
Unknown User -
Wednesday, February 28, 2007
Nice claws.
Kyle Robinson -
Wednesday, February 28, 2007
oh no...lol.. Not that again VP..lol I can show you like 100 pictures from comics where his claws are longer than his forarms. sure its more realistic but than again how realistic is a dude with retractable claws anyway..lol..
Just maessin VP. don't think I'm givin ya crud.
VariablePenguin -
Tuesday, February 27, 2007
they look a little long on this figure though. I would suggest snipping them shorter on future figures. They would have to go up his arm into his bicep to be that long and then he wouldn't be able to bend his elbow.
Unknown User -
Tuesday, February 27, 2007
you are right Gj - they are called sail needles... I just got a batch of 'em myself and was planning on doing the same. I think they look cool and they're less labor intensive than modifying bobby pins - no sanding, sharpening or painting involved.
Gee_jays_Customs -
Tuesday, February 27, 2007
I think its something called sail nails...lol got that info from jins website...correct me if I'm wrong...
~Gj
VariablePenguin -
Tuesday, February 27, 2007
Did you use needles for it?
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