HGUC #45 MS-14JG Gelgoog Jager
SKU: BAN5060955All Gundams High Grade Gundam Kits Test War in the Pocket
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The MS-14JG Gelgoog Jager is the successor of the already high performing MS-14A Gelgoog, developed by Zeon at the end of the One Year War. The MS-14JG Gelgoog Jager, or Gelgoog-J, adds tons of thrusters and two external propellant tanks to increase the operation time. The standard colors for the MS-14JG Gelgoog Jager also changed to shades of red, which would make Char Aznable particularly proud!
Included with the MS-14JG Gelgoog Jager, you’ll find:
- Beam Machine Gun
- Propellant Tank x2
Building the MS-14JG Gelgoog Jager does not require many pieces or involve any complicated techniques. The Gelgoog-J should be an enjoyable build, even if it’s your first time! Bandai even included articulation points for the leg thrusters, allowing builders to pose the MS-14JG Gelgoog Jager dynamically in a flying pose. A majority of the thrusters come molded separately from the armor panels in gray plastic, giving bulders a much more color-accurate example right off the runners!
Weapons and Other Notable Attributes –
The Beam Machine Gun used by the MS-14JG Gelgoog Jager fires a pulse of beams much more destructive and accurate than a standard Beam Rifle. Each of the Propellant tanks easily separates from the backpack for ejecting once depleted. The MS-14JG Gelgoog Jager uses two Beam Spot Guns as close-range weapons, which are located within the unit’s forearms. It is known that these could double as Beam Blades, but there are no effect parts included to recreate this effect (the connection should still support a standard HG Beam Saber Blade).
This kit includes:
5 Runners total (A, B1, B2, C, PC123+)
Total Piece Count – 136 with 6 Unused Parts
Materials – PS, PE
Great for kitbashing but super old as a straight build. Definitely needed some life to it.
It's a really fun kit, but is definitely showing it's age. Not the best articulation. Looks really good when finished though, color separation is really good.