Thursday, June 9, 2011

GI Joe Low Light Figure

GI Joe Low Light Figure

When Low Light came out in 1986 I quickly snatched it up together with Leatherneck. Low Light at that time was my most favorite figure till Lt. Falcon came along.

GI Joe Low Light Figure
Low Light was a night fighting specialist as depicted in his file card but what I really liked about him was the fact that he had a sniper rifle as part of his equipment. As mentioned before, I've always liked the sniper character because of their sharpshooting abilities and the fact that their presence in a battlefield acts as a force multiplier for whichever army has them. Of course now its hard to be a sniper anymore in the modern battlefield because army's are developing sniper detection systems.
GI Joe Low Light Figure

GI Joe Low Light Figure

GI Joe Low Light Figure

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I could never understand what this gadget thatwas on the left thigh of Low Light. It was depressed and looked like something could be attached to it. I tried the Uzi but that didn't seem to work.
GI Joe Low Light Figure

GI Joe Low Light Figure

GI Joe Low Light Figure

GI Joe Low Light Figure


GI Joe Low Light Figure

Uzi submachine gun that came with Low Light
GI Joe Low Light Figure

GI Joe Low Light Figure

Larger than usual back pack that came with Low Light.
GI Joe Low Light Figure

GI Joe Low Light Figure

What really attracted me to the Low Light figure was the sniper rifle with Night Scope and supressor. The sniper rifle also had a small detachable bipod that could be folded
GI Joe Low Light Figure

GI Joe Low Light Figure

I always liked mounting the sniper rifle at the back of Low Light when posing it.
GI Joe Low Light Figure

GI Joe Low Light Figure

GI Joe Low Light Figure