Transformers: Generations: Siege Deluxe Crosshairs
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Let me start by stating the obvious. Crosshairs is a Targetmaster without a Targetmaster partner, so that sucks. If we ignore that, Crosshairs is not a bad looking toy. I love the new head sculpt and he has a great paintjob, but there is very little point in making a Targetmaster without his Targetmaster partner.
Overall: Shame on you Hasbro. Crosshairs could have been a great toy if he included his proper accessories. As is, he’s just sort of blah.
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Trenchfoot *might* be his partner, like the Spinister Shrute situation