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Heavy Duty Torso Mannequins

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Yes, those are the same exact ones I get from ebay...Mannequin maven...

In Memoriam

My Father, Henry W. Milton, USAAF, Burma, 1943-1945, Lost May 2, 2017
My Grandfather, Nathan Hale, US Navy, USS Rhode Island, 1915-1918, Lost 1968
My 3X Great Grandfather, Sgt. Frederick Hale, 55th New York,
wounded and captured at Malvern Hill, Virginia, July 1, 1862,

died as Prisoner of War, Richmond, July 24, 1862


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Here is the one I was considering before starting this thread.





Any thoughts on this one guys ???






The only thing I have to say is stick with a round or square base over the legs. This give you more surface contact and weight to prevent it from tipping over. My $.02

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Does anyone know off of the top of their head if the hole in the bottom of the Webster's torso's are 5/8" or 7/8". The reason I ask is because I would like to buy a couple of those heavy duty bases listed previously in the thread. However, I am at work right now and not able to physically measure the holes.


Thanks for the help !!!



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