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BULLET-PROOF (v1)

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YoJoe ID: 118-HAF-1992-BULLETPR-01

Series: Eleven (1992)

Bullet-Proof was released carded as part of the eleventh series (1992) as part of the Drug Elimination Force (D.E.F.) subset. He was discontinued domestically in 1993.

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Accessories

Bullet-Proof came with a green helmet, a removable green microphone (that attached to the helmet), a green assault rifle, a green backpack, a green Electronic Battle-Flash Missile Launcher (spring loaded, that actually fired), a green missile, and a black figure stand.



The Electronic Battle-Flash Missile Launcher not only was spring loaded, but it also included a small light inside. When the missile was fired, it would light up.



In 1993, the same backpack, rifle, and missile - along with a missile launcher (minus Battle Flash) and the helmet and mouthpiece molded together were available with Bullet-Proof (v2).

Packaging Information

Filecard Information

File Name: Morris, Earl S.
SN: 696-5214-ES66
Grade: O-4
Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois
Primary Specialty: D.E.F. Leader
Secondary Specialty: Federal Marshall
Training Specialty: G.I. Joe AH-74 Desert Apache pilot

"I don't believe in any magic charms. I'm just really careful and I practice shooting every day!"

BULLET-PROOF served in Central America, the Golden Triangle, and the Caribbean as a field officer of the Drug Enforcement Agency before drawing the assignment to head G.I. Joe's D.E.F. detachment. His code name wasn't picked out of a hat. It was given to him by the very people he tracked down - the world's drug leaders and their private armies of Uzi-wielding thugs! In countless raids and all-out fire fights they saw him leading his men into the thick of the action and he never took a single hit. They said, "He must be bullet proof!"

Variations

No variations of Bullet-Proof (v1) are known to exist.

Body Construction

Bullet-Proof's body is entirely original - no parts were taken from other figures.

Bullet-Proof's entire mold was re-used in 1993 to create Bullet-Proof (v2).

International Variants

In Brazil in 1995, the mold of Bullet-Proof was used to create Tiro Certo.

Reference Information

The below information contains information about references to various collector's guides, Hasbro references, original retail prices, and other reference material related to Bullet-Proof (v1).

Original Retail: n/a
Hasbro Product: n/a
RAHC: n/a
Lee's Guide: n/a
Desimone Guide: #347
Tomart's Guide: #GI6725
The Ultimate Guide: n/a
Action Figure Archive Guide: n/a
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