An avid runner, Hit & Run grew up fearless and tough. He’d run for miles, seeing the world as an obstacle course to be confronted at top speed. He joined the G.I. Joe team because he knew that only the best, most rigorous training would take him to his limits. When Zartan escapes into the swamp, Hit & Run uses speed and skill to keep the elusive foe in his sight at all times.
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G.I. Joe 50th Anniversary Hit & Run
Could have used more paint apps
Hit & Run is a solid figure to include in this 3-pack. It has good weapons selection and a nice helmet. I feel it could have used more camo paint on the figure itself, but over all it’s one of the more appealing three-pack figures.
G.I. Joe 50th Anniversary Hit & Run Photo Shoot
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The Delta says
Decent figure but not a great paint scheme in my opinion.
The guy is so damn ugly.
Mr Hebime says
He would've ranked higher on my list if he had the webgear that came with the FSS version. For the grace of god he's ugly...
Laser Viper says
Overall, good figure and could use more paint apps and maybe more weapons or different ones at that.
However, not sure where he would fit in in my Joes? Night ops, Black ops or something to that effect.
It is an ugly fig. I like the head but wish for different paint apps. Has anyone tried painting it to go with the fss or 25th?
RL Bliss says
Cobra Terrorist says
I gotta say - the more I look at this figure the more I like it. I might have to grab this 3-pack.
He has a face only a mother could....oh...car "accident"...
aside from the colour scheme, I would want this guy fighting for my country.
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