There's this thing I've noticed with CB's 3-point assembly (Gun arm with both hands, torso, supporting arm) and that's put very simply; it's utter garbage. Tai Sheng takes the price, though. There's more than a full millimeter between the left arm and the hand on the gun when you put both shoulders snug against the torso piece. The problem is, who ever is making CB's Yu Jing miniatures seem to love this design and it doesn't hold a candle to the Line Kazak HMG I just assembled using a different 3-point system where the left arm also had a piece of the left torso which makes the unassembled torso have a huge angular cut by the left shoulder. By contrast, Tai Sheng has a full torso and the left and right arms have been detached cleanly by the shoulder, leaving all of the torso's details intact - and it sucks. Does anyone have a solution to this other than bending the gun 20° or using greenstuff to repair the right shoulder? Anyone else had problems with their model?