Megawattz Chain Gang Unpainted 3 Figure Set

All new, second generation figures by Megawattz.

Primary photo shows what you get: a set of three (3) unpainted and unassembled action figures on a white plastic runner with separate molded platforms. Assembly required using super glue or equivalent.

Unpainted figure photos show the action figures after assembly, front and back.

Painted and detailed photos show an example of each figure fully painted and sealed with optional paints, decals, chin straps, and face masks (sold separately).

The Chain Gang football action figures are easier to assemble than the first generation Megawattz figures. You can add magnets or attach the Chain Gang to sliding frame clips to fit your board and style of play. You can also add hobby or jewelry chain to create a custom effect for all of your boards.


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From celebrated Electric Football designer, sculptor, and artist Bruce Watts comes a line of specialized figures compatible with regular and 67 Big Men stock Tudor Games figures. You are ordering a set of three (3) unpainted and unassembled action figures on a white plastic runner with separate molded platforms. For best results use super glue to position and attach figures.

What is the Chain Gang?
A common term used to describe the officials responsible for manning the chains that are used to show the ten yard distance needed to obtain a new set of downs. The chain gang is required to quickly realign the chains whenever the offense gets a first down. The chain gang may also be called upon to come onto the field for a measurement whenever the officials are unsure as to whether a first down has been achieved or not.

The chain gang is one of the important background groups in the effective officiating of a football game. They must quickly move to align the chains in a new location whenever a first down has been achieved, and must be able to accurately place the chains so that the first down distances can be accurately measured. There is a set of chains on each side of the field, although only one of the chains will be considered official for the purposes of on-field measurements.