The Sergeant Bash pullback
|Weapons||Flamethrower, front pincer, rear saw/drill|
|Year of Release||2001|
The pullback toy of the house robot Sergeant Bash was based on the Series 3 onwards version of its real life counterpart. It featured Sergeant Bash's signature flamethrower. This was able to rotate, and it fired a plastic "flame". This was done by inserting it into the barrel until it clicked. Pulling back the lever on top of the flamethrower would fire the "flame", which could be shot over a long distance. The pincer was also operational, with the aid of another lever above it. Unlike it's real life counterpart, the pullback had an angry face painted on the sides of the pincer, rather like the faces painted on the front of some fighter jets. The final asset in the pullback's arsenal was the rear saw. This was buckled (as it was on the real Bash from Series 3 onwards). However, this saw was removable and a drill could instead be fitted, a slight deviation from the real life counterpart.
Being one of the first phase of pullbacks, the Sergeant Bash pullback came with a part of the Pinball set. In this case three tyres and stands and points stickers to stick on them.