In order to get the plastic components from the sprue, you will need a pair of sprue cutters to cut each component from its sprue gate. When removing components from a sprue, cut the smallest parts of the component from the sprue first- for instance, this might be the part adjoining a delicate hand, head, or weapon part. This method puts less pressure on parts more liable to break. RedgrassGames cutters easily cut through sprues and put as little pressure on the plastic as possible and ensure removing the plastic components from their sprues is easy.
This also means that your figures are in no danger of being damaged during the removal process. The sharp tip on RedgrassGames’ Precision Nippers ensures that you are able to accurately and closely cut each component from the sprue. Such an accurate cut means you are less likely to damage your figures – or yourself- during the assembly stage. Each cut also leaves as little plastic attached to each figure as possible. This minimises the time you will then have to spend tidying up your scale models during the second-half of the assembly stage.