Bioshock George Washington ‘Motorized Patriot’ action figure (VIDEO)

The Bioshock George Washington “Motorized Patriot” action figure has 20 points of articulation and seven articles of awesome.

The Bioshock series is a quirky, entertaining first-person-shooter that is loaded with Easter eggs, like the George Washington “Motorized Patriot.” This action figure comes with an interchangeable head, pepper mill Gatling gun, and two fabric flags of Columbia, Think Geek reports.

At $29.99, the 9-inch-tall George Washington Patriot provides a healthy exchange rate of hours-of-fun compared to price-per-hour.

And remember, the Lord judges, but the Patriot acts.

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The George Washington Patriot has 20 points of articulation.

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Beneath the “porcelain” doll face lies a slew of mechanical gears.

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Swap the heads out for extra fun.

[ Think Geek ]

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