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Re: Bob's Prop Shop - Videobob - Robert (Bob) Moseley

PostPosted:May 9th, 2015, 9:29 pm
by Rodimus
It seems he is still reading the thread. He sent me a nice little message on Twitter
What did he say?

Re: Bob's Prop Shop - Videobob - Robert (Bob) Moseley

PostPosted:May 10th, 2015, 3:32 am
by Zander Yurami
"I dont know where you get your information, but it is completely wrong." Something else about slandering his good name, and other bs.

Deleted it and blocked him.


My buddy gave me this info first hand after Blob offered to buy his helmet.

Re: Bob's Prop Shop - Videobob - Robert (Bob) Moseley

PostPosted:November 19th, 2015, 2:11 pm
by kurisu7885
I just saw Bob on Pawn Starts supposedly selling a Delorean to Gold and Silver. With the reputation Pawn Stars is getting I can't think of a more fitting show for him to seek publicity on.


Seriously, I looked at his shop once for a pack kit and, no, just no. What I heard was bad enough but the way he f****g acts...

Re: Bob's Prop Shop - Videobob - Robert (Bob) Moseley

PostPosted:October 30th, 2016, 9:16 pm
by abaddon5
I will throw one thing out there that Bob got correct: ThrowingChicken's kit is absolutely amazing. It's not for the novice, but I love it (it's like a model kit that needs some work depending on how you want it to be). But why did he even mention recasting? It seems to show a guilty conscience.

Re: Bob's Prop Shop - Videobob - Robert (Bob) Moseley

PostPosted:November 1st, 2016, 10:30 am
by vigothecarpathian
i almost bought one of his packs off ebay but instead ended up with buying a pack from someone else how ever met him at an event recently and he claims the pack is his build says he recognized some labels on it so there you go through various degrees of separation i bought a pack made by bob and it is a good pack very heavy looks great needs a new alice though but with the reception towards him not sure if i should keep it or not

Re: Bob's Prop Shop - Videobob - Robert (Bob) Moseley

PostPosted:November 2nd, 2016, 8:54 am
by kurisu7885
i almost bought one of his packs off ebay but instead ended up with buying a pack from someone else how ever met him at an event recently and he claims the pack is his build says he recognized some labels on it so there you go through various degrees of separation i bought a pack made by bob and it is a good pack very heavy looks great needs a new alice though but with the reception towards him not sure if i should keep it or not
I'd have some doubts that it's actually his work, he seems like the type that would claim credit for things he had nothing to do with.

All the same if you like it then by all means hold onto it if you want.

Re: Bob's Prop Shop - Videobob - Robert (Bob) Moseley

PostPosted:November 2nd, 2016, 9:22 am
by PssdffJay
Have you looked inside? I think he usually signs the inside or has a label or something.

Re: Bob's Prop Shop - Videobob - Robert (Bob) Moseley

PostPosted:March 18th, 2017, 12:08 pm
by Braz
I'm glad I read this just in time. I saw his Proton Pack on Ebay, and thought it was pretty cool. Especially having really loud sounds. I had an interest in buying it, but I was apprehensive because it was just too expensive.

Now, I'm not a craftsman like a lot of people here. I know that people who already have the skills, spend days putting together fantastic Proton Packs. So I wouldn't even try to put one together.

I know Anovos is going to start selling Proton Pack kits, but it still might be a reach for me.
Does anybody know reliable craftsmen who would be willing to sell a pack custom made?

Re: Bob's Prop Shop - Videobob - Robert (Bob) Moseley

PostPosted:July 24th, 2017, 9:01 pm
by JTysonLambert
Just thought I would add my experience with this guy. Years ago, I was looking into building or buying a pack, and while looking around, I stumbled onto this guy claiming his shell was cast from the movie molds. Sounded interesting, so I messaged him via Facebook messenger and told him I was keeping him on my list of options, and (only really being interested in the shell) if I were to buy a completed pack would I be able to "upgrade" it later myself with parts from the community if I chose to. In the mean time, I did more browsing the build section of the forum and noticed he was blacklisted, and read up on his "screen used" shell. Needless to say, I completely ruled him out as an option, and decided it would be better to just build my own anyway.

A couple of months later, I finally got a reply. A very blunt "The parts are not removable." Something I knew was untrue at that point, because I knew he was simply gluing the thing together. Even if I hadn't been turned off by the forum, I definitely would have been put off by his less than cordial attitude towards a potential customer. Which, I surmise, was based on the fact that I would even suggest buying upgrade parts from the GBF community.

On a related note, I noticed in one of his more recent videos, he insinuates ANOVOS has recast his stuff for their kit. :eyeroll:

Re: Bob's Prop Shop - Videobob - Robert (Bob) Moseley

PostPosted:August 31st, 2017, 9:37 am
by venkman71
On a related note, I noticed in one of his more recent videos, he insinuates ANOVOS has recast his stuff for their kit. :eyeroll:
Me and Vinnie Nordone, (and a few other rotating team members), built the Anovos kit and prototype. I can assure you, that "insinuation" is 100% horsesh!t.

We sourced everything from screen used measurements and scans off of the original packs from the archives.

This was a closed, tight-knit group. The end.

-V71

Re: Bob's Prop Shop - Videobob - Robert (Bob) Moseley

PostPosted:August 31st, 2017, 10:25 am
by JTysonLambert
I can assure you, that "insinuation" is 100% horsesh!t.
Oh, there was no doubt in my mind. I actually laughed out loud when he said it.

Re: Bob's Prop Shop - Videobob - Robert (Bob) Moseley

PostPosted:September 26th, 2017, 7:35 pm
by Kingpin
A fresh update on one of Bob's known accomplices, and someone believed to be one of the main production forces for Bob's shell runs, Raine Moreno. Raine is currently selling Proton Packs, and related materials on eBay under the store name "Stark's Prop Shop". As has been noted before, it is strongly recommended to avoid buying any of Raine's products.

Re: Bob's Prop Shop - Videobob - Robert (Bob) Moseley

PostPosted:September 27th, 2017, 9:53 am
by robandliv
I checked out Stark's Prop Shop facebook page and he has a proton pack for about the same price bob sales them for. Also the labels are to small.

Re: Bob's Prop Shop - Videobob - Robert (Bob) Moseley

PostPosted:September 28th, 2017, 5:12 pm
by Kingpin
Prices, the shop name and the general descriptions of the Pack shells are pretty similar to what Bob has advertised things for/as or under.

Not that further proof of their being bosom buddies was needed, but Raine's Facebook gallery reveals a Bob's Prop Shop shirt among his photographs.

Re: Bob's Prop Shop - Videobob - Robert (Bob) Moseley

PostPosted:March 15th, 2018, 4:57 am
by Urvy1A
I heard about him, I heard that he is a very sketchy guy, and not in a good way either. Frankly, I would rather buy the Spirit pack for less money than deal with him IMO, as I don't have the skills to build my own pack

Re: Bob's Prop Shop - Videobob - Robert (Bob) Moseley

PostPosted:February 7th, 2019, 8:35 am
by Gatchigirl
Wow, heard about him from another community I belong to. What a scumbag to do stuff like that. Good to read all this and have the warnings. Didn't know about some of his other shops. If they are still there that is.