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G.I. Joe Accessory Guide: Accessory Attachments

This page contains accessories that attach to or complete other accessories, especially backpacks and various sorts of weapons. This includes bipods, tripods, ammo boxes and belts, detachable handles and antennas, and other small items that may be separated from their counterparts. This list is selective; some multi-part accessories are listed as one piece on their respective pages.

 

This mortar stand was released:
  • in black with Short-Fuze, the straight-arm version on the 1982 single card.
  • in black with Cobra Officer, the straight-arm version in the J.C. Penney three-pack released in 1983.
  • in black with Short-Fuse, in the 1997 Stars & Stripes Forever set.
  • in black with Short-Fuze, the 25th-style version in the 2008 Ultimate Battle Pack.
  • in light grey with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #2, released in 1984.
This machine gun bipod was released:
  • in black with Rock 'n Roll, the original version on the 1982 single card, as well as his 1983 swivel-arm release on card and later by mail, and in J.C. Penney three-packs.
  • in black with Cobra, in the J.C. Penney three-pack released in 1983.
  • in black with Rock 'n Roll, in the 1997 Stars & Stripes Forever set.
  • in grey with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #1, released in 1983.
This ammo box was released:
  • in red-brown with Roadblock, the original version on the 1984 single card.
  • in tan with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #3, released in 1985.
  • in light green with Roadblock, the Tiger Force version on the 1988 single card.
This machine gun tripod (with slight variations on the underside) was released:
  • in light green with Roadblock, the original version on the 1984 single card.
  • in dark grey with Roadblock, the Tiger Force version on the 1988 single card.
  • in black with Double Blast, in the 2001 Real American Force Collection two-pack with Crossfire.
  • in black with Heavy Duty, the grey Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1 two-pack with Cobra C.L.A.W.S., as well as his reissue in the Wave 4 two-pack with Skull Buster.
  • in black with Heavy Duty, the green Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1.35 two-pack with Cobra C.L.A.W.S.
  • in black with Roadblock, the Spy Troops version reissued with 2004 Mission Disc #2.
  • in black with Tracker Kwinn, in the 2004 Marvel #2 comic three-pack.
  • in black with Roadblock, in the 2004 Anti-Venom Strike Force six-pack.
  • in black with Roadblock, the comic version in the 2005 Marvel #24 three-pack.
  • in black with Cobra Viper, the elbow-sleeve 25th-style version in the 2008 Arctic Assault Squad seven-pack.
  • in silver with Roadblock, the vest 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 8 single card.
This missile launcher stand was released:
  • in black with Scrap-Iron, the original version on the 1984 single card.
  • in red with Cobra Gear Accessory Pack #4, released in 1986.
This backpack cover was released:
  • in grey with Firefly, the original version on the 1984 single card.
  • in white with Firefly, the white version in the 1998 Cobra Polar Force three-pack.
  • in brown and green with Firefly, the brown version in the 2000 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Undertow.
  • in black with Firefly, the Black Dragon version released in the 2003 Firefly convention two-pack.
  • in black with Firefly, the Tiger Force version released in the 2003 Firefly convention two-pack.
  • in black with Firefly, in the 2004 Strike Team: Urban Division six-pack.
  • in black with Firefly, in the 2005 Crimson Guard six-packs.
  • in black with Firefly, the comic version in the 2005 Marvel #49 three-pack.
This gas can was released:
  • in silver with Buzzer, the original version on the 1985 single card.
  • in dark grey with Dreadnok Buzzer, the red version in the 2004 Dreadnok Rampage convention set.
  • in black with Dreadnok Buzzer, the green version in the 2005 Marvel #75 comic three-pack.
This assault rifle bipod was released:
  • in black with Dusty, the original version on the 1985 single card.
  • in black with Dusty, the original version on the 1988 single card.
  • in grey with Dusty, the 25th-style version in the 2008 Arise, Serpentor, Arise! DVD pack.
This set of foam tanks was released:
  • in red-orange with Barbecue, the original version on the 1985 single card.
  • in silver with Barbecue, the original version on the 1989 single card.
These swim jets were released:
  • in black with Eel, the original version on the 1985 single card.
  • in black with Cobra Eel, the 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 11 single card.
  • in blue with Cobra Gear Accessory Pack #6, released in 1988.
This mortar stand was released:
  • in grey with Snow Serpent, the original version on the 1985 single card.
  • in brown with Cobra Gear Accessory Pack #6, released in 1988.
  • in black with Tunnel Rat, the Sonic Fighters version on the 1990 single card.
  • in light grey with Snow Serpent, the blue-buckle 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 9 single card.
  • in light grey with Snow Serpent Trooper, the silver-buckle heavy weapons version in the 2008 Arctic Assault Squad seven-pack.
  • in light grey with Snow Serpent Officer, in the 2008 Arctic Assault Squad seven-pack.
  • in light grey with Cobra Viper, the elbow-sleeve 25th-style version in the 2008 Arctic Assault Squad seven-pack.
This sniper rifle bipod was released:
  • in black with Low-Light, the original version on the 1986 single card.
  • in black with Low-Light, the Slaughter's Marauders version on the 1989 single card.
  • in black with Mirage, the clear version in the 2005 Winter Operations six-pack.
  • in brown with Battle Gear Accessory Pack #5, released in 1987.
This machine gun tripod was released:
  • in silver with Roadblock, the grey version on the 1986 single card.
  • in black with Law, the Sonic Fighters version on the 1990 single card.
This backpack-mounted microphone was released:
  • in light grey with Dial-Tone, the original version on the 1986 single card.
  • in light grey with Dial-Tone, the red-pants version in the 1986 Special Mission: Brazil five-pack.
Note: It is very difficult to remove this piece without breaking the pin on the backpack.
This assault rifle mount was released:
  • in black with Crazylegs, the original version on the 1987 single card.
  • in black with Crazylegs, the Night Force version in the 1988 two-pack with Outback.
This antenna was released:
  • in green with Falcon, the original version on the 1987 single card.
  • in black with Lieutenant Falcon, the Night Force version in the 1988 two-pack with Sneak Peek.
  • in black with Tele-Viper, the grey 25th-style version in the 2008 Arctic Assault Squad seven-pack.
  • in silver with Lieutenant Falcon, the 25th-style version in the 2008 Comic #8 two-pack with Nemesis Immortal.
This antenna was released:
  • in brown with W.O.R.M.S., with the Maggot released in 1987.
This MMU control arm was released:
  • in white (two copies) with Payload, the original version with the Defiant released in 1987.
  • in light grey (two copies) with Payload, the yellow version with the Crusader released in 1989.
This pair of sled handles was released:
  • in black with Blizzard, the original version on the 1988 single card.
This machine gun mount was released:
  • in black with Repeater, the original version on the 1988 single card.
  • in black with Repeater, the Night Force version in the 1989 two-pack with Charbroil.
This laser cannon was released:
  • in silver (two copies) with Astro-Viper, the red version on the 1988 single card.
  • in black (two copies) with Shadow Viper, in the 2001 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Zartan.
This jet pack control arm was released:
  • in silver (two copies) with Astro-Viper, the red version on the 1988 single card.
  • in silver (two copies) with Shadow Viper, in the 2001 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Zartan.
This grenade launcher chamber was released:
  • in grey with Hardball, on the 1988 single card.
  • in black with Dial-Tone, the Sonic Fighters version on the 1990 single card.
This grappling hook was released:
  • in black with Alley Viper, the original version on the 1989 single card.
  • in black with Alley Viper, the yellow version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
This suit plug was released:
  • in white (two copies) with Dee-Jay, on the 1989 single card.
  • This kayak armature was released:
    • in white with Stalker, the arctic version on the 1989 single card.
    This kayak counterweight was released:
    • in white with Stalker, the arctic version on the 1989 single card.
    This kayak machine gun was released:
    • in brown with Stalker, the arctic version on the 1989 single card.
    This sniper rifle bipod was released:
    • in black with Gnawgahyde, on the 1989 single card.
    This missile launcher handle was released:
    • in olive with Backblast, the original version on the 1989 single card.
    This mortar mount was released:
    • in black with Downtown, on the 1989 single card.
    • in gold with Viper, the Sonic Fighters version on the 1990 single card.
    This helipack control arm was released:
    This helipack gun was released:
    This missile launcher stand was released:
    • in light grey with Topside, on the 1990 single card.
    This machine gun mount was released:
    • in dark grey with Sub-Zero, the original version on the 1990 single card.
    This mortar base was released:
    • in white with Sub-Zero, the original version on the 1990 single card.
    This pair of laser cannons was released:
  • in silver with Laser-Viper, the original version on the 1990 single card.
  • in black with Cobra Laser Viper, in the 2003 Python Patrol six-pack.
  • This control arm was released:
    • in silver with Laser-Viper, the original version on the 1990 single card.
    • in black with Cobra Laser Viper, in the 2003 Python Patrol six-pack.
    This machine gun bipod was released:
    • in black with SAW-Viper, the original version on the 1990 single card.
    • in silver with Zartan, in the 2001 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Shadow Viper.
    • in dark green with Python Patrol S.A.W. Viper, in the 2003 Python Patrol six-pack.
    This grenade launcher chamber was released:
    • in black with Range-Viper, the original version on the 1990 single card.
    • in black with Rock Viper, the Range-Viper recolor in the 2000 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Maj. Bludd.
    • in black with Headman, the yellow version in the 2002 Wave 1.5 two-pack with Gen. Tomahawk.
    • in black with Daina, in the 2005 Marvel #6 comic three-pack.
    • in black with Frag-Viper, the green version in the 2006 Flaming M.O.T.H. two-pack with Night-Viper.
    • in black with Range Viper, the tan version in the 2006 Flaming M.O.T.H. two-pack with Flak-Viper.
    • in dark grey with Gung-Ho, in the 2005 Steel Brigade convention three-pack.
    This two-piece machine gun stand was released:
    • in black with Rampart, on the 1990 single card.
    This mortar cable/handle was released:
    • in light grey with Rampart, on the 1990 single card.
    This antenna was released:
    • in dark green with Stretcher, on the 1990 single card.
    • in grey with Sideswipe, in the 2002 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Sgt. Lifeline.
    • in black with Sergeant Lifeline, in the 2004 Anti-Venom Strike Force six-pack.
    • in black with Sparks, in the 2007 Tanks for the Memories convention set.
    This flying platform control arm was released:
    • in light grey with Stretcher, on the 1990 single card.
    • in light grey with Sideswipe, in the 2002 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Sgt. Lifeline.
    • in black with Sergeant Lifeline, in the 2004 Anti-Venom Strike Force six-pack.
    This flying platform windshield was released:
    • in clear with Stretcher, on the 1990 single card.
    • in clear with Sideswipe, in the 2002 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Sgt. Lifeline.
    • in black with Sergeant Lifeline, in the 2004 Anti-Venom Strike Force six-pack.
    This missile launcher pistol attachment was released:
    • in black with Altitude, on the 1990 Sky Patrol card.
    This submachine gun stock was released:
    • in red-brown with Dusty, the coyote version on the 1991 Wave 1 single card.
    • in black with Cobra Officer, the Viper recolor in the 1998 Cobra Infantry Team three-pack.
    • in black with Cobra Trooper, the Viper recolor in the 1998 Cobra Infantry Team three-pack.
    • in black with Dial Tone, the olive version in the 2000 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with General Tomahawk.
    • in black with Crossfire, in the 2001 Real American Hero Collection two-pack with Double Blast.
    • in black with Duke, the green Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1 two-pack with Cobra Commander.
    • in black with Frostbite, the black-pads Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1 two-pack with Neo-Viper.
    • in black with Duke, the yellow Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1.35 two-pack with Cobra Commander.
    • in black with Frostbite, the green Joe vs. Cobra version in the 2002 Wave 1.35 two-pack with Neo-Viper.
    • in black with General Tomahawk, in the 2002 Wave 1.5 two-pack with Headman.
    • in black with Sergeant Stalker, the bright green Joe vs. Cobra version reissued on the 2004 Wave 1 single card.
    • in black with Firefly, the Valor vs. Venom version in the 2004 Wave 3 two-pack with Sgt. Stalker.
    This machine gun bipod was released:
    • in black with Big Ben, the dark green version on the 1991 Wave 1 single card.
    • in clear with Zartan, the clear the 2003 G.I. Joe Collector's Club annual exclusive figure.
    This backpack mount was released:
    This antenna was released:
    • in black with Red Star, the original version on the 1991 Wave 1 single card.
    • in black with Colonel Brekhov, the yellow version in the 1998 Oktober Guard three-pack.
    • in black with Lieutenant Falcon, the jungle camo version in the 2003 Operation: Anaconda convention set.
    This missile launcher stand was released:
    • in orange with Grunt, the missile launcher version on the 1991 Wave 2 single card.
    This glider launcher stand was released:
    • in orange with Cobra Commander, the glider version on the 1991 Wave 2 single card.
    This drone remote control panel was released:
    • in light green with Clean-Sweep, on the 1991 Eco-Warriors card.
    This backpack propeller was released:
    • in black with Lieutenant Falcon, the Super Sonic Fighters version on the 1991 single card.
    This sonic tank cannon was released:
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    • in grey or silver with Zap, the Super Sonic Fighters version on the 1991 single card.
    • in graphite with Major Bludd, in the 2003 Python Patrol six-pack. /ul>
    This grenade launcher muzzle was released:
    • in grey or silver with Zap, the Super Sonic Fighters version on the 1991 single card.
    • in black with Scrap Iron, the comic version in the 2005 Marvel #49 three-pack.
    This sonic disruptor cannon muzzle was released:
    • in grey with Major Bludd, the Super Sonic Fighters version on the 1991 single card.
    This antenna was released:
    • in black with Psyche-Out, the Super Sonic Fighters version on the 1991 single card.
    This radar dish was released:
    • in black with Psyche-Out, the Super Sonic Fighters version on the 1991 single card.
    This radar screen was released:
    • in black with Psyche-Out, the Super Sonic Fighters version on the 1991 single card.
    This laser dish was released:
    • in blue with Psyche-Out, the Super Sonic Fighters version on the 1991 single card.
    This antenna was released:
    • in gold with General Hawk, the Battle Commanders version on the 1992 single card. /ul>
    This missile cannon seat was released:
    • in red with Duke, the missile station version on the 1992 Wave 1 single card.
    This missile launcher tripod was released:
    • in brown with Duke, the missile station version on the 1992 Wave 1 single card.
    • in white with Cutter, the D.E.F. version on the 1992 single card.
    This missile launcher shield was released:
    • in neon yellow with Law, on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
    • in red with Long Arm, the original version on the 1993 Battle Corps card.
    • in black with Guile, the green version on the 1993 Capcom Street Fighter II single card.
    This pair of surgical carry hooks was released:
    • in silver with Scalpel, in the 2003 Wave 5 two-pack with Sgt. Hacker.
    • in metallic blue with Medi-Viper, on the 2005 Direct-to-Consumer Wave 1 single card.
    This shield handle was released:
    • in brown with Burn Out, in the 2003 Wave 5 two-pack with Chief Torpedo.
    • in black with Wide Scope, in the 2003 Wave 7 two-pack with Cobra B.A.T. v3.2.
    • in dark grey with Shockblast, the green version in the 2008 S.W.A.T. convention three-pack.
    This mortar stand was released:
    • in brown with Iron Grenadier, the black Spy Troops version in the 2003 Wave 5 two-pack with Recondo.
    • in black with Short-Fuze, the comic version in the 2005 Marvel #8 comic three-pack.
    • in black with Snow Serpent Commander, in the 2007 Flaming M.O.T.H. two-pack with Ice-Viper.
    This ammo box was released:
    • in black with Roadblock, the Spy Troops version in the 2003 Wave 6 two-pack with Dreadnok Ripper.
    • in black with Roadblock, the Tiger Force version in the 2003 Wave 7.75 two-pack with Wild Bill.
    • in black with Heavy Duty, the green Spy Troops version in the 2003 Wave 8 two-pack with Heavy Water.
    • in black with Roadblock, the Walmart version in the 2004 two-pack with Cobra C.L.A.W.S.
    This minigun harness was released:
    • in black with Roadblock, the Spy Troops version in the 2003 Wave 6 two-pack with Dreadnok Ripper.
    • in black with Roadblock, the Tiger Force version in the 2003 Wave 7.75 two-pack with Wild Bill.
    • in black with Heavy Duty, the green Spy Troops version in the 2003 Wave 8 two-pack with Heavy Water.
    • in black with Roadblock, the Walmart version in the 2004 two-pack with Cobra C.L.A.W.S.
    This sniper rifle bipod was released:
    • in black with Black Out, in the 2003 Wave 6 two-pack with Flint.
    • in black with Wide Scope, in the 2003 Wave 7 two-pack with Cobra B.A.T. v3.2.
    • in black with Heavy Duty, the grey Valor vs. Venom version in the 2004 Wave 1 two-pack with Razorclaw.
    • in dark grey with Major Bludd, in the 2006 Cobra's Most Wanted: Mercenaries! convention set.
    • in dark grey with Low-Light, the green version in the 2008 S.W.A.T. convention three-pack.
    This gun sight was released:
    • in grey with Sergeant Bazooka, the yellow-vest version in the 2005 Wave 6 two-pack with Dreadnok Torch.
    This flame was released:
    • in clear red with Dreadnok Torch, the Valor vs. Venom version in the 2005 Wave 6 two-pack with Sgt. Bazooka.
    • in clear red with Dragonsky, in the 2005 Steel Brigade convention three-pack.
    This gun sight was released:
    • in grey with Tunnel Rat, the yellow Valor vs. Venom version in the 2005 Wave 6 two-pack with Razorclaw.
    This machine gun bipod was released:
    • in black with Rock 'n Roll, the comic version in the 2005 Marvel #8 comic three-pack.
    • in dark grey with CLASSIFIED, the Vietnam-era Snake Eyes in the 2006 Marvel #26 comic three-pack.
    This missile launcher handle was released:
    • in grey with Salvo, the red version on the 2005 Direct-to-Consumer Wave 2 single card.
    • in green with Checkpoint, in the 2006 Plague Troopers vs. Steel Brigade six-pack.
    This rifle bipod was released:
    • in grey with Barrel Roll, on the 2005 Direct-to-Consumer Wave 2 single card.
    This machine gun magazine was released:
    • in black with Cobra S.A.W. Viper, the removable helmet version on the 2006 Direct-to-Consumer Wave 3 single card.
    • in off-white (two copies) with the Viper Pit six-pack, released in 2006 (not assigned to a specific figure).
    This sniper rifle bipod was released:
    • in black with Low Light, on the 2006 Direct-to-Consumer Wave 3 single card.
    This minigun strap was released:
    • in black with Gallows, in the 2006 Plague Troopers vs. Steel Brigade six-pack.
    This machine gun tripod was released:
    • in green with Roadblock, the dark 25th-style version in the 2007 25th Anniversary G.I. Joe five-pack, as well as his reissue on 2007 Wave 4 single card.
    • in black with Cobra Night Watch Trooper, the medium-brown-hair version in the 2008 Cobra Night Watch five-pack.
    This machine gun tripod was released:
    • in dark grey with Rock 'n Roll, in the 2007 Tanks for the Memories convention set.
    This jet pack exhaust was released:
    • in red with Grand Slam, in the 2007 Jet Pack Troopers convention 2-pack with Starduster.
    • in red with Starduster, in the 2007 Jet Pack Troopers convention 2-pack with Grand Slam.
    This backpack cover was released:
    • in grey with Firefly, the grey 25th-style version on the 2007 Wave 3 single card.
    • in blue-grey with Firefly, the blue-grey 25th-style version in the 2008 Firefly vs. G.I. Joe Troopers five-pack.
    • in black with Firefly, the dark grey 25th-style version on the 2009 Hall of Heroes single card.
    This submachine gun stock was released:
    • in black with Firefly, the grey 25th-style version on the 2007 Wave 3 single card.
    • in black with Firefly, the Resolute version on the 2009 Wave 13 single card.
    • in blue-grey with Firefly, the blue-grey 25th-style version in the 2008 Firefly vs. G.I. Joe Troopers five-pack.
    • in green with Firefly, the dark grey 25th-style version on the 2009 Hall of Heroes single card.
    This fuel tank was released:
    • in green with Dreadnok Torch, the black 25th-style version in the 2008 Marvel #30 two-pack with Dreadnok Ripper.
    • in red with Cobra Trooper, the flamethrower version in the 2008 Desert Assault Squad seven-pack.
    • in green and black with Dreadnok Torch, the brown 25th-style version on the 2009 Wave 13 single card.
    This machine gun bipod was released:
    • in grey with Rock 'n Roll, the dark 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 6 single card.
    • in light grey with Rock 'n Roll, the light 25th-style version in the 2008 Marvel #25 comic two-pack with Deep Six.
    This arrow cartridge was released:
    • in tan (three copies) with Spirit Iron-Knife, the 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 7 single card.
    This backpack stand was released:
    • in black with Firefly, the comic 25th-style version in the 2008 Comic #4 two-pack with Storm Shadow.
    • in black with Cobra Officer, the tan version in the 2008 Desert Assault Squad seven-pack.
    • in black with Firefly, the Resolute version on the 2009 Wave 13 single card.
    • in graphite with Firefly, the dark grey 25th-style version on the 2009 Hall of Heroes single card.
    This machine gun drum was released:
    • in black with Red Star, the 25th-style version in the 2008 Comic #6 two-pack with Duke.
    This set of foam tanks was released:
    • in red with Barbecue, the 25th-style version on the 2008 Wave 9 single card.
    • in silver and black with Cobra Trooper, the Hazmat version in the 2008 Desert Assault Squad seven-pack.
    This set of wings was released:
    • in dark grey with Nemesis Immortal, in the 2008 Comic #8 two-pack with Lt. Falcon.
    This sniper rifle bipod was released:
    This sniper rifle magazine was released:
    This helipack control arm was released:
    This helipack gun was released:
    This submachine gun magazine was released:
    • in grey (two copies) with Beachhead, the bright 25th-style version in the 2008 Comic #11 two-pack with Dataframe.
    • in dark brown with Cobra Trooper, the Hazmat version in the 2008 Desert Assault Squad seven-pack.
    • in silver (two copies) with Beachhead, the dark green 25th-style version on the 2009 Hall of Heroes single card.
    This computer leg was released:
    • in grey (two copies) with Dataframe, the 25th-style version in the 2008 Comic #11 two-pack with Beachhead.
    • in blue (two copies) with Tele-Viper, the grey 25th-style version in the 2008 Arctic Assault Squad seven-pack.
    This missile launcher stand was released:
    • in black with Scrap-Iron, the blue 25th-style version in the 2008 Comic #12 two-pack with Wild Bill.
    • in black with Scrap-Iron, the grey 25th-style version in the 2008 Arctic Assault Squad seven-pack.
    This air tank was released:
    • in black with Cobra Officer, on the 2008 Direct-to-Consumer Wave 4 single card.
    This camera stand was released:
    This machine gun bipod was released:
    • in black with Tunnel Rat, the 25th-style version in the 2009 Resolute #2 comic two-pack with Storm Shadow.
    This missile launcher tripod was released:
    • in grey with Cobra Trooper, the red Resolute version in the 2009 G.I. Joe Resolute five-pack.
     

     

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