I was going through my 6yr old's Star Wars collection with him this weekend, and came across something that's got me puzzled. I think this may be a figure his mother found at a yard sale or something. The figure IS NOT a homemade custom figure. There are NO cut marks in the seams of the chest and the figure still has the factory plastic "weld". Anyway, my son has a Stormtrooper that is made up of a POTJ Sandtrooper head (no shoulder pauldron), chest (with slot in back for backpack), and arms; and commtech/OTC Stormtrooper torso, belt, and legs (with articulated knees). The figure is clean white, with no sand deco paint job.
At first I thought this was just a Sandtrooper that somebody cut the shoulder pauldron off. Then I noticed that he has the Stormtrooper belt and articulated knees. So what I am wanting to know is did Hasbro put a figure out like this or is this maybe a production error that somehow made it to the stores?