released by Toys City featuring the head sculpt of what many are calling Matthew Fox from Lost. However, it kind of resemble Sam Worthington (Jake Sully) of Avartar. Anyway, let's move on to take a look at this amazing set.
The packaging is the kind which you do not want to simply discard immediately as some thought has been put in such as box sleeve and removable trays and rooms to store the figure semi-kitted.
Figure out of the box and the woodland BDU brings back memories of days during my national service. The boots are moulded so do not expect too much of an ankle movement here.
Putting all following on was quite a task
After hours of struggling, the result is more than satisfying.
The rest of the kit includes
My favorite bit of this kit is the fully functional (except the firing) M72 LAW (Light Anti-armor Weapon).
This is an excellent set with a generous load of accessories. However, I may have hit the peak for this genre of collection as I feel it is taking too much of my time. I have a few pre-orders of 1:6 scale military men and perhaps if nothing fancy comes along, I may call it quits for after those.