[12 Pack] Special Forces Army Combat SWAT Soldier Action Figures with Military Weapons and Accessories (4-Inches)

The ultimate battle mega pack. Set of 12 Different Special Forces Combat Soldier Action Figures. Launch tactical missions into enemy territory and defend your position. Detailed Plastic Figures with Movable Joints and Different Poses. Weapons and Accessories included. 1/18 Scale Toy Figures – Each Measures Approx. 4″ Tall. Suitable for children over 3 years old

Product Features

  • Set of 12 Different Special Forces Combat Soldier Action Figures
  • Detailed Plastic Figures with Movable Joints and Different Poses
  • Unique Weapons and Accessories included with Each Soldier
  • 1/18 Scale Toy Figures – Each Measures Approx. 4″ Tall
  • Suitable for children over 3 years old

Tipmant Mini Military Remote Control Aircraft Carrier Model RC Boat Ship Speedboat Yacht Electric Water Toy – Silver (2.4 G, Antenna Not Required)

Product Name: Remote Control Aircraft Carrier
Model Number: Ti-3319
Color: Silver
Remote Control Function: Go Forward/Backward, Turn Left/Right
Switch: Auto Turn On/Off (Water Detection)
Remote Control Frequency: 2.4 G
Charging Time: 10 – 12 Minutes
Working Time: About 8 Minutes (Fully Charged)
Remote Control Distance: 10 – 15 Meters
Item Battery: 2.4 V / 100 mAh Lithium Battery (Included)
Contorller Battery: 4 x AA Battery (Not Included)
Certificates: EN71/ 7P/ HR4040/ EN60825/ EN62115/ RTTE/ ROHS
Aircraft Carrier Size: 15.5 x 5.3 x 5.7 cm
Aircraft Carrier Weight: 57 g
Package Size: 17 x 8.5 x 7.5 cm
Package Weight: 221 g

Package Included:
1 x Remote Control Aircraft Carrier
1 x Remote Controller
1 x English Manual

Product Features

  • High Simulation Aircraft Carrier Design, Great Water Toy for Kids.
  • Remote Control Function: Go Forward, Go Backward, Turn Right, Turn Left
  • Water Detection: When You Put It into Water, It will Turn On; When It Leaves Water, It will Turn Off Automatically.
  • Remote Control Distance: 10-15 M, Charging Time: 10-12 Min, Working Time: About 8 Min
  • Aircraft Carrier Comes with Built-in Battery which Can Be Charged by the Controller. Controller Battery: 4 x AA Battery (Not Included)

German Bismarck Military Battleship 1/360 RC 28″ Warship R/C Cruiser

Military Battleship 1/360 RC 28″ Warship R/C Cruiser HT-3827

– Full function remote control warship (Forward, Backward, Right/Left turn)

– Detail exterior

– Glossy exterior paint

– Dual propellers

– High quality, high performance

– Scale: 1/360

– Speed: 5-10 mph

– Operating range: 120 feet

– Dimension: 28″(L) x 3″(W) x 7″(H)

Product Features

  • Full Function Radio Control Warship (forward, left and right turning)
  • Glossy exterior paint, Detail exterior
  • Factory pre-assembled ready to run, RTR
  • Perfect for pools, small ponds, rivers and lakes
  • Color may vary

Hot Toys 1st Avenger Captain America rides 1:6 WLA 45 Harley Davidson Military Motorcycle

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Having posted pictures of 1:6 scale Captain Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) in his WWII U.S. Army military uniform (with the fictional insignia made just for the movies) in my earlier action figure review of the POP TOYS Style Series X19 1/6th scale WWII Captain military uniform suit A on my toy blog HERE, here’s a post of Captain Steve Rogers in his other WWII uniform, that of the star spangled red-white-and-blue outfit of Captain America, the superhero created by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby for Timely Comics, a predecessor of Marvel Comics.

This is the Hot Toys Movie Masterpiece Series MMS156 1/6th scale Captain America: The First Avenger 12-inch Collectible Figure (reviewed HERE, HERE and HERE). This was the first Captain America figure ever released by Hot Toys and it was back in 2011. Many Captain Americas have since been produced and released, with the most recent being Cap from the 2015 “Avengers: Age of Ultron” film (posted HERE, HERE and HERE).

It’s nice to see how the Captain America costume has evolved in the films and it’s even nicer to be able to own some of these costumes in 1:6 scale, especially when Hot Toys has paid so much attention to the details so that fabrics and materials used stay closely to the film version and be as movie-accurate as possible. That is what I really appreciate about this 1:6 scale hobby where the uniforms / outfits / costumes are produced and replicated in such fine detail that even the fabric and materials used can be as close to the actual 1:1 product as much as possible. You just can’t get that with the smaller sized plastic moulded action figures. Hot Toys 12-inch First Avenger Captain America (WWII Captain America) collectible figure didn’t come with the 1:6 scale WWII U.S. Army motorcycle he is seen riding in the film. So I decided to put Cap on a Hasbro produced G.I. Joe U.S. Army WLA 45 Harley Davidson Military Motorcycle released in 1998.

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It’s too bad Hasbro has stopped producing 1/6th scale G.I. Joe vehicles. They had nice details and were most affordable – check out more pictures of this Hasbro G.I. Joe U.S. Army WLA 45 Harley Davidson Military Motorcycle posted HERE. Hasbro also released a 1:6 scale Metropolitan Police Harley Electra-Glide motorcycle (pictures HERE) as well as the WWII Willys Jeep (reviewed on my toy blog HERE and HERE).
Unfortunately, Hot Toys 1:6 scale Captain America’s shield suffers from the flaking paint issue 🙁 but we’ll just call it “battle-damaged”

Related posts:
January 22, 2013 – Hot Toys “The Avengers” 1/6 scale Captain America 12-inch Limited Edition Collectible Figure posted on my toy blog HERE, HERE and HERE
January 31, 2013 – Kitbash 1/6th scale Chris Evans as Steve Rogers in U.S. Army Winter Officer’s Service Uniform (pictures HERE)
January 20, 2015 – Review of Hot Toys MMS242 “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” 1/6th scale Captain America (Stealth S.T.R.I.K.E. Suit) 12-inch Collectible Figure posted HERE and HERE
June 28, 2015 – Hot Toys “Avengers: Age of Ultron” 1/6th Captain America 12-inch Collectible Figure reviewed HERE, HERE and HERE.

Bikes in my collection:
Batman rides Batpod, Kitbash Bruce Wayne Biker, GSG 9 “Ulrich” on bike, Metropolitan Police Officer riding his Harley Electra-Glide, California Highway Patrol (CHP) officer riding his Harley-Davidson FLH1200, Operation Desert Storm SAS Scud Hunter, Action Man Super Bike, Action Man Bike, World War II Indian Military Motorcycle, World War II Harley-Davidson WLA 45 Military Motorcycle, Kamen Rider the First with Cyclone, Star Wars Speeder Bike with Scout Trooper, Darth Maul’s Sith Speeder, Kamen Rider V3 on Hurricane, Kamen Rider 1 and Cyclone, Akira’s Kaneda’s futuristic bike, Light Cycles from “Tron” the movie and Ghost Rider on his Flame Cycle.

Military kit through the ages: from the Battle of Hastings in 1066 to Helmand Province in 2014

From the crude weaponry and armour of the Battle of Hastings, to the high-tech kit of modern conflict, a new photographic survey explores the personal equipment carried by the common British soldier through the past 1,000 years.

Tom Atkinson’s photos of everything a British soldier carried in the field from the 11th century (the Battle of Hastings was in 1066) right up to today. Not only are they curiously beautiful to look at, Atkinson posses the remarkable talent of being able to lay things out on the floor in an extremely pleasing way, but the objects capture how technology has changed our lives throughout the centuries. (all photos credit to Tom Atkinson. What an amazing job!)

“Soldiers ’ Inventories” the name of the project, starts with the Battle of Hastings in 1066 and chronicles infantry equipment in 12 battles throughout history, from the battle of Waterloo to the war in Afghanistan. The British empire was built on military campaigns and the evolution of its warfare was vital to its success in establishing a territory that once covered almost a quarter of the planet, the largest empire in history.

Picture shown above is of Huscarl, Battle of Hastings, 1066. Next up is Mounted Knight, Siege of Jerusalem, 1244. Scroll down to see the pictures. Click on them for bigger and better views.

Picture below: Fighting Archer, Battle of Agincourt, 1415

Yorkist Man at Arms, Battle of Bosworth, 1485
Trained Band Caliverman, Tilbury, 1588
Private Sentinel, Battle of Malplaquet, 1709
Private Soldier, Battle of Waterloo, 1815
Private Soldier, Rifle Brigade, Battle of the Alma, 1854

Sergeant, Battle of the Somme, 1916

Lance Corporal, Parachute Brigade, Battle of Arnhem, 1944

Royal Marine Commando, Falklands Conflict, 1982

Close Support Sapper, Royal Engineers, Helmand Province, 2014

For the detailed inventory (item by item), check out the post HERE at The Telegraph

Related posts:
October 27, 2012 – An army girl’s life in Afghanistan – The Real Deal posted HERE
September 16, 2008 – Royal Treatment posted HERE
August 15, 2008 – The Royals are coming – Yay! featured on my toy blog HERE

Reblogged 3 years ago from toyhaven.blogspot.com

Preview DAM Toys 1/6 scale Russian Airborne Troops or "VDV in Crimea" 12-inch military figure

The Russian Airborne Troops or VDV (from “Vozdushno-desantnye voyska”, Russian: Воздушно-десантные войска, ВДВ; Air-landing Forces) is a military branch of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. They are an elite force, on par with the Strategic Rocket Forces and the Russian Space Forces. First formed before World War II, the force undertook two significant airborne operations and a number of smaller jumps during the war and for many years after 1945 was the largest airborne force in the world. The force was split after the dissolution of the Soviet Union, losing divisions to Belarus and Ukraine, and has been reduced in size.

1/6 scale Russian troops have been appearing on the 12-inch figure market of late. This is the third Russian military figure to be released by Dam Toys so far, after the DAM toys 1/6 scale Spetsnaz FSB Alpha Group 12-inch Special Operations figure (previewed HERE) and the Dam Toys 1/6 scale Spetsnaz FSB Vympel 12-inch Special Forces Figure (previewed HERE). There was also the Very Cool Toys 1/6 scale Soviet Red Army Female Soldier 12-inch figure (pictures HERE) and most recently KGB Hobby 1/6 scale Russian Special Forces Outfit Sets KGB-001A & KGB-001B (posted HERE) and the Toys City 1/6 scale WWII Red Army Scout outfit / uniform Set (TC#68003) for 12-inch figures (link HERE).

DAM Toys 78019 1/6 scale Russian Airborne Troops or “VDV” in Crimea 12-inch military figure parts list: 1/6 scale head sculpt, Dam 12-inch action figure body 2.0, tactical glove palms x 3, goggles, goggles cover (black), 6B28 helmet and cover (digital flora), mask (black), sailor shirt, winter suit jacket (digital flora), BDU pants (digital flora), belt (OD), leather belt, paratrooper boots, 6B23 armor vest, 6SH112 MOLLE tactical vest (digital flora), single mag pouch x 2 (digital flora), single mag pouch with one rop x2 (digital flora), GP pouch x3 (digital flora), universal pouch x 2 (flora), buttpack (digital flora), VX radio pouch (digital flora), 1-quart canteen cover (digital flora), 1-quart military canteen, VX radio, AK-74M assault rifle, AK-74M mag 6+1, AK-74M hider, AK-74M sling, AK-74 bayonet, AK-74 scabbard, kneepad (OD), elbow pad (OD), D hanging buckle (green), military binoculars, military rain cape

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The DAM Toys Item No. 78019 Russian Airborne Troops or “VDV in Crimea” 12-inch military figure 1/6 scale head sculpt is supposed to resemble Josh Brolin from “Oldboy”, with the distinctive scar. This wouldn’t be the first head sculpt with Josh Brolin’s likeness to be released. Dragon Models Limited (DML) released a MIB3 (Men in Black 3) Josh Brolin as Agent K 12-inch Figure in 2012 (see the pictures HERE and HERE) and there’s also the BBK 003 1/6th scale Cowboy OR Josh Brolin as Jonah Hex 12-inch Wild West figure – reviewed HERE and HERE
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