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|Expected release date is 30th Jun 2016|
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LIFE LIKE HEADSCULPTURE
TWO(2) PAIR OF HANDS
BLACK LEATHER JACKET
BLACK LEATHER PANTS
BLACK LEATHER BELT
TACTICAL BODY VEST
SAWED OFF SHOTGUN
SKS RIFLE AND SIGHT
M9 PISTOL MAG
UZI MAG x2
AK47 MAG X2
SHOTGUN SHELL x4
GRENADE x 3
7.62MM LINKED AMMO (METAL)
MP5 MAG x2
DROP LEG PISTOL HOLSTER
MEDICAL AID BOX
STOCK CHEEK REST CARTRIDGE STOCK AMMO POUCH
Posted by Unknown on 26th Dec 2016
Just like the title says, the figure is really great. The detail, likeness, paint and accessories....all on point.
Issues come from the fact that it come with no production pics or instructions, so placing items on the figure is a bit of a pain. Biggest fault I do see in the fig is that the factory put on his leg brace upside down. So, with all the tiny belts and buckles, this makes swapping the base out to make it right a chore.
Posted by Mark Groves on 26th Dec 2016
*Note: I'm a total amateur collector, so take that grain of salt when reading.*
It took 6 months past their target dispersal date, but it was worth the wait. Wasteland Ranger is a gorgeous..uh..."homage" to Mad Max: Fury Road. The headsculpt is awesome, and the detailing for the figure- clothing, accessories, bandaged hand- are killer. Yes, it could have more weathering a la the movie, but I'm totally ok with what weathering they did to it.
My version came with no instructions at all about how to put it together. That was a less-than-great discovery for an amateur. And that holster- what a joke that is. You can get it on the weird pad-thing, but you can't secure it. Any good tug can remove it- and getting the two little straps through the tight little thingies where the straps don't connect to anything else blah blah. The wrist pegs on mine are a little loose, and ergo the hands are very easy to remove. I haven't put the face-cage on him, as I've seen videos on youtube that show where paint got rubbed while trying to get it on/off. If I want to do that, I'll buy a Kumik head off ebay. Lastly, the leg brace was installed upside down. Had to take that off and reverse it. A small pain, but kind of surprising that the factory would do that.
Love the figure, and love having it on my shelf. Win. :)