The figures are packed in a blue cardstock box like most resin manufactures. Upon opening the box, we find the resin parts in a small sealable zip-bag. No instructions are included but the box-art can be used as a guide.
The parts include: - Two bodies without arms and heads. - Two heads - Two sets of arms - One M4 carbine and a steering wheel
The passenger holds a M4 in his left hand. The M4 is really well detailed. The passenger also has a sidearm on his right side and Camelback on his, well, back. He looks like he could be holding a map (or GPS unit) in his left hand (not supplied).
The driver has all gear molded on, and is holding the steering wheel with both hands.
Quality and Detail
While the quality is near perfect, one of the figures had a small air bubble on the boot. Fortunately it is easily repairable. There are also some minor mold seam lines on the back of both figuresí legs, arms and heads, but will clean up easily. There is minimal flash; only a bit on the legs at the (aforementioned) seams. All gear is molded on the figures. All-in-all the detail is crisp.
I dry-fitted the arms and it is a really nice fit with minimal cleanup.
These are very nice figures and of a good quality with detailed castings. Given a little work they would make for some interesting conversion possibilities, as there are not many seated modern figures on the market.
I would like to thank my wallet and The Red Lancers for having this set on hand during AMPS (at less that MSRP).
Here's one of the few options for seated modern figures - in a HMMWV no less!!