Today, I’ll be reviewing the lego bootlegs of third-party lego weapons. These three sets are part of the “falcon commandos” theme, and are called (from left to right): Artillery, correspondent, and sniper. Each of these costs 10 rmb, which is a total of 30 rmb or 4.46 usd. Let’s get into the review.
This guy is actually really unexpectedly high quality. The parts included have great printing(including back-of-leg printing, arm printing, and side-of leg printing) and all the third-party parts are quite well-molded. It even includes a pistol with a holster on the belt. They are even made of a nice, shiny plastic that reminds me of real Lego bricks. However, the parts come like this:
This makes the legs have horribly weak friction, and the arms are a bit stiff.
Oddly enough, the weapons come on a sprue.
They are great quality.
I quite like the little vignette here. It fits with the warzone look.
NOTE: This guy has a minigun. It has multiple parts, and unfortunately, its ammo chain has no bending capability. Other than that, he’s very nice.
I guess this little area is his radar station with a computer? It’s a bit awkward.
His hat is stupid, and his face printing is probably the worst of the bunch. However, he has great guns.
WARNING: The scope on this gun broke when I was taking it off of the sprue. Be careful!
Also, this little shooting blind is pretty cool, despite the spider for no reason.
All in all, these guys are definitely worth the money. Even if you’re only buying it for the guns, it’s worth it.
Next time, I’ll be reviewing the “rebel” minifigures from the same theme.
Comments and criticism is welcome!