Sig Saur M17
First I will look at the Sig M17. This is the latest pistol the US military recently acquired to replace the Barretta M9. The set is exquisitely printed and has minute details. You get 6 pistols; 3 with slide pulled back exposing the tiny barrel, and 3 with the slide forward, and 8 spare magazines.
Next up is the M16A1. It comes with 6 rifles; 3 with 20 round magazines inserted, and 3 without the magazine. They are finely printed with details such as the front sight open and small holes on top of and under the front handgrips open, even the magazine well is open on the 3 w/out magazines. Very nice. You also get a bunch of spare 20 round magazines, which have the rounds printed on the open end as well.
Top and bottom of handguards details.
Next up is the M16A4 set. You get 6 weapons and a bunch of spare 30 rd magazines. This one is also very nicely printed and each has an ACOG sight, laser dot sight, Surefire light, and forward pistol grip.
Top and bottom details.
I also received two types of M4 Carbine; each set of 6 weapons and a bunch of 30 rd magazines. One set comes with ACOG sight, laser sight, and forward pistol grip. The other set has an Aimpoint CCO sight, laser sight, and M203 grenade launcher. Again, they are printed perfectly and look awesome.
M4s; v2 left, v1 right
Lastly, I received two sets of Mk18 rifle. They both include 6 rifles each and a bunch of spare 30rd magazines. The first is a Mk18 Mod 0 which still has the forward metal skeleton sight. I It also has an EOTech sight, laser sight, Surefire light, and forward pistol grip. The second set is a Mk18 Mod1 which eliminates the forward metal sight. It also includes an different EOTech sight, different laser sight, different Surefire light, and mounts the forward pistol grip.
Mk18 Mod 0
Mk18 Mod 1
Mk18: Mod 0 left, Mod 1 right
Mike's weapons are awesome. The detail is amazing and the printing is perfect. I can find nothing wrong with these at all. I highly recommend them.