A week or so ago I reviewed Weapon Set A from Mark 2 Toys, a new small creator of 1/12scale accessories from which contributed weapons sculpting to Valaverse's Action Force line. Those figures have some fantastic weaponry and now Mark 2 Designs is selling some of their own sculpts in very affordable packs. Today I'm looking at Weapon Set B, another pack of eight solid plastic 1/12th scaled accessories that work with a variety of toylines such as Action Force, Marvel Legends, G.I. Joe: Classified Series, and other 6-7 inch scaled figures in need of some additional firepower. It seems like Mark 2 Toys (my packages say Mark 2 Design but I think they might have changed the name) has plans to offer more goodies in the future. This set has some very cool sculpts that can definitely complement a number of figures you may already have in your collection, so let's check it out after the break...
Accessories: 3 SMGs, 4 rifles, and 1 shotgun
Non-Scalper Price: $13 dollars
* First up is an AK-74M, an upgraded of the AK-74 first produced in 1991. It's still the standard weapon of the Russian military, so expect a lot of your enemy figures to be wielding these. Or if you have any Ukranian freedom fighters, they can "liberate" these from any Russians who no longer need them. This is seriously nice sculpt, though. I'm really interested to see some of these weapons released painted in the future to really show off the detail.
* Some of the weapons in these sets are a bit slimmer and work really nicely with female figures.
* If you recognize this gun as the weapon the vintage Beach Head figure came equipped with, you'd be right! His packaging called it a 9mm XF-7 Wasp submachine gun, which is pretty close to the real name: A Demro XF-7 Wasp. I've never hear of the real gun before so it was cool to see it here. It makes a great supplement to the Classifie dSeries Beach head figure, too.
* The set concludes by giving us two M16A1 rifles. The first has a bayonet attached.
* And the second doesn't. It's just a standard M16A1 rifle.
I've also reviewed Weapon Set A from Mark 2 Toys.