Easy & Simple 26022R SAS CRW Urban Raid

Parts List:

Real like Head Sculpt
ES-Buddy 2.0 Body with Tattoos

Printed Shirt
Tactical Pants

Inner Duty Belt

Jumpable Plate Carrier
Jumpable Plate Carrier Radio Pouch Set

330D Hydration Pouch
Medium Utility Pouch
Single Frag Grenade Pouch
Gen 3 Fast Mag Pistol Pouch
Smoke Grenade Pouch
Flashbang Pouch
Roll up Dump Rouch

Molle Combat Belt

L129A2 5.56mm Assault Rifle
ACOG TA01 Scope
LA5 PEQ Indicator
M600 Tactical Light
SF Flash Hider
SF Suppressor
Angled Fore Grip
Steal Magazine
Emag Magazine
Tactical Sling

Glock17 9mm Pistol
Pistol Mag Cap
XTS RTI Holster
RTI Rotating Belt Mount

Special Purpose Backpack

FAST Ballistic Maritime Cut Helmet
NVG Shroud
L4G24 NVG Mount
AN/PVS-15 Night Vision Goggle
NVG Amber Filter
Helmet Light
NVG Counter Weight Pouch
Tactical Protective Mask

Kailash Boots
SI Pilot Gloves

PRC-152 Radio
Folding Antenna
Comtac 3 Headset with ACR Adaptor
Selex CT5 PTT

Foretrex 401 GPS
Hel-Star Strobe
M-84 Stunt Grenade
M-132A1 Smoke Grenade
M-109 Frag Granade
G Watch
Combat Knife
Light Sticks
Tactical Scissors


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Need more pics to make up my mind.
Seems like GWG is involved into all UK subjects though. At least their L129 sets were nice.

As expected they went with the coverage from the Manchester bombings.

Better look via this video:



E&S really nailed the gear and everything down on this one. I’m liking it though he seems light on the gear side. Hopefully the price will match that.

I bought loose E&S parts, and boxed weapons, until the French SOF figure, my first of their full figures. This looks like another buy, but like chpo, I want more pics.

Green Wolf Gear posted this image of King Abdullah of Jordan, with some of the lads of the SAS. There’s the face shield, among other things.

All in all, this one has got me pretty interested.


From a quick glance it looks like there are some inaccurate details.

Mesh mask wrong. (Should be Ops Core SOTR)
Holster is wrong. (Looks like a BHI in ref not the 7TS ALS reused from the PMC Viking figure)
Pants seem wrong. (Looking at the ref I believe they should be Fjallraven Kebs)

Other downsides are a single elbow joint muscle arm and the reused boots/hands. Feels like this one has been made with a second figure in mind and mindful of on hand parts. L119A2 looks really good with the reproduced monolithic upper.

Wonder if there is any detail on the jammer given there are no photos of the pack opened?


This is what I enjoy about ArmedFigures, and your input in particular, Adam. After reading your reply, I did some looking around. I found a fair-sized pic of the operator in Manchester, that clearly shows the silhouette of a respirator - something I had missed before.

I searched “cell phone/bomb jammers”, and got a lot of less-than-detailed image hits that appeared dimensionally similar to the pack the figure and the real fellow are toting. An outfit called The Signal Jammer custom builds jammer backpacks, and it looks like antennae configurations vary. https://www.thesignaljammer.com/

The (USA Today-like) graphic that someone did, and which was shared by a number of news outlets, described the weapon, variously, as a heavily modified Colt Commando, or similar to a Colt Commando. While I think that’s fair enough, short of tracking down knowledgeable individuals or studying references, two different posters described it as a “…single shot weapon popular with US forces.”

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Yeah, I don’t know how I feel about this figure now. I love the L119A2 but the rest to me is kinda “meh” to me.

That’ll be the Daily Mail at work again. Unfortunately a lot of what they post in this realm is not checked for accuracy and is rife with errors.

It looks like Easy Simple adjusted the price slightly lower than usual to reflect the lighter loadout. The MSRP on the figure is $145.

Here are some photos of what would have been the correct items.

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Yeah, that’s a pity, E&S seems to have tried to get particulars right, the regular trousers and face mask may have been concessions to keeping the price down. I’m guessing the details on those two items would have meant a lot of work, and therefore, cost.

I’m sure that is definitely part of it. They are nimble and quick relative to other brands but that entails some compromises. The mesh mask in particular is probably just to share a piece across two figures. It would not surprise me in the least if an exclusive gets announced shortly given this one carries the “R” at the end implying an “S” exclusive is possible. The reference photo with the King of Jordan would be a relatively cheap figure to put out given 90% of the work is done.

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Green Wolf Gear put this “Exclusive” Assaulter pic on FB.

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Hmm, I think I like the exclusive better.

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That’s what I was about to type.


Well that confirms why they opted for the inaccuracy in the regular edition. It’s an oddball piece to replicate as well given they primarily use them for persec reasons but on the other hand it is true to the pictures from Jordan.

The rifle from the regular edition and the uniform from the special edition will be what most want.

@AdamC Is this the first Colt Canada in 1/6? Just realized the wording on the upper receiver under the rail when looking at a larger image of the L129A2. Somehow I am confused though. Isn’t that actually a British rifle?

Either that or the L119A1 that ES did which is was made by Diemaco, the company which became Colt Canada.

Diemaco/Colt Canada produces for a number of countries, UK, Scandinavia, etc

Are these parts actually available in 1/6? I wouldn’t care too much for the pants and holster, the the mask is bothering me most.

The Ops Core piece hasn’t. It’s a very specific thing that I wouldn’t see anyone making. The holster looks like a Blackhawk Serpa. Hard to tell which specific model as the ref pics aren’t the best. The KSM figure has a similar Blackhawk holster.