- S2.5 Body
- Bare Hand (1 Pair)
- Bare Feet (1 Pair)
- ASU Combat Shirt (Navy Blue)
- ASU Combat Pants (Navy Blue)
- ASU T-shirt (BLK)
- Oakley SI Assault Gloves (1 Pair) (BLK)
- Danner Tactical Boots
- MICH 2001 Helmet (Shell)
- Team Wendy CAM FIT Retention System
- Oakley Industrial M Frame 2.0 (Smoke Lens)
- Bollé Tactical X800 Goggles
Vest and Pouches
- 5.11 Tactical TacTec Plate Carrier
- TAD MOLLE Admin Pouch
- 5.11 Tactical 6.6 MOLLE Medic Pouch
- 5.11 Tactical Large Drop Pouch
- 5.11 Tactical 6.6 MOLLE Padded Pouch x2
- 5.11 Tactical MOLLE Water Bottle Holder
- Tactical Belt
- Tactical Belt Loop x4
- Belt Loop Link
- ASU Gas Mask Pouch
- Hand Cuffs Pouch
- Radio Pouch
- 5.11 Tactical C5 Case - L (Phone/PDA)
- M4 Drop Leg Double Mag Pouch (2017 ver.)
- G-17 9mm Double Mag Pouch (2017 ver.)
- OC Spray Holster (short ver.)
- ASU ID Card and Card Chain
- Ball Pen (RED/YELLOW) x2
- Tactical Shield (Metal Plate )
- Tactical Shield Cover
- Hand Cuffs (metal)
- Cable Tie x2
- Omega Pacific Standard Screw-Lok D NFPA Carabiner
- Casio G-Shock DW-6900
- Apple iPhone 6
- MOTOROLA MTS 2000 Radio
- MOTOROLA BDN6708B Original Ear Mic w/ Bone Conduction and PTT Switch
- Colt M4A1 14.5”
- NATO STANAG Mag 5.56×45mm (30rd) x3+1
- EOTech 552 Holograhic Weapon Sight
- MATECH Rear BUIS
- SureFire M961 Weapon Light
- SureFire DS07 Tactical Flashlight Remote Switch
- TangoDown Vertical Fore Grip (Surefire) BGV-MK46
- KAC Rail Cover x2
- 2 Point Tactical Rifle Sling
- Glock Mag 9×19mm (17rd) x2+1
- Streamlight M-3 Tactical Illuminator
- Pistol Safety Lanyard
- SAFARILAND 6004 SLS Tactical Holster
- SABRE Defense 0.33% MC 1.8 oz Foam (MK-3) (short ver.)
- Expandable Baton (Metal)
- Rotated Baton Holster
- HKSAR Police Force (Tactical Vest)
- HKSAR Police Force (Tactical Shield)
- HKSAR Flag x2
- A+ Blood Patch x2
- Call Sign
- ASU Logo
- ASU Figure Stand
Out of the box
I couldn’t find anything about the headsculpt likeness
Fortunately, they provided a hole in the ear. Doing this myself for their two older FBIs was annoying. This hole here is tight, but fits the earphone properly. Push it in carefully though. Glueing the pin back to the earphone will usually be too weak to push it in.
Quite like the head sculpt, just too bad resolution
If I am not mistaken, the veins and wrinkles are a new deatil to the back of the hands and fingers. These also seem bendable.
The torso was packed in plastic. Hopefully, not due to paint stains.
I didn’t take a look at the newer 2.5 SS bodies so far, but they have a different more life like look now.
The unit T and the logo
The Combat clothes
Zipper is functional and has kind of a small cloth cover
The sleeve with two fake pockets. Adjustable at the wrists via velcro.
Integrated elbow padding
Additional cords to tighten the pants. Didn’t check if they are actually working. Also no underwear provided. The seem to have stopped that after their SDUs.
Pockets at the pants
These cords are non-functional
The SWAT logo on the sole is fake and I couldn’t find out the specific model.
Figure stand, which was very hard to assemble and required a lot of force.
Eyewear and goggles
First, but not last quality issue with this boxed figure.
Glue stain on the goggles.
The new MICH doesn’t require these padding stickers anymore
Second problem is that the strap won’t close, because it’s too short. Searching ebay shows this happened to all helmets.
So I cut this seam which released like 1/4 an inch of strap…
…and had to pull the other three straps to gain slightly more.
Now it fits
Third problem is another glue stain
This velcro thing is connected to a wire, which should be the quick release
Plate can’t be removed
Three velcros need to be opened to remove the front part of the vest
The inside padding
Fake zipper and cord
The MOLLE system is attached at the wrong angle
I somehow worked a way around. Cutting them off and sewing back in the proper position would have been a pain. This happened to every figure, after searching this part on ebay.
Water bottle pouch
I added a Hot Toys Nalgene bottle to fill the pouch
Two utility pouches. One for the belt (no MOLLE), one for the vest (MOLLE)
This cord actually works. Good work here.
You can fold it even smaller, but the velcro hooks are not too strong so it might pop open again.
The completed vest
Be careful with these small black buttons. They fall off easily and are hard to be found
Gas mask pouch
Side pocket provided on both sides
I added a SS SDU gas mask to this set
Cord is also functional here
Small pocket on the back
Belt loop link for the cable ties
Cell phone pouch
Pepper spray pouch
Utility pouch without MOLLE
Safariland holsters from SS are a double edged sword. You need to be very careful with the pins and the amount of pressure you apply when assembling it. I broke some of them already. However, when assembled, they fit the pistol perfectly.
DAM’s holster need ususally a lot of filing work inside, otherwise the pistol gets jammed , the attachment gets stuck or pistol gets scratched.
Drop leg panel with M4 mag pouch
Pistol mag pouch
Fifth and sixth problem
Mag pouch won’t close. Probably made for Glock-19 mags
Also it can’t be really pushed onto the drop leg panel straps, due to the extra seam in the middle
Fixed by removing the seam
The velcro was a bit harder
I removed the old hooks, which were very weak and replaced them by better ones.
For the counterpart I used sth lusher so the velcro hooks can cling to it properly. I also glued them on a bit overlapping to have a better grip.
The completed belt
Although advertized, the both HK flags and the round ASU patch came without velcro hooks. On ebay they are all lacking this apparently
Needed to apply some myself
Tactical shield. You can pose the figure with it despite of the weight thanks to the stand
Inner plate (mix of metal and foam) can’t be reomved easily. My guess is you needed to remove the handle and then it would be possible.
Added SS gas mask
Hot Toys Nalgene bottle
iPhone 6 is very detailed and the best I have seen in 1/6 personally. Just the color choice is a bit odd or girly
Eighth problem is a broken clip at the yellow pen. Very fragile now
Radio. Antenna can be detached
PTT and ear piece
Baton feels metal like and has a certain weight.
It’s very loose and extends by itself when tilted downwards.
I inserted it the other way round later so it doesn’t extend inside the holder when rotated
I reviewed a lot of G-17s already with the GTL-22, so here only the M3 highlighted.
M3 Tactical Illuminator
STREAMLIGHT They forgot an A here
Slights on like a dream and remains there
Insert the SureFire switch
Very tight and not flimsy at all
The completed rifle looks quite “modest” but I like the clean look
SAVE should have been SAFE
I strongly believe, that the sling mount can be detached, but you needed to force it, so I didn’t
I noticed the solid buffer tube. Now the spring is inserted into the upper first, before assembling. This actually makes it easier, than the other way.
Bottom line this reminds me a lot on the DAM San Diego review. A lot of issues, but still nice. This review wasn’t that long due to a lot of well known and often used parts, especially on the weapons. I need to stress though that this ASU is very well put together and still offers quite some new parts.
Most of my aquired figures lately look better out of the box than the preview pictures.