Ok my submission-
Maybe not 'Elite' to many, but they do a damn hard job and are a cut above the average citizen (I've seen The Walking Dead and Hot Fuzz) so it must be true....Generic 'Cops'. US style police in mixed poses. Suitable as 'Cops' Security forces or State Troopers.
I wanted to go with Uber Tough Future SWaTs but I'd love some plastic flatfoots....but it's ok if disqualified, just want WGF to get a hint...
Torsos (no heads) Uniform should consist of Regulation shirt with badge/shield on left breast, flapped breast pockets. No arms on torso's.
Trousers (with nice sharp crease to front and back) belt with pouches for cuffs and ammo and shoes.
1 x Pose with legs 'at ease'. Feet 90 degrees to one another.
1 x kneeling pose
1 x running pose
1 x left foot forward as if firing pose
1 x female torso standing
1 x female torso kneeling
All open handed.
Arms. Left and right with sleeves rolled up on 4 pairs
Left and right with rolled down shirt sleeves 4 pairs
Left and right with rolled down sleeves to carry scatter guns/rifles 4 pairs.
Left and right arms extended/slightly bent at elbows 2 pairs
Accessories all suitable for open hands
Revolvers x 3
Pistols (Sigs or Brownings/Colts etc) x 4
Pump action shot guns (non-military with full stock) x 4
Assault rifles x 2 (M16/Colt Assault Rifle style)
Generic Bolt Action 'Scoped Rifle' x 1
Batons and shields x 2 (each)
Walkie Talkies/Modern style radios x 6
Extra pouches (mixed generic) x 6
Holsters x 6
Grenade launchers x 2
Battering Ram x 1
4 x male with flat cap (with corners not rounded)
2 x female as above
2 x male no hats
2 x female no hats (hair in bun and ponytail)
4 x male with rounded caps
2 x female with rounded caps
1 x male with 'Smokey Bear Hat'
1 x female with 'Smokey Bear Hat'
Helmeted with visor or gas mask x 6
Plain Bases x 6
Quite generic from the 30's to present day in some areas I know, but lots of uses. From Gangster and Pulp, to Horror and Z games with lots of 1950's 'Weird Diner' games in-between.
I'd buy 'em!
Well at least 2-3 boxes depending on how many were in each set