Back to Todd McFarlane figures again.
This time round its one of Josh figure. Not quite sure whether is he spec ops or navy seals but as we can see here, he is obviously setting up a claymore mine.
In my opinion, perhaps he is setting up a defensive perimeter around the area he is in.
One thing that really remains iconic in my mind about using claymore is none other than during Call of Duty: Modern Warfare in which during the "Ghillie Up" mission where you had to help Captain MacMillan to the LZ (Landing Zone) as you played the role of Lieutenant Price and defend urselves against an army of Russian Soldiers before your pickup arrive.
Must say, the claymore mines were of great help. Though in the end, like an angry mob, they provided a surface level defense against the enemy while you had to take out the rest that came into your defensive position. It was probably one of the most hardest missions.
NVGs. There always seem ubiquitous to special operation units.
Looking at this pic, it brings me back and raises some issues of when and what version of Modern Warfare 2 I should buy. I am still contemplating whether to buy the PS3 Collector's edition Version of Modern Warfare 2 (especially for the NVG :p) and screw having to play on the laptop which is pretty much how I play all FPS games.
Hmm, but then again, using the mouse as the control for shooting and aiming will always beat the controller. No offense to die hard console players, but even with the slight auto aim function, PC Gamers still dominate the FPS world unless the PS 3 gets a dedicated Mouse and Keyboard.
Zoom Up shot on the claymore. (Seeing him using a red cord, I am going to assume that he will be using the trip-wire mechanism for detonating the claymore.)
And speaking of detonations, what would in your opinion is the most coolest explosive device used by anyone, be it from real Special Forces to people in the movies?
Write in the comment section. And See yer Next Week!