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CombatBrick August 14 Wave

CombatBrick August 14 Wave

The August 14 Wave by CombatBrick sees the arrival of headgear available in 3 colours; Black, Dark Tan and Military Green. They are compatible with all LEGO minifigures using high quality injection molded ABS plastic.

The 8 new pieces are MW Boonie Hat, WWII Officer Visor Cap, WWII German Soldier Helmet Stahlhelm, MW Advanced Combat Helmet, WWII US Army M1 Steel Pot Helmet, MW Beret, WWII Side Cap and MW SpecOps Ballistic Helmet.

CombatBrick Head Gear

Two different Night Vision Goggles are available and thay are the NVG-18 and NVG-23. These fit the the MW SpecOps Ballistic Helmet and MW Advanced Combat Helmets.

They have also released two ammo boxes, and the large one comes in 3 pieces. Finally, a Bipod and excellent Tactical Shield complete the release.

This new wave by CombatBrick is available at now.

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Juggernaut Armour Custom Minifigures

Juggernaut Armour Custom Minifigures

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These Juggernaut Armour Custom Minifigures are a great example what you can do with the Juggernaut Body Armor by CombatBrick. The blast suit is a heavy suit of body armour designed to withstand the pressure released from a bomb and any projectiles the bomb may produce. They are available in three colours Black, Military Green and Dark Tan.

These excellent minifigures also feature legs and heads by eclipseGrafx and matching helmets. Rach one if carrying a weapon and they are the LSAT Experimental Lightweight Machine Gun and Modern Warfare SMG-45.

Check out the full range by CombatBrick at now.

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CombatBrick Body Armor and Gear

CombatBrick Body Armor and Gear in Military Green

Well know for their high quality injection molded ABS plastic guns which are compatible with all LEGO minifigures CombatBrick have just released a new range of body armor and gear so your minifigs are ready for action.

Wave 1 consists of an 8 piece collection available in Black, Military Green and Dark Tan. They are Juggernaut Body Armor, Plate Carrier Body Armor, Vest With Mags and Camelbak Hydration Pack, Special Forces Plate Carrier Vest, Reversable Vest with PMags, Tactical Vest, Tactical Belt With Holster and Tactical Backpack.

The detailing is excellent on all these pieces and it is great that they are expending their range of products.

Check out the full range by CombatBrick at now.

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CombatBrick Weapons

We are pleased to announce that CombatBrick have just started their own line of injection molded guns. Be sure to read our exclusive interview with Alex, the founder.

They are designed using leading CAD software and manufactured using injection molding industry standards. They are designed to be compatible with leading brands of brick toys.

There are currently 24 different pieces divided into USSR, USA, WWII, and Modern Warfare. Here are some of our favourites:

The CombatBrick M16A2 With M203 Grenade Launcher is part of the M4 carbine family of firearms tracing its lineage back to earlier carbine versions of the M16 rifle, all based on the original AR-15 rifle designed by Eugene Stoner The M4 is a shorter and lighter variant of the M16A2 assault rifle.

The CombatBrick SVD Dragunov Sniper Rifle was designed as a squad support weapon, since according to Soviet and Soviet-derived military doctrines the long-range engagement ability was lost to ordinary troops when submachine guns and assault rifles were adopted.

The CombatBrick RPG-7 Russian Rocket Propelled Grenade is a Soviet portable, unguided, shoulder-launched, anti-tank rocket-propelled grenade launcher. The RPG-7 was first delivered to the Soviet Army in 1961 and deployed at a squad level.

These are all 100% compatible and made to the highest standards.

See the full collection of guns by CombatBrick now.

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CombatBrick Interview

CombatBrick offer a variety of Army builder model kits, custom LEGO minifigures and toy guns. They have an online store dedicated to custom LEGO Military creations. We decided to catch up with Alex to find out how his year had been and see what his plans for this year are. Alex runs the business by himself along with a demanding full time job and a family. So all his work is done in those few, “free” precious hours.

How was 2012 for CombatBrick, and what were your highlights?

2012 was the most exciting year for me, since it was the first year I introduced my custom, injection molded guns to the community. But it took all 2011 to prepare for it: learning about injection molding, computer aided design (CAD), LEGO, LEGO fan community etc. And finally receiving the first box from my manufacturer with pre-production run of my toy guns was a defining moment.

Combat Brick SMG-45 Sub-Machine Gun

What were your favourite pieces you released in 2012?

One of my most favorite guns is SMG-45 Sub-Machine Gun, just a very cool, futuristic looking gun. And I am very proud of bringing to LEGO life the WWII Japanese Type-99 machine gun. It might not be the hot-selling item but it just looked like a fine piece of engineering that I wanted to.

Combat Brick Japanese WWII Type 99 Machine Gun

What can we expect to see from CombatBrick this year, any sneak previews?

I am right in the middle of releasing a new, 3rd batch of my custom guns. It’s a themed release: Sniper Rifle. I am about to announce that it will feature an infamous British Sniper Rifle.

Combat Brick Long Range Precision Lord Rifle

I would like to have 6 releases this year if I could. And also diversify my offerings. Besides guns I would like to offer other LEGO compatible toy items – all Military themed of course. I am working with a couple well known Military builders to bring to life a set of various pieces for MOC/diorama builders, not guns but rather supporting pieces. It has proven to be a lot of fun to work on a crowd-sourced project.

We wish Alex all the best for the future and you can visit his site at or the CombatBrick UK reseller.

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