Bruce Willis, man of action. He played Lieutenant AK Waters of the US Navy SEAL (i like how they coined his name) sent to rescue Monica Bellucci (va-va-vroom!!). This figure by Action Trend was released in 2003 when the movie came out. It featured the customised left-thigh drop-down holster coz Bruce is left-handed. Like I mentioned before, the "go-to" guy for action movies.
Close-up of Bruce
This is the reason why I'm into 1/6 scale figures - the articulation. They can hold so many poses and look so realistic doing it, not to mention the detailed 1/6 items, from uniforms to weapons and accessories. These figures actually have to put on the uniform and deck themselves out in full gear before they can report for work, not like the other 12-inch plastic figures produced by Marvel/Neca/McFarlane that are made entirely of plastic (everything is plastic-moulded and not removable nor customiseable). I can understand when they make completely plastic figures for figures less than 8 inches coz can you imagine handling items at that scale? But why make 12-inch figures completely out of plastic when the technology is available to accessorise them at this scale. Then there are the exorbitantly priced statues that hold one pose and stay frozen that way forever - nice to look at but they can't do anything else.