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This definitely isn’t a sixth scale toy figure of Arthur Morgan from Red Dead Redemption 2

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Update: LIM Toys have contacted us and informed us that the figure will no longer be available. Any pre-orders via other third-party sites, won’t see the figure delivered to your door.

Nope! Instead, what you see here is a sixth scale figure of “The Gunslinger” from LIM Toys. The fact that this toy just so happens to be pretty much identical to the protagonist of the best-selling Rockstar Games sequel to their popular western sandbox, is coincidental at best. Cleary. As for Martha Gorgonzola here, LIM Toys is offering plenty of extras to go along with the cowboy.  Which just so happens to include some alternate heads that’ll help disguise him when a posse of copyright cowboys start hunting for him:


  • 1 x Head sculpt without beard
  • 1 x Head sculpt with long beard
  • 3 x Magnetic interchangeable hair piece
  • 8 x Normal hand
  • 4 x Glove hand
  • 1 x 1/6 body
  • 1 x Hat
  • 2 x Revolver
  • 2 x Shot gun
  • 1 x Rifle
  • 1 x Flower
  • 1 x Knife
  • 1 x Throwing knife
  • 1 x Diary
  • 1 x Potion
  • 1 x Deputy sheriff badge
  • 1 x watch
  • 1 x Led light up lamp
  • 1 x Coffee tin
  • 1 x Cup
  • 1 x Camp gear
  • 1 x Charcoal pile
  • 1 x Red dynamite
  • 2 x Yellow dynamite
  • 1 x Fire bottle
  • 1 x Bow
  • 1 x Arrow
  • 1 x Rope
  • 1 x Pair of boots
  • 2 x Removeable spur
  • 1 x Satchel
  • 1 x 3D terrain base


  • 1 x Winter coat
  • 1 x Yellow jacket
  • 1 x Blue tripe shirt
  • 1 x Pants
  • 1 x Scarf
  • 1 x Mask
  • 1 x Holster
  • 1 x Sub-Holster
  • 1 x Knife pouch
  • 1 x Belt
  • 1 x Ammo belt

Jokes aside, I find toys like this fascinating. It’s fascinating to see how much these toy developers can get away with before they get slapped with a cease and desist order. On the other hand, these aren’t just figures that are taking advantage of a gap in the market that the parent company seems to be blissfully unaware of. They’re damn good figures, boasting outstanding sculpt jobs and a silly amount of accessories with which to tempt fans to drop some dollars on the product.

It’s a tricky situation when you think about it. Illegal, probably. Brilliantly produced, undoubtedly so. With a price point of $185 as well, that’s some properly good value for the money, which makes for a very grey area to dip your toes into.

Last Updated: August 20, 2019

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