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Highlands Company - Pimm Industries
Pimm Industries' Highlands Company - 341 strong.
About this creation
This is Pimm Industries’ Highlands division, which is commanded by Colonel Rock.

The company consists of (from left to right – 341 total):
21 – Cold weather troops
46 – Forrest troops
61 – Desert troops
15 – Technicians
28 – Roughnecks (all purpose bad-a$$es)
14 - Pilots
25 – Tank/vehicle drivers
30 – Covert Ops
5 – Demolitions (The Sappers)
4 – Heavy weapons
10 – Snipers
10 – Sniper support
12 – Rocket launcher
10 – Rocket launcher support
28 – Regulars
10 – Military guard
6 – Civilian guard
2 – Personal physicians to Dr. Pimm
1 – Colonel Rock
1 – Major Smythe
1 – Major Durhamsie
1 – Dr. Pimm

Weapons:
M104 – 10mm magnum pulse rifle with pump 40mm grenade launcher (Rounds 50/3)
M2050 – .50cal pistol (based on the 1911), 10-rounds
BST6 (The Beast) – .666cal magnum 6-shot revolver
M12-8 – 12-guage, 8-shot, shotgun. Can use a variety of rounds (e.g. slugs, buck, explosive…)
M12-6sa – 12-guage, 6-shot, semi-auto shotgun
RL-1 – Laser guided rocket launcher
M150 – .50cal BMG, semi-auto sniper rifle; 5-rounds
NDL8 – “The Needler”; fires a 2mm caseless round at 3000 r/s. Quiet & short range. 50-rounds
M29 - .50cal pistol, suppressed, 12-rounds
KTN2 – Vibro-sword, modeled after the katana, 1-hour battery life – rechargeable
M20M – 20mm semiportable cannon, requires ‘hip-mounting’; 500-rounds
MLZ1 – semiportable energy weapon, shoots ‘bolts’ of plasma. Heavy/slow/hot/limited shots.
M8-8s – 8-guage, semi-auto, 10-shot, suppressed. Shoots a saboted explosive round
M31P – .30 Pimm Magnum, semi-auto, 15-shot rifle with muzzle brake.
MP8 – .50cal, smg, suppressible, 30-rounds
M1A1-50 – Rock’s custom one-of-a-kind smg. Based on the M1A1, .50cal, 30-shot, nickel plated.

all parts from Bricklink

(Shameless plug for a great seller):
I would like to thank Bricklord from Bricklord's T. Chest for the many great parts and minifigs I collected for this army.

AND

Will from Brickarms for the many great weapons I collected for this army.

www.leejones.ca



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   Colonel Rock - M1A1-50



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   Major Durhamsie - ex-covert ops. Still carries his KTN2 (vibrosword) and NDL8 despite Rock's best efforts to get Durhamsie to carry a real weapon.



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   Major Smythe - M2050



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   Dr. Pimm, his personal physicians and personal guard.



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   Covert ops. Work in teams of two (15 teams total) with one member using the suppressed M29 and the other the KTN2 (vibrosword) and NDL8 (needler). The sword's sheath is a modified (i.e. cut) black arrow quiver.



Comments

Lee Jones
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skyler jennings
  April 18, 2011
okey this isnt funny you have way to many figs.
  August 16, 2010
how much did this cost you? did you just get them from sets or did you buy the figures , if so where did you buy them from? please answer back
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  March 4, 2010
That is amazing! You have a gazillion minifigs...
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  March 28, 2009
hey love your work u gotta make more i need inspiration man how olds your son cuase he rocks so does your daughter are they my age 12
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  February 5, 2009
omg thats a lot of minifigs
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  January 10, 2009
wish i had tht many guns and ppl
Lee Jones
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Daniel Smith
  December 9, 2008
Oh my days. That is a lot of lego. Must have cost a fortune. Buggrit! now everyone is going to think I stole the design for those covert ops. troops from you.. I built exactly the same minifig a few weeks ago, and now I come here and there is an army of them. Oh well. :)
Lee Jones
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Daniel Smith
  December 9, 2008
Oh my days. That is a lot of lego. Must have cost a fortune. Buggrit! now everyone is going to think I stole the design for those covert ops. troops from you.. I built exactly the same minifig a few weeks ago, and now I come here and there is an army of them. Oh well. :)
Lee Jones
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Quinn Barbeau
  November 13, 2008
My god, that's a lot of minifigs and Brickarms. How much did you shell out for all this stuff? Oh and by the way, a company is 100 men. This right here would be a little less than half a battalion...
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  September 29, 2008
Highlands Company just doesn't seem to do it justice, Highlands Division is more like it! This is seriously awesome! Come check out my army (not much compared to yours, though!)
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  June 18, 2008
WHOA ... very, VERY Nice !!! ... awesome job on all the different combat groups, uniforms, and weapons ! And the staggering number of troops is a beautiful site indeed !!! ... i hope to have a Lego Army like that some day. : )
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  June 8, 2008
ah! can't look! must stop self from jelous feeling!!you are so lucky!I am too young to use bricklink.....*sniffle*
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  June 1, 2008
dang thats alot of desert troops..this squad must be based in a desert region!
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  May 4, 2008
Whoa, how much did that cost?
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  April 20, 2008
Hi Lee. "Highlands Company" is truly an impressive sight when on parade. Your descriptions are detailed, and I find that's what makes a good MOCpage. The fact that you've spotlighted some of your more personable 'figs is great and gives us a scope of the size and intricacies of your creations.
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  April 18, 2008
Where did you get all these lego people? Did you order them from somewhere? Plese tell us!
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  April 7, 2008
How much $$$ for 8 of the desert soldiers?
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  March 22, 2008
Whoa man thats a lot of minfigs and weapons. Lucky
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  March 21, 2008
More money than brains....some people have all the luck...Nice army though...
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  March 19, 2008
whoa, where pray tell did you get the guns for the covert ops? awesome!!!
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  March 14, 2008
i love all your creations, but i really want to know how you got allllllll of those guys! thats awesome!
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  March 8, 2008
Uhh.... Wow. very impressive. the CFP wishes to ally with Pimm mr.jones
Lee Jones
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Master Whills
  February 15, 2008
Add some decals on the coverts and it'll be perfect!!!
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  January 23, 2008
Good Lord man... Way too much $$$.................
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  January 5, 2008
Ah minifigs,I love minifigs :)
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  November 28, 2007
can we see the sheaths of the sword my freind is into naruto and that can be a great help for his ninja weapon collections.
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  November 16, 2007
I LOVE MINIFIGS AND IM SO JELOUS!!! GREAT JOB!
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  November 6, 2007
lol u must of have like stacks of lego, and i like it
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  October 23, 2007
THATS...REALLY...IMPRESSIVE... (Faint in 3 seconds)
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  October 8, 2007
quite a force, with quite the armaments. Very very very very very impressive. and a backup story to boot.
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  October 6, 2007
nicely done...the numbers of your force could be wiped out by..your spartans lol
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  September 24, 2007
whoa
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  September 15, 2007
SSSSOOOO CCCCOOOLLL!!!!!! WHERE YOU GOT THE COVERT OPS HEAD TELL ME PLEASE
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  September 1, 2007
I am jealous of those amazing guns! did you mold them yourself or where did you get them??
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  July 30, 2007
Ya, i'd say seeing a large army, especially how this guy has like thousands, is a little bit of a show off thing. But hey - i cant blame him - i show off any troops i can make, and making armies is cool so.. Lee, have you made any castles yet?
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  June 7, 2007
um, how do u get all those???
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  June 7, 2007
wow, do i envy your minifig collection!
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  June 4, 2007
This is very impresive, well done!
 
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