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Here is a new figure from SAFARI Ltd this year, a so rare bobcat...

The bobcat is the smallest of the four extant species of lynx. It ranges from southern Canada to northern Mexico, including most of the continental United States. The bobcat is an adaptable predator that inhabits wooded areas, as well as semi-desert, urban edge, forest edges, and swampland environments. It persists in much of its original range and populations are healthy.
With a gray to brown coat, whiskered face, and black-tufted ears, the bobcat resembles the other species of the mid-sized Lynx genus. It is smaller than the Canada lynx, with which it shares parts of its range, but is about twice as large as the domestic cat. It has distinctive black bars on its forelegs and a black-tipped, stubby tail, from which it derives its name.
The bobcat is believed to have evolved from the Eurasian lynx, which crossed into North America by way of the Bering land bridge during the Pleistocene, with progenitors arriving as early as 2.6 ma. The first wave moved into the southern portion of North America, which was soon cut off from the north by glaciers. This population evolved into modern bobcats around 20,000 years ago. A second population arrived from Asia and settled in the north, developing into the modern Canada Lynx.
The adult male bobcat is 71 to 100 cm long, averaging 89 cm with a stubby 10 to 18 cm tail, which has a "bobbed" appearance and gives the species its name. An adult stands about 51 to 61 cm at the shoulders.

It means the SAFARI LTD Bobcat is a 1:12 scale model.

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With the PAPO Eurasian lynx and the PLAYVISIONS bobcat... Sorry I still don't want to buy the SCHLEICH lynx  Wink
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Thankyou for the great photoes, Christophe flower

It is fun to see them together Very Happy



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A nice bobcat!!!! Very Happy Very Happy
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Thanks for the description and pictures! This cat is in my wish list for a long time! Not excelent but very interesting!
Ah, I have the Schleich Eurooasian and not the Papo! Is true that the Schleich looks like a cute regular cat but the Papo is very bad balanced, it looks they sculpted some elements separately (some caricatural)! cat
Back again to the Safari, my congratulations to the brand making an unusual species! cheers
Also congrats for your new addition and fantastic topic! cheers monkey
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Congrats Chris! It seen like look better than Schleich lynx. This Bob Cat look with pride Laughing Laughing

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Thank you all for your nice comments, I always think about you when I take my pics. Very Happy

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Thanks for the description and pictures! This cat is in my wish list for a long time! Not excelent but very interesting!
Ah, I have the Schleich Eurooasian and not the Papo! Is true that the Schleich looks like a cute regular cat but the Papo is very bad balanced, it looks they sculpted some elements separately (some caricatural)! cat
Back again to the Safari, my congratulations to the brand making an unusual species! cheers
Also congrats for your new addition and fantastic topic! cheers monkey

You are right my Croc alien

Not the "Masterpiece" but an excellent and rare bobcat. I think the sculpting is very fine and ii would be far better with another painting. But ok, those are toys and we can't expect to see the same level of painting than on Ana, Harriet, Ralf................... models. But the painting could be a little better Wink
Each time I have a new SAFARI Ltd, I'm really amazing by the quality level of the sculpting. Not too childish and cute, that's my personnal taste cheers

I don't know why but it seems lynx are very uneasy to sculpt. It's true the SCHLEICH is better sculpted than the PAPO but when I look at it, I can't think it's a lynx, it's only a cat who wants to be a lynx. The PAPO is not a great sculpt, many many flaws, but it let me think more about a lynx, the way he walks... Thats' why he will stay with me. cat monkey

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Congrats Christophe and thank you for the excellent walk around cheers cheers
I agree it's a very nice sculpt, but purple spots? Suspect I think I can see what they were trying to achieve, but they should have done a better paint job to live up to the great sculpting. bounce

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Congrats Christophe and thank you for the excellent walk around cheers cheers
I agree it's a very nice sculpt, but purple spots? Suspect I think I can see what they were trying to achieve, but they should have done a better paint job to live up to the great sculpting. bounce

I'm affraid they are less purple in real life Wink

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What's up with the "nose" job? Were they a bit intoxicated when they painted it?
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I think the body looks okey, but why oh why is it so hard to make the face look good Evil or Very Mad

First papo and now safari, their faces look awfull! If they can make other cats look great, why not the lynxes/bobcats????

I can agree that the schleich lynx is not the best eather, but compared to papo and safari, I accually think schleich made the best one Evil or Very Mad

And I agree with baltimore, whats up with the nose Suspect It looks as if someone punched it and made it grow doubble in size What a Face
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'Bozo" the lynx...
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this is a lynx, look now, papo and safari

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It's so simple, Papo and Safari, just make a figure of Arrakai's lynx photo!
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this is a lynx, look now, papo and safari

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Yes this is a lynx... Very Happy

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The Papo lynx is more educational, the typical lynx are featured in the figure but the general result is poor, Schleich neglected some of the typical lynx characteristics and the result is 2 poor figures! Schleich is better balanced as I told before, not more educative! The Safari is a bobcat not an European lynx and they are different enought to not be compared directly!
Lynxes are harder to make because they have very complex paterns, proportions and some elements hard to do in such a small figure! Beards, tufts and even eyes, fur, etc. Big cats are easier but are much more replicated and we see that in many brands older lions are really poorly sculpted! cat
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...Well, Christophe I think Schleich,s lynx is better? No? This bobcat maybe (on my opinion) has some problems with the muzzle... scratch

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I don't say the SAFARI ltd Bobcat is perfect, I can see the muzzle is a big flaw... But I think it is more a bad painting problem than a sculpting one.

I don't say the SCHLEICH Eurasian lynx is awful. Each time I go in a shop, I look at it, at least to understand why I don't want to have it. It doesn't look like a lynx for me but why ? I'm still searching.

All what I say is : despite the big flaws, the SAFARI ltd bobcat let me think more about a lynx than the SCHLEICH .

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Ah, much more I see the different lynxes more I think that we need a nice lynx! Even the Playvisions, with the longer body and rised back, that are two nice points, has a toyish face! I continue saying that the Papo looks clearly a lynx, sculptors have read the characteristics of the species but were not talented enough to show them in correct proportions! The Schleich looks a regular cat with a short tail, dots are deeply marked remembering other species, the head is large, nose also wrong, neck very strange and for furry figure it looks much more it is fat than furry or muscular. Also the walking style makes me think more in a regular cat! Almost no tufts and not nicely sculpted beards! Lynxes are fantastic animals, maybe in larger scales it is possible to make a more detailed figure! Is one of the species missing a excelent replica. cat
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I don't say the SAFARI ltd Bobcat is perfect, I can see the muzzle is a big flaw... But I think it is more a bad painting problem than a sculpting one.

I don't say the SCHLEICH Eurasian lynx is awful. Each time I go in a shop, I look at it, at least to understand why I don't want to have it. It doesn't look like a lynx for me but why ? I'm still searching.

All what I say is : despite the big flaws, the SAFARI ltd bobcat let me think more about a lynx than the SCHLEICH .


...Thank Christiphe. I think that Schleich eurasian lynx not perfect too. There is something... maybe too long body, and maybe paiting... scratch
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Generally I love his sculpt, he's much better than Schleich lynx. About the face - except for a nose, it's a matter of bad paintjob. But the nose... No
I'm going to buy him anyway, he just needs a little nose-job (and a repaint, of course) and then he should be all pretty Wink

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Thanks for the great walkabout my friend!
I think, it is the best lynx at the moment.
Schleich is always to cute, as normal for them, the Papo is really off with his strange proportions.
So congrats on you new bobcat! cheers

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Yes the nose,
same problem that ruined the Safari Jaguar,....
But what about the AAA Lynx?
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It's very interesting to hear everyone's comments on the different figures, especially of the species i don't collect.
it seems that because i don't collect them, i don't have to decide if i like it well enough to get it, so i look at them quite differently than i look at sheep figures. it's like i'm more free when i look at them. i learn much listening to you all.
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I want to add my few cts here on the lynxes, as Christophe likes to say...
The bobcat is not a bad model at all, but almost every model ha some, isn't it...
i like the Schleich lynx to, to be honest, i saw worser models, and even would buy them...
Here are my lynxes to compare:

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ooo! Willy, i really like the Starlux Eurasian Lynx and the K&M Bobcat!

Playvisions Bobcat looks decidedly unhappy about a startling turn of events and what on earth has the Schleich/Safari Ltd Authentics Eurasian lynx seen that he's making that FACE?!?!?! affraid

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Thanks for the great walkabout my friend!
I think, it is the best lynx at the moment.
Schleich is always to cute, as normal for them, the Papo is really off with his strange proportions.
So congrats on you new bobcat! cheers

cheers Very Happy Wink

Christopher thank you for the pictures of comparisons!
I find the sculpture pleasing despite the flaw of paint .... and I think I get it bounce cat
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Willy thanks for adding some pictures of more lynxes previously released.
Do you have the catalogue of the Hausser Elastolin with the lynx? Are you sure it is an Iberian??? About the Schleich I know that you know that it is not also an Iberian but I understand why you call him in that way! With such a cute face and large head we can also call it a regular cat! cat Wink
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That's a Bobcat! cheers An awesome figure plus astounding photos equals a masterpiece. Congrats and thanks for the wonderful photos, Christophe. You have made my eyes locked on this Bobcat! cheers
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Wow just wow, every company that makes a lynx figurine fails miserably, even with tons of pictures available for every species of lynx, they always manage to fail at getting the proportions, head shape and color right. Even Papo that has produced the most accurate big cat figurines failed on their attempt.
Just look at the face of this bobcat, looks like a diseased/injured animal. What a shame, the catalog pic looked promising, but the final product is awful.
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Wow just wow, every company that makes a lynx figurine fails miserably, even with tons of pictures available for every species of lynx, they always manage to fail at getting the proportions, head shape and color right. Even Papo that has produced the most accurate big cat figurines failed on their attempt.
Just look at the face of this bobcat, looks like a diseased/injured animal. What a shame, the catalog pic looked promising, but the final product is awful.

My own view is that the Mojo lynx is by far the strongest, and that includes comparing it to the recently released CollectA.

The worst, however, is the Papo. I can't even buy it for the sake of collecting. It is just a bizarre model. The Safari bobcat, by contrast, I quite like; even though you are exactly right that the face (and nose especially) are very unfortunate. It really is a mystery why, other than the Mojo, companies do not seem to be able to sculpt an impressive Lynx/Bobcat. Very strange.

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I like it
CONGRATS cheers cheers cheers
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Wow just wow, every company that makes a lynx figurine fails miserably, even with tons of pictures available for every species of lynx, they always manage to fail at getting the proportions, head shape and color right. Even Papo that has produced the most accurate big cat figurines failed on their attempt.
Just look at the face of this bobcat, looks like a diseased/injured animal. What a shame, the catalog pic looked promising, but the final product is awful.

My own view is that the Mojo lynx is by far the strongest, and that includes comparing it to the recently released CollectA.

The worst, however, is the Papo. I can't even buy it for the sake of collecting. It is just a bizarre model. The Safari bobcat, by contrast, I quite like; even though you are exactly right that the face (and nose especially) are very unfortunate. It really is a mystery why, other than the Mojo, companies do not seem to be able to sculpt an impressive Lynx/Bobcat. Very strange.


I agree with you, the Mojo lynx is by far the best of the bunch, just that it looks more like a Bobcat than a Iberian Lynx.
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I agree with you, the Mojo lynx is by far the best of the bunch, just that it looks more like a Bobcat than a Iberian Lynx.

That's interesting Defteros. (I don't know enough about the differences to have noticed that.)

In thinking about bad lynxes (and bobcats), I totally forgot about one that (I think) is even worse than the Papo, the Bullyland. Maybe I got a bad model, but here is a picture of mine. I really agree with you that it is very strange why all these companies have had such a hard time with the lynx in particular!

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It's so awful that I am actually a bit attached to it.

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Wow just wow, every company that makes a lynx figurine fails miserably, even with tons of pictures available for every species of lynx, they always manage to fail at getting the proportions, head shape and color right. Even Papo that has produced the most accurate big cat figurines failed on their attempt.
Just look at the face of this bobcat, looks like a diseased/injured animal. What a shame, the catalog pic looked promising, but the final product is awful.

My own view is that the Mojo lynx is by far the strongest, and that includes comparing it to the recently released CollectA.

The worst, however, is the Papo. I can't even buy it for the sake of collecting. It is just a bizarre model. The Safari bobcat, by contrast, I quite like; even though you are exactly right that the face (and nose especially) are very unfortunate. It really is a mystery why, other than the Mojo, companies do not seem to be able to sculpt an impressive Lynx/Bobcat. Very strange.


I agree with you, the Mojo lynx is by far the best of the bunch, just that it looks more like a Bobcat than a Iberian Lynx.

Really? You are surely also used with bobcats, take a look although pics are small! Laughing
Let me only tell you that the Mojo Iberian lynx looks more like a bobcat than Safari's, but that's another thought. Idea

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Very Happy Very Happy I'll do that Roger. I really am very attached to my Bullyland lynx. He is just crazy-looking. cyclops
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Very Happy Very Happy I'll do that Roger. I really am very attached to my Bullyland lynx. He is just crazy-looking. cyclops

I love myself very much my PAPO lynx I love you ... So everything can happened Laughing

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Very Happy Very Happy I'll do that Roger. I really am very attached to my Bullyland lynx. He is just crazy-looking. cyclops

I love myself very much my PAPO lynx I love you ... So everything can happened Laughing

I will return to the Papo and look at it through new eyes. I wouldn't be surprised at all if I discovered one day that I liked it. (It does feel like a hole in my collection.)

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Wow just wow, every company that makes a lynx figurine fails miserably, even with tons of pictures available for every species of lynx, they always manage to fail at getting the proportions, head shape and color right. Even Papo that has produced the most accurate big cat figurines failed on their attempt.
Just look at the face of this bobcat, looks like a diseased/injured animal. What a shame, the catalog pic looked promising, but the final product is awful.

My own view is that the Mojo lynx is by far the strongest, and that includes comparing it to the recently released CollectA.

The worst, however, is the Papo. I can't even buy it for the sake of collecting. It is just a bizarre model. The Safari bobcat, by contrast, I quite like; even though you are exactly right that the face (and nose especially) are very unfortunate. It really is a mystery why, other than the Mojo, companies do not seem to be able to sculpt an impressive Lynx/Bobcat. Very strange.


I agree with you, the Mojo lynx is by far the best of the bunch, just that it looks more like a Bobcat than a Iberian Lynx.

Really? You are surely also used with bobcats, take a look although pics are small! Laughing
Let me only tell you that the Mojo Iberian lynx looks more like a bobcat than Safari's, but that's another thought. Idea

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Glad you put pictures to illustrate my point better and compare them:
1.- The ruff of iberian lynx is the largest among lynxes, the ruff in the figure both in size and shape is more like that of a bobcat.
2.- The ear tufts in iberian lynx are also long, the figure lacks ear tufts, so is more similar to the small ear tufts of bobcats.
3.- The color of the figure is more similar to the color of some varieties of bobcat; iberian lynx is predominantly greyish
4.- The markings in the figure are just small spots, more like those of a bobcat, while the iberian lynx not only has spots but small stripes too.
5.- Look at both animals profiles, the muzzle of iberian lynx is more rounded than the figure
6.- And finally, look at the gait in both real animals pics and compare them with the figure gait...notice something funny?
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Glad you put pictures to illustrate my point better and compare them:
1.- The ruff of iberian lynx is the largest among lynxes, the ruff in the figure both in size and shape is more like that of a bobcat.
2.- The ear tufts in iberian lynx are also long, the figure lacks ear tufts, so is more similar to the small ear tufts of bobcats.
3.- The color of the figure is more similar to the color of some varieties of bobcat; iberian lynx is predominantly greyish
4.- The markings in the figure are just small spots, more like those of a bobcat, while the iberian lynx not only has spots but small stripes too.
5.- Look at both animals profiles, the muzzle of iberian lynx is more rounded than the figure
6.- And finally, look at the gait in both real animals pics and compare them with the figure gait...notice something funny?

Holy chameleon  affraid  we need to make a new one !  Laughing  Wink


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It seems Iberian lynxes are able to amble along  Wink

About the coat, I agree something like the pic below would be splendid, maybe a variation for Susanne one day  Very Happy

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Scott, look at your lynx with Bullyland eyes and you'll find it nice! cat Very Happy

Oh yes, this. Every single Bullyland I've seen has been... well, bad. Like zombie apocalypse bad. *shudders*
I'm also very glad to see the Safari's standing still - I've said this before, but there really are too many walking lynxes in almost the same pose. Nice if you want to make a "woodland conga line" diorama, but a little boring.
(I know generalized poses=versatility and 4 point stance = stability, but...)

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Just look at the face of this bobcat, looks like a diseased/injured animal. What a shame, the catalog pic looked promising, but the final product is awful.

My own view is that the Mojo lynx is by far the strongest, and that includes comparing it to the recently released CollectA.

The worst, however, is the Papo. I can't even buy it for the sake of collecting. It is just a bizarre model. The Safari bobcat, by contrast, I quite like; even though you are exactly right that the face (and nose especially) are very unfortunate. It really is a mystery why, other than the Mojo, companies do not seem to be able to sculpt an impressive Lynx/Bobcat. Very strange.


I agree with you, the Mojo lynx is by far the best of the bunch, just that it looks more like a Bobcat than a Iberian Lynx.

Really? You are surely also used with bobcats, take a look although pics are small! Laughing
Let me only tell you that the Mojo Iberian lynx looks more like a bobcat than Safari's, but that's another thought. Idea

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Glad you put pictures to illustrate my point better and compare them:
1.- The ruff of iberian lynx is the largest among lynxes, the ruff in the figure both in size and shape is more like that of a bobcat.
2.- The ear tufts in iberian lynx are also long, the figure lacks ear tufts, so is more similar to the small ear tufts of bobcats.
3.- The color of the figure is more similar to the color of some varieties of bobcat; iberian lynx is predominantly greyish
4.- The markings in the figure are just small spots, more like those of a bobcat, while the iberian lynx not only has spots but small stripes too.
5.- Look at both animals profiles, the muzzle of iberian lynx is more rounded than the figure
6.- And finally, look at the gait in both real animals pics and compare them with the figure gait...notice something funny?

Very interesting of reading, Defteros! I agree with you in some points and it is a pleasure when someone shows everything with such objectivity!
I agree with you when you say that Mojo lynx is by far the best!

1. The ruff is indeed a little short for a large male Iberian lynx, anyway not small at all and maybe a little large for a bobcat. The shape is somewhat between what is usual in both species. But, they are black painted in sideburns configuration what is typical from Iberian lynxes and completly different from the markings of a bobcat.

2. I agree completly. No doubt that it is an important characteristics of the creature and that's a shame that Mojo, like other brands, had troubles to feature the tufts correctly. But you know surely that with safety rules is not possible to introduce these minimal details in such tiny mass produced figures.

3. Iberian lynxes are not predominantly greyish, many are yellowish and also a little reddish, The spots are more random placed than it looks, sometimes you can see some strips that are fused spots but many times they hardly appear, also there are to main kind of patterns, the one from Doñana population with very large spots heavily marked and another with several small spots.
Bobcats present more variation in color, sometimes mixing them, remember that there are several subspecies of bobcats and much more specimens in the wild.
Strips or barred parts are indeed characteristics of bobcats, mainly in legs and it is very obvious in Mexican bobcats.

5. Again I agree with you although it doesn't represent a difference between species. That's Mojo own design! Laughing

6. That's another interesting point. I enjoy the remark, although Christophe already replied here?

Let me only introduce another point, bobcats have bobbed tails like Iberian lynxes, although the former present barred parts in the tails, only the tip is really black and some white below. You can see perfectly that the tail of the figure, although simplified, is clearly of an IBerian lynx and doesn't show the characteristics of the American species. study
My conclusion is clear that it represents very nicely an IBerian lynx. I'm tempted to say that I don't know a better lynx figure even in vintage brands. The lack of tufts makes us think in a bobcat but not much more than it. Also both species are really similar and I hope someone repaint a Mojo lynx in a bobcat! cheers Very Happy cat Idea

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That would be nice Very Happy I agree the paintwork isn't great but they do have to simplify paintwork don't they.

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Oh yes, this. Every single Bullyland I've seen has been... well, bad. Like zombie apocalypse bad. *shudders*

Laughing Laughing Ha!

Sumo, I have to ask, did you mean every Bullyland Lynx you've seen has been bad? or every Bullyland model, full stop? Just curious. Very Happy



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