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I bought this bag of figures today and have no clue what they are, or why I bought them for that matter.

12 "Men figurines", each individually wrapped. Appears that they are all different.

Are they Lego? Something else?

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    They're not lego - a telltale sign is that lego minifigs don't have shoes as a separate piece. I cannot readily pinpoint the maker, though. Them being half green and half grey uniforms suggest they're part of some WW2 soldier pack. Sep 1 at 0:36
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    I've gone through uploads.brickset.com/docs/clonebrands_v1.8.pdf , but I cannot see any (known) clone brand with a legs+shoes assembly like in your photo. Identifying the exact clone brand might be hard. Sep 1 at 0:52
  • @IvanSanchez Another clear indication that they're not Lego is that they're modern era/WW2 soldiers, which is something that Lego refuses to produce toys of.
    – nick012000
    Sep 12 at 7:35
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These are from Wuhui ( or Wuhui mall)

  • WUHUI 12PCS SWAT Military Army WW2 Minifigures Toy Building Kit enter image description here

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