UNSC Woodland Gungoose
  • UNSC Woodland Gungoose
  • UNSC Woodland Gungoose
  • UNSC Woodland Gungoose
  • UNSC Woodland Gungoose
  • UNSC Woodland Gungoose
  • UNSC Woodland Gungoose
  • UNSC Woodland Gungoose

UNSC Woodland Gungoose


Roll out for recon in the outlands with a camo Gungoose!

Scout a path through dense forest and tackle any terrain when you take the wheel with this buildable Woodland Gungoose! Featuring authentic woodland camo finish and treaded rubber wheels, this swift and sturdy ATV is ready for recon when you sit a Spartan in PATHFINDER armor in the driver’s seat and head out on patrol. Suit up, then take aim with the included SMG weapon!

Ideal for ages 8 and up


  • Buildable woodland camo Gungoose vehicle with treaded rubber wheels
  • Highly detailed, super-poseable Spartan micro action figure
  • Figure comes with detachable PATHFINDER armor and SMG weapon accessory
  • Collect and combine with other Halo construction sets by Mega Construx™
  • Build your Halo universe, and build beyond!

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10 Reviews

  • Rebelkid06

    love the character and vehicle, but the steering block keeps falling off. other from that is an amazing set.

  • Dat_Spartan055

    Love it goes great with my Camo troops I love I give it 5 Stars

  • Redtrooper117

    It is a nice looking normal gungoose, just a small little vehicle. I do like the figure though and the fact the gungoose can hold a couple of weapons. My problems are that the figures left leg falls off easily and the back tires move sometimes keep it from moving.

  • Keilvethe

    This gungoose set is rather nifty small set, with a fast but pretty involved build, making very good use of the very small amount of pieces. So you end up with a very small but very detailed vehicle, more accurate to the original in-game model then previous attempts. The Pathfinder Spartan figure is also very good, with a good amount of small, molded details, and a female figure that makes the armor detail stand out even more. Some other users have had a problem where one of the rear wheels doesn't quite reach the ground on a flat surface, but my particular copy of this set des not have such problem. The only problem I have with the set is the price: 15 dollars is just too much to ask for such a small set, even if seen as a collector's item. However, if you can find it for 10 bucks or less, it do highy recommend it.

  • Valskjold

    Small, but intricate. This goose came together nicely; my favorite details are how there are tiny little shocks for the front wheels, and how the inlets for the front wedge pieces actually make out to be headlights. Anyways, the tiny scale of this is impressive, and one can fit a passenger in the Halo 5 facing-backwards position well enough...however, the figures aren't the most well secured to the vehicle, and it somewhat makes play an ordeal. Also, one of the rear wheels slightly don't make contact with the ground; However, the slightest pressure will have it make contact, and thus all four wheels will roll along. All in all, a lovely set. The Spartan included, being red, means my Fireteam Stingray just got a new addition!